21 In Spring

A Bit Of Easter In The Kitchen

I kind of ignored my kitchen lately, so this past weekend I added a few little things to have a bit of Easter in the kitchen! And I wanted to share them here with you! 

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I always love using my Oma’s old scale for any kind of decor. When Amelie saw me taking a photo of this, she suggested giving it a good cleaning job, lol! 
 
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The girls painted these eggs with white markers…
 
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I added some feathers to these branches and I love the look!
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And now to my favourite little spot that serves for decoration AND hiding what is behind that window, which is our storage space and so so ugly! Last year I put a little herb garden in this crate that I put inside the window seat and the herbs lasted throughout the summer and fall, but now I’ve added some succulents and a daffodil that is about to bloom!
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I love the freshness of this, as I have this window always open when the weather is nice, which it is pretty much from now on…
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Hope you like my fresh Easter and Spring touches in the kitchen…. have a lovely day!!
 
 
 
 

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  • Pili
    14/04/2017 at 14:03

    Some simple ideas are just the most beautiful. Love those eggs Katrin, and love they are easy to make too.

  • Beverly
    12/04/2017 at 17:00

    Your kitchen Easter decor is lovely, Katrin. The eggs are a perfect touch. Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle. Pinning to my Easter Board.

    • Katrin
      12/04/2017 at 23:15

      Thanks Beverly!

  • Amber Harrop
    11/04/2017 at 23:14

    Your easter Egg is so cute and I love how they look in the bowl Katrin

    • Katrin
      12/04/2017 at 08:40

      Thanks Amber Jane 🙂

  • Leanna
    09/04/2017 at 05:26

    Please tell your girls they did a wonderful job of decorating the Easter eggs. The herb garden is beautiful especially with the way the sunshine peaks in through it. Great way to hide an eye sore. Much better than closed curtains or blinds. Have a great weekend Katrin.

    • Katrin
      09/04/2017 at 10:12

      Will do , thank you so much Leanna!! 🙂

  • Carol ("Mimi")
    05/04/2017 at 16:28

    Very pretty! I love the touches of nature that you brought in to your spring kitchen. And, the brown eggs decorated with white markers are unique and pretty.

    • Katrin
      05/04/2017 at 19:48

      Thank you Mimi, even a little bit of decor is fun hey?

  • Laurie
    04/04/2017 at 20:18

    Katrin,
    Thanks for stopping in and sharing with us this week at Brag About It. I never tire of your simple, pretty style. I love the feathers on the branches and the girls did a fab job on those eggs! Hope you have a wonderful week!

    • Katrin
      05/04/2017 at 07:05

      Thank you so much Laurie, have a wonderful week as well!

  • Keri
    04/04/2017 at 05:16

    Katrin, your kitchen is beautiful! I love the vignette and how you have used the feathers on the branches and of course the girls’ eggs are so pretty! Your Oma’s scale is so cool! I also like the display of the succulents and daffodil.

    • Katrin
      05/04/2017 at 07:05

      Aw Thank you friend! They had fun doodling on them… these eggs were for me, then they doodled on others with more colours, lol!

  • Kim~madeinaday
    04/04/2017 at 03:18

    Great idea putting a herb garden in a window to hide something. Love all your feathers and the eggs are too cute.Thank you for sharing on Merry Monday! Have a great week!
    Kim

    • Katrin
      05/04/2017 at 07:04

      Thanks so much Kim!! Same to you 🙂

  • Mary-the boondocks blog
    03/04/2017 at 09:49

    Katrin, that is such a pretty scale. Don’t listen to Amelie, the rust and patina give it such a beautiful timeworn look. And the eggs are so pretty and modern. What did you use to paint them?

    I’ve always loved that window and the way you have decorated it to solve the ugly exterior problem. Green makes the world better.

    • Katrin
      05/04/2017 at 07:04

      Haha, I know, she gets grossed out with stuff like this, lol! The girls used a white permanent marker for the eggs!!

  • Michelle
    03/04/2017 at 08:21

    The whole look is so pretty Katrin, those branches with the feathers is really nice touch and your Oma’s scale is a lovely collector’s piece. I had a quiet chuckle when I read what Amelie said, too cute.

    • Katrin
      05/04/2017 at 07:02

      Thank you so much Michelle!! I love that scale and yes, Amelie doesn’t appreciate rust yet, lol!

  • Marjan Hoebeke-Pfaff
    03/04/2017 at 08:09

    Dear Katrin,
    Great ideas – a very delicate touch!
    I have to admit: the only seasonal decorations I put up in the kitchen are Christmassy ones. Our kitchen is sooo small and sooo stuffed – no place left (not even on the walls or on the windowsills). In December I put some lights in the windows, but that would look a bit odd at Easter.
    Have a great week,
    Marjan

    • Katrin
      05/04/2017 at 07:01

      Thank you Marjan! Talk about tiny kitchens, well, same here, there isn’t much room for decor either… but I managed to squeeze in some eggs, lol!