I’ve shared a tablescape here and there, but how do you style a breakfast nook? Here’s our simple Easter breakfast nook all ready for the big bunny to come!
One of my favorite parts of my French Farmhouse Kitchen remodel is our eat in kitchen.
We love it so much, that we sometimes eat all our meals here!
Now that my boys are older, I still wanted to decorate for Easter, but not over the top. The goal is to keep it simple and budget friendly.
Simple Easter Breakfast Nook
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So I started with the centerpiece.
If you’re new here, one thing you’ll quickly learn about me is that I am a DIYer but also lover of milk glass.
Those hand painted eggs have been with me for years, as a souvenir from my trip to Germany in college. Here are some similar ones I found online.
For this simple place setting, I just set out hyacinth placemats and plates.
I love these Spring plates I found at Target.
The white plates were a steal at the Dollar Tree! They remind me of the Emma collection from Pottery Barn, but were only a buck each!
I made the plate decorations myself.
Then I placed little ceramic birds in each DIY nest.
So super simple and very affordable!
I added a few more touches of Easter to this room as well.
My DIY corbel shelf got some attention as well.
So I decided to shop from home and this is what I found.
I’ve had this wooden rooster for years, given to me by a dear friend. Painting it white and adding a ribbon gave it the perfect farmhouse touch.
I thought it was an especially nice addition to this corner.
I gathered a few of my favorite pitchers and placed faux hydrangeas in each.
The small napkin is something I found a Hobby Lobby on clearance. Adding that touch of fabric softens the look a bit.
The wreath is another quick DIY.
I had this garland from last spring and wrapped it around a wreath form I had in my craft closet.
All those soft greens just seem like Spring to me!
So on the opposite wall, where my galvanized olive wall buckets hang, I filled them to the brim with some faux hydrangeas.
I combined green and white to match the other green hues.
This Simple Easter Breakfast nook was a quick and easy way to add hints of the promise this season brings.
By shopping from my home and adding a just a few new elements, I created this easy and affordable look.
I hope this gives you some new ideas and inspiration for your home or at least a pleasant distraction.
What are some ways you are decorating for this season?