It’s All About The Green – Spring In My Breakfast Area

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I am bringing in fresh pops of green to my breakfast area!

Keeping It Green - Spring Farmhouse Breakfast Area  graphic.Pin

The official start of spring is on the horizon and I’ve decked out the open shelves in my breakfast area in green to celebrate the season!  Of course, I kept it super simple by pairing the black and white dishes that I already had with a few fresh green dishes and mugs from the dollar store.  No matter the time of year, black, white and green is one of my favorite color combos.

Open rustic industrial farmhouse shelves decorated for spring with black, white and green || Worthing CourtPin

I added my closed terrarium filled with a birdhouse, a couple of nests and a chippy concrete bird.  That birdhouse was originally painted with Christmas colors, but I gave it a coat of white spray paint and covered the roof with some stick-on moss.

Farmhouse style spring terrarium || Worthing CourtPin

I only needed to add two green mugs to my mug tree for an bit of an accent.  You can see that I’ve layered a couple of different shades of pretty green plates in the toolbox with my other plates.  By using what I already own, I was able to only spend $6 for a fresh does of spring in my breakfast area!

Rustic industrial farmhouse shelves decorated for spring with black, white and green || Worthing CourtPin

Wooden shelves with tea cups, a wreath, and a geranium all with pops of green.Pin

The spring centerpiece for my kitchen table couldn’t possibly be any easier!  All I used were three potted pink flowers from the grocery store lined up in a wicker tray.  You might remember these from the very special weekend that we had here a couple of weeks ago

Use potted flowers in a wicker tray for a super simple spring centerpiece || Worthing CourtPin

I love the pop of bright color that they add to the room!

A wooden dining room table with pink flowers as a centerpiece.Pin

What’s your favorite way to welcome the spring season?

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  1. Beautiful Suzy. I just finished decorating our new industrial shelves (thank you again for a great tutorial), and incorporated my favorite neutral palette (white, tan, black) with a touch of apple green. Love green this time of year!

  2. Pantone’s color of the year (or close to it!)! So pretty! I think I’m beginning to realize that I have faltered on the side of white/tan/aqua in my Wee Abode. Will need to think about sometimes changing out the aqua. Live and learn!

  3. Green is my favorite color and it looks just perfect in your dining room. Hoping for an early and lovely Spring!

  4. Love it all! So fresh and inviting!

  5. Looks great ! Love it!

  6. Mary Beth says:

    You gave me some great ideas! Thanks!

  7. What a beautiful springtime display! It is so bright and cheery and really gives you the feel of spring!

  8. I like the black, white, and green color combination too!
    Thank you for always sharing beautiful and doable ideas.

  9. Love the spring look you’ve created. I especially like the centerpiece with the lined up flower pots. I just added touches of green to my living room. I like lightening up the colors for spring!

  10. I love how your room looks like a showcase, but you did it all with what you had plus a few inexpensive items. You did very well.

  11. Your breakfast area is SO GORGEOUS! I am in love! Great job decorating — you have a talent! 🙂

  12. Your décor is beautiful. I love the colors and the style. Thanks so much for sharing it at the Family Joy Blog Link Party this week!

  13. This is beautiful and I especially love the shelves! I am pinning this for inspiration for my house! 🙂

  14. I love your curtains! Would you share the name of the fabric?

    1. Hi Tonya. My curtains came from Target, so I don’t have the fabric name for them. Sorry I couldn’t help!

  15. Just lovely! I’ve been sprucing up our home and have a long way to go to get it this gorgeous! Happy spring, almost 😉 Thanks for sharing at the Inspiration Spotlight party. Pinned & shared.