Springtime in the Kitchen


It’s Springtime in the kitchen here today on the blog and I am excited to show you what I have been up to lately!I am so excited you are here for the Styled for Spring Home Tours hosted by the talented Jenna, from the Wife In Progress Blog! Today is day three of this week long blog hop full of some incredible Spring home tours and inspiration. So grab a yummy drink and find yourself a cozy spot and be prepared to be inspired! You can find each blogger’s link listed at the end of my post.

If you are here from Susan’s home tour over at Saw Nail and Paint, welcome! Isn’t Susan’s home just dreamy? I love all of her fresh flowers and Spring touches!

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Springtime in the Kitchen

Our Springtime Kitchen

 Springtime in Colorado and Me

Welcome! Come on in and take a peek at our kitchen all dressed up for Spring! If you are visiting here for the first time, my name is Kelly and I live in beautiful Colorado. I’m a wife, mom, step-mom and kindergarten teacher. I pride myself on being able to update and upgrade our builder grade house into a Pinterest worthy home all in my spare time and on a tight budget! But honestly, I’m just a hot mess mama who needs Jesus and coffee every morning! Can you relate?

The Island

I will let the pictures do most of the talking but our island is the hub of our home. My husband and I designed it a few years ago when we did a mini kitchen remodel. I love that it has a modern shiplap look and hidden storage.

The pendants are from IKEA and I recently painted them white with Rustoleum chalk paint in Linen. I love how they add the cottage feel I crave. It was a cheap and simple DIY that instantly brightened up our kitchen. A fun little makeover that didn’t break the bank! Can I get an AMEN?!

My little princess!

I saved my dried hydrangeas from last summer and filled my vintage dough bowl full of them! Don’t they still look amazing? If you are curious about the tricks I use for drying them you can click HERE!

Sources: bunnies (Target dollar bins) mini cake stand, medium jadeite cake stand, large jadeite cake stand, mini succulent, bar stools 

The Table

Our kitchen table was a freebie from a friend who was moving! It has so much character and comes in a close second in favorite pieces of furniture to my pews. Here I have it styled for an Easter brunch. My mom spotted these bunny plates at Home Goods for me and just like we thought, they pair perfectly with my growing jadeite collection.

If you visited my last year’s spring tour you may have noticed that these chairs look a little different! They are now white! They were originally outdoor metal chairs and this last week I painted them with the same paint as the pendants over our island, Rustoleum chalk paint in Linen.

If you follow me over on Instagram you were able to see the before and afters in my stories. (I post a lot more over on IG in case that’s your jam) You also might know that the joke around our house is that mom likes to paint everything white! Ha! I must say it’s true and they know me well. 🙂

When I went to the grocery store to look for flowers they had zero tulips. I was a bit disappointed but figured this babies breath was a lovely substitute for only $4! It will hold me over until my beloved peonies are back in season.

One thing you must know about me is that I am a flea market girl! I love the thrill of the hunt and finding a good deal and giving life to pieces from the past. On my last adventure I found this blue and white quilt for a steal! It has already been moved all over our house and I just love it!

Sources: pink chicks, carrot garland (similar to mine), blue and white quilt (vintage) ,green bunny plates (Home Goods), jadeite cups (vintage), hobnail glass jars, cabbage leaf placemats, beaded chandelier, blue and white napkins (Target dollar bins) , chairs , curtains

The Mug Rack

The final stop on my Springtime kitchen tour is this little corner that showcases my mug rack! It holds my lovely collection of Rae Dunn mugs. It currently features my Easter mugs.

The darling bunny runner is from the Target dollar bins last year. If you have followed me for awhile now you may remember I featured it last Spring on my Easter table along with my favorite Easter tradition.

Sources: mug rack, Rae Dunn mugs, , white cabinet, wall color Albaster by Sherwin Williams, back door Tricorn Black by Sherwin Williams

Thanks For Stopping By

Thank you for stopping by our kitchen today! Leave me a comment and let me know your favorite part! It makes my day when I hear from you. I hope you were able to find some inspiration!

Make sure to visit Melissa over at Brown Dog Vintage, she is up next on the Styled for Spring Home Tour! I know you will love her Spring dining room! Then make sure to visit the bloggers listed below and to come back by on Thursday and Friday for the remaining days of the tour! Happy Spring!




Monday Participants

Wife in Progress // Postcards From The Ridge

Sand Dollar Lane// Lovely Etc. // Noting Grace// Farmhouse For Five



Green With Decor // My Life From Home //Bisozozo

One Mile Home & Style // Create & Babble // My Thrift Store Addiction

Paint Yourself a Smile



Wednesday participants

Saw Nail and Paint // The Tattered Pew

Brown Dog Vintage // Red Cottage Chronicles // Savvy Apron



Aratari At Home // Home Made Lovely

Atta Girl Says // Inspiration for Moms // The Happy Housie // Farmhouse on Boone



Friday participants

A Blue Nest // Hashtag Blessed Blog

Bluesky at Home // The Frugal Homemaker // A Purdy Little House

Twelve on Main // Our Crafty Mom


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  1. Your spring kitchen is so lovely! As a jadeite collector myself, I really love your tablescape! Happy to be touring with you. Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction.

  2. So beautiful Kelly! I absolutely love the updates you’ve done to your kitchen, especially the lights. They turned out so pretty. And your tablescape for spring is so pretty; the colors are so happy. Well done my friend, I enjoyed it so much!!! xoxo

  3. Your kitchen is beautiful! I love all your spring decor but I really love your entire kitchen. You have a gift of styling and it shows in these beautiful photos! I have enjoyed visiting your blog on this tour.

  4. Kelly, your house is gorgeous and I’m in awe that your table was free!! Everything looks so springy and fun especially your table – those plates!! Beautiful home tour and I’m happy to be joining in.

    1. Thank you Melissa! I know usually free means it need some work…in this case no work needed. Just a loving home! Thanks for stopping by. I enjoyed touring with you!

  5. It would be hard to pick a favorite part of your tour Kelly. Everything is so pretty, and so springy! I really love your tablescape, and the centrepiece on your island is so pretty. You truly have a knack for beautiful styling!

  6. oh my word, Kelly! The table, the island, the jadite cups, the bunny plates, I absolutely love it all! So pretty and Springy!!

  7. Kelly – your kitchen is beautiful and how wise you are for saving your hydrangeas! I’m definitely doing that this year. And I too love your table! All those nicks and holes are perfection – your jadeite looks gorgeous displayed on it! Loved all the inspiration you shared!

    1. Jen you are so kind to stop by! I knew those hydrangeas would come in handy sometime! Ha! I love how old and weathered our table is…you can’t mess it up! Thanks again!

  8. Kelly, you know I love everything about your beautiful home, and your gorgeous spring decor does not disappoint. That jadeite is so perfect for spring!

  9. Your kitchen and dining area are stunning! I love the two toned kitchen and the spring touches you added are fabulous! Those plates are adorable.

  10. Absolutely beautiful. I can’t possibly tell you one favorite since I love all equally. Flea markets are my favorite, too.

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