Spring Kitchen Decor Ideas – Clean and Scentsible

Add a beautiful spring touch to your kitchen with these simple spring kitchen decor ideas. Easy ways to brighten up your space without breaking the bank!

Pretty spring kitchen with Easter printable and bunny cookie jar.

Spring Kitchen Home Tours

Hello! It’s been a while since I’ve actually posted, but I’m excited to get going with some spring projects! Anyone else more than ready for spring? Today I’m joining Krista from The Happy Housie and 8 more blogging friends! for a spring kitchen home tour. We’ll all be sharing our spring kitchens with you along with lots of simple spring kitchen decor ideas to dress up your kitchen for the season. You can find all of the tours at the end of the post, so be sure to check them out!

White kitchen decorated for spring.

Spring Kitchen Decor Ideas

The kitchen is always one of my favorite places to switch up for the seasons. A few fun spring items definitely help to bring a little more joy to those mundane kitchen tasks. I find the kitchen the quickest and easiest place in our home to transform. Just a few simple touches here and there are all that’s needed to add that fresh spring feeling!

White kitchen decorated for spring and Easter.

I didn’t actually purchase anything new this year, but it’s always fun to just use what you have in different ways. You can see some of my previous spring kitchen home tours HERE and HERE to see how I incorporated the same decor principles in years past. Here are some of my favorite spring kitchen decor ideas…

White kitchen decorated for spring and Easter.

Choose a color scheme or theme.

I love having a neutral kitchen so I can change up my accent colors each season. While I don’t usually like to stick too closely to a specific theme, having a loose idea of the colors and feel you would like in the space is always helpful. This year, I wanted something a little more muted and fairly simple. The pastel mini-egg colors served as my room inspiration and gave me a good excuse to stock up on mini-eggs.

Simple Easter bunny bowl with mini eggs in a spring kitchen vignette.

Look for functional decor pieces.

Since kitchen counter space is prime real estate, look for items that are both cute and functional in a kitchen space. This helps to cut back on counter clutter while still providing that seasonal touch. Look for seasonal dish towels, salt and pepper shakers, cute bowls, or other useful kitchen items that give you those spring vibes.

Simple Easter vignette in a kitchen.

Cookie jars are a favorite item of mine to switch up for the seasons, as they’re a great storage space for smaller kitchen items when not in use for actual cookie storage. This sweet little bunny cookie jar can hold seasonal dish towels or cookie cutters, hide extra cleaning supplies or kitchen utensils, or store anything else you’d like to keep close by but out of sight.

Cute bunny cookie jar vignette in a spring kitchen

I also found this cute butter dish at HomeSense last year and he actually matched a couple of other bunny pieces that I had. I always love a good HomeSense find!

Bunny butter dish displayed on a cutting board.

Create a display with everyday items.

I always like to change around our sink display for the different seasons. It definitely makes washing dishes a little more enjoyable! Incorporate those everyday items that you use like dish soap, hand soap, or a scrub brush into a pretty seasonal vignette. I like to switch up the scents of our soaps too for a more spring-like feel.

Spring kitchen sink display with soap.

I used some faux branches for our display and then placed all of the dish washing items on a small ceramic tray.  A little white bunny and a couple of faux Easter eggs tie everything together with rest of our the spring kitchen decor.

Simple kitchen sink display with dish soap and hand soap.

Pop in a printable.

if you’ve been around here before, you know how much I love creating printable artwork for my seasonal decor. Printables are one of the quickest and most inexpensive ways to add in that spring touch. You can even store out of season prints right in the frame so they’re easy to switch out each season. Since I was going with a more subdued color scheme this year, I used this Hippity Hoppity Easter Bunny print that I used in our spring dining room last year. If you’re looking for other designs, you can find all of my Easter printables HERE and some spring designs HERE and HERE.

Hippity Hoppity free Easter printable displayed in a kitchen.

Add natural elements.

Spring is the season of new beginnings – plants and trees begin to grow again, new seedlings sprout, and the flowers start to bloom – so bring some of those touches indoors. Add some greenery, branches, or flowers to bring some life to your space. If it’s still early in the season or you can’t always have fresh flowers, there are lots of beautiful faux greenery and flower options on the market these days. These tulips from Urban Barn even have a real feel to them and can be shaped however you would like they’re almost identical to these tulips that I purchased for our tulip basket wreath

Bunny vase with faux tulips.

If you’re looking for easy to care for planter ideas, tropical plants are always my go-to, and can be arranged used in a pot on their own or combined into a cute spring planter like this tropical Easter planter that I made a couple of years ago.

Easter planter with tropical plants and Easter bunny.

Use trays to control the clutter.

Trays are perfect for minimizing the visual clutter and help to keep everything organized in one spot. While I don’t drink coffee, I do love a nice chai latte in the morning and a good smoothie bowl. This corner has everything I need along with a cute little display for the prettier items. The blender is right in the cabinet below and the mugs and smoothie bowl toppings are in the cupboard above so everything is right on hand.  You can find more free printable coffee bar labels like the chai label HERE if you’re looking to put together a coffee bar or beverage station of your own.

Small latte and smoothie station in a spring kitchen.

Dress up your table.

Don’t forget to give your kitchen table a little love! Swap out the table runner {or table cloth) and create a pretty spring centerpiece.

Spring centerpiece idea in a white kitchen.

If you have multiple items for your centerpiece, place them all on a tray for a more cohesive look. This also makes it a lot easier to remove and put back the centerpiece if you need to remove it. I grouped together my favorite bunny pitcher with some tulips, another vase with some greenery, and a cute little white bunny on this pretty cutting board for my display.

Simple Easter centerpiece with bunnies.

And there you have it! Our spring kitchen home tour is complete. 🙂

White kitchen decorated for spring and Easter.

Thanks so much for joining me today. I hope you enjoyed all of these spring kitchen decor ideas and feel inspired to add some spring touches to your own home. If you have any questions, just let me know!

White kitchen decorated for spring and Easter.

More Spring Kitchen Decor Ideas

Before you go, be sure to check out all of these other beautiful spring kitchens and decor tips! Just click on the links below the photos to tour around these gorgeous homes. Enjoy!

The Happy Housie / Tatertots and Jello / Grace in my Space

Craftberry Bush / Joanna Anastasia
Dans le Lakehouse / Clean and Scentsible

Deeply Southern Home / My Sweet Savannah / She Gave it a Go

More Spring Decor Ideas

For more spring decor ideas, check out these posts…

Pretty spring terrarium. This would be so easy to do! 10 minute spring decorating ideas.

Spring Terrarium

Wood hutch decorated for Easter with white dishes and Easter bunnies.

Easter Hutch Styling

Pretty tulip wreath in a willow basket with gold polka dot ribbon.

Spring Tulip Wreath Basket

Cottontail Farm free Easter printable.

Free Easter Printables Collection

Collage of kitchens decorated for spring.

Collage of simple kitchen decor ideas.

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Diane Garey

Diane Garey

I am a blogger, and I live in Germany, I study at a university in Munich, I love blogging, and I will present to you the most critical useful articles in your life.

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