By spring we can all see the Easter bunny sticking its head around the corner. And like every holiday season, decorations are a matter of course. The red and green that we see at Christmas is long gone and has now been replaced by neutral but refreshing colors. It is all these little accents that bring your kitchen back to life – a fresh and festive feeling.
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Tulip wreaths on closet doors
There's no better way to freshen up a kitchen and make it more inviting than hanging a few small tulip wreaths on every other closet door. Fake wreaths are also a great option if you want them to stay in good condition – but make sure you choose high quality pieces. Pastel colors are very popular when it comes to these wreaths.
Here is a DIY project for you. Take some eggs that you have emptied at only one end and that only break off from the top of the eggshell – and then paint the eggs with metallic gold spray paint. Plant some snowdrop seeds there, and when Easter turns around, those seeds have turned into real flowers. They are the first sign of spring. So if you put them on your windowsill or kitchen table, the kitchen will surely come alive.
Most of us have a table in the kitchen that is generally empty. However, if Easter is just around the corner, you may also want to decorate the kitchen table. After all, the first thing you see when you enter the kitchen is so you have to make sure it looks like this. A few big gold candles, some painted eggs and some pastel flowers will surely do the trick. However, make sure you keep it as simple as possible. After all, you also have to cook on this table.
If your kitchen cabinets are outdated or just don't look good, the best way to decorate them is with a fresh coat of paint. Pastel colors (like pastel blue) are the most popular options for spring – but on the other hand, it also depends on your kitchen theme. You can change the hue or just apply the color they used to have.
Jar of eggs and feathers
If you have some free space on the counter, consider this decorative tip: take a large, clear glass and lay in it some black and white eggs (maybe even guinea fowl eggs) and then add some matching feathers. It gives your kitchen a Christmassy Easter atmosphere and at the same time retains the modern touch of the modern kitchen.
Eggshell place cards
If your dining table is in the kitchen, you can decorate it with eggshell place cards. Make some nests out of yarn or straw and put some egg shells in which you planted some wheatgrass seeds. As soon as the wheatgrass grows, place a business card in the grass and place it in the place assigned to your guest. Top it off with a few miniature bunnies on the side and you have the perfect decoration for your kitchen table.
Egg paper garland
If your kitchen cabinets or windows look boring, you may want to decorate them with a garland – but not with a garland. The kind that has egg-shaped paper works. All you need is a string and some scrapbook paper. This spring, shades of gray and pale pink are good choices. Attach them to the bottom of your closets in a streamer style and you're ready to go.
Your kitchen doesn't have to be boring this holiday season – you just have to be creative enough to make the right decorations. Eggs and tulips are the most popular at Easter – but in the end, you can choose anything that best suits your sense of style.