Spring Family Room and Kitchen Tour

Spring Family Room and Kitchen Tour

Hi everyone! After a week of frigid cold temps, cloudy skies, and even a crazy weekend snow shower, the sun came out and spring arrived! Today I’m sharing my Spring Family Room and Kitchen Tour and participating in a Spring Home Tour with 30 bloggers, hosted by Marty at A Stroll Thru Life. If you are arriving from Remodelando la Casa (one of my favorite bloggers) then welcome! 

Spring Family Room and Kitchen Tour

When it comes to spring decor, I enjoy a fresh, clean and uncluttered look. The first thing I love to do is bring in lots of botanicals. February and March is when retailers start receiving shipments of lush indoor plants like majestic palms, fiddle leaf figs along with bright and cheerful potted bulbs. 

Spring Family Room and Kitchen Tour

Our backyard has two very large forsythia bushes, which are in total full bloom right now! Unfortunately we planted them on the side of our house and they can’t be seen from any window, but thankfully I can bring in long clippings and force the blooms each year. The forsythia branches look bright and pretty paired with yellow daffodils on our new wood beam mantel and marble herringbone fireplace


You can’t beat free flowers from the yard in sea glass vases! 

Sea Glass Vases and Daffodils

Our grocery store had these amazing yellow hydrangeas that I couldn’t resist. 

Spring Family Room and Kitchen Tour

Yellow Hydrangea Centerpiece

Are you sensing a color theme yet? We’re celebrating spring with shades of blue and pops of yellow. 


The yellow and blue pillows were pulled from our playroom and my daughter’s room. I promised myself that I would not buy any more pillows this spring since honestly, my linen closet can’t hold anymore. Instead I used these easy to make envelope pillow covers


I filled a cloche with painted Easter eggs for a quick and easy 5-minute display. 

Easter Eggs in Cloche


Spring Family Room and Kitchen Tour

Spring Family Room and Kitchen Tour 9

Spring means spring cleaning. The kitchen received a top to bottom cabinet wipe down. A sparkling clean kitchen is a rare occassion in our home. This lovely view lasted all of one afternoon before the family arrived home. 

Spring Family Room and Kitchen Tour 6


My birthday present was the new gold bamboo chandelier from Ballard Designs. I love how it elevated the space but once it was up, the farmhouse styled kitchen chairs looked out of place. So I shopped our house and switched them out with the dining room chairs and pulled in the linen bench. The X-back chairs compliment the chandelier and look so much nicer. I’m not sure if I’ll keep them there but it’s fun having them there for now. 

Spring Family Room and Kitchen Tour

Spring Family Room and Kitchen Tour

Spring Family Room and Kitchen Tour

The whole space came together nicely for spring! 

Spring Family Room and Kitchen Tour


Sand & Sisal Spring Home Tour

Thanks for stopping by spring family room and kitchen tour! If you missed our dining room all decked out with beautiful lavender faux florals, click HERE


Catch up on the home tours with the links below. Next stop on the tour is Debra from Common Ground

Happy Spring!



Monday – March 20

A Stroll Thru Life , Decor To AdoreSouthern Hospitality 

Pink Peppermint DesignCuckoo4Design21 Rosemary Lane 

Tuesday – March 21

Setting For FourThe Chronicles of HomeNesting With Grace

Refresh RestyleHaneen’s HavenSimple Stylings

Wednesday – March 22

Decorating DeliriumDimples & TanglesHymns & Verses 

Remodelando La Casa,  Sand & SisalCommon Ground 

Thursday – March 23

Duke Manor FarmsIt All Started With PaintLife on Virginia Street 

Bliss At HomeRain On A Tin RoofZDesign At Home 

Friday – March 24

Thrifty and Chic,  Our Fifth House, Inspiration For Moms

Far Above RubiesLife and Home @ 2102Making Home Base

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  1. Michelle says:

    Very pretty! Everything looks so clean and fresh! I just discovered your blog on the spring tour and love your home. Would you be able to tell me the source of your lamp next to your sofa? Love the blue and white! Thanks so much for sharing!

    • Thank you so much Michelle! That lamp is from HomeGoods. I picked it up a few years ago though. HomeGoods is my go-to store for lamps. They are so afforable there. I hope you stop by the blog again sometime! Have a great week. ~ KIM

  2. Beautiful! Your home is filled is beautiful colors perfect for spring. So well done!

  3. Everything looks so fresh, clean, and springy! I love your touches of blue and yellow and those yellow hydrangeas are amazing.

  4. What a glorious tour Kim! Blue and yellow truly is a perfect pairing for spring. I’ll be featuring you later today on IG.

  5. oh my gosh those yellow hydrangeas are SOOOO fun!!! your home looks so cheery- love it, kim!

  6. Marty@A Stroll Thru Life says:

    Love the pretty pops of yellow, it looks so fresh and definitely says Spring. I love the new chandy’s too, how perfect and they add a new sparkle to the room. Everything is so beautifully coordinated and I love this space, so open and full of light. Thanks so much for joining the tour. Your home is always beautifully decorated.

  7. Well, really, first time seeing yellow hydrangeas. Ah-dorable! Now, touring your home is just like going thru the pages of my favorite decor magazine. Picture after picture.. perfection!

    • Awwww, you are so sweet Cristina! Thank you! I saw those hydrangeas at my grocery store and instantly smiled! So bizzare but cool…. I had to have them! ($3/bloom). They only had 2 blooms. I really needed 3 but oh well, they made me happy. It’s so nice to be on this tour with you!

  8. So very beautiful! Is the wall color Sea Salt?

  9. Kim- it is all so beautiful. so bright and cozy. Your pictures are amazing. so clear and sharp. I need your tips. The only time my house seems to be clean and tidy is when I do these tours which is 3-4 times a year! 🙂

    • LOL!!! I know right? I think secretly it’s the reason why I do home tours… to have a clean house for a day or two! The upstairs is a hot mess though. Thank you for the photography compliment! I appreciate it! I’d love to chat about photography, inbox me!

  10. Lorraine Watkins says:

    Beautiful. I love all the colors and the clean look. I have recently moved to the English Lake District area for two years.We are renting a barn conversion in the country. My decorating style is similar to yours and I appreciate how it looks in a different setting here.

  11. I love the touches of grey and yellow all around – spring perfect! So honored to share this home tour with you Kim!

  12. Jennifer Lippi says:

    I love the costal vibe of your home. So fresh and relaxing. Happy to be on Marty’s tour with you 🙂

  13. Kim, I love love love this room. I wish I could go there and have a chat with you right now. One of the first things I would ask you is what is the paint color on your walls? I want to paint my kitchen this year and get rid of this blue but I’ve had for three years. Your blog is part of my very very favorites.

  14. As usual your home look beautiful, Kim! Everything looks so clean and fresh. The pop of blue and yellow just screams Spring! Love you new chandelier. It’s perfect! Have a great week!

  15. Love the colors in your house. Who makes the color for the sea salt?

  16. Rebecca Neustel says:

    Your house is so pretty! I love your decorating style, too. I know your kitchen flood wasn’t something you wanted, but the way your kitchen turned out is so spectacular, I still have a little envy. 😍

  17. I’m just so in love with all the blue and yellow! So gorgeous!!

  18. Kim, your home always looks so fresh and pretty! I LOVE all of the splashes of yellow, and I’m still swooning over your new dining room light fixture. It’s fabulous!

  19. Bettina Beilfuss says:

    What a beautiful home. So bright and light, perfect for Spring. I love your living room table runner and the matching pillows. Would you mind telling me where got them?

    • Thank you Bettina! I made them! The runner is just a strip of fabric, pressed and pinned at the seams. It isn’t even sewn… yet. I’ll get around to sewing and completing it soon but if you have left over fabric a runner is super easy to make even without sewing. I have the matching pillow cover tutorial on the blog (type “pillow” in the search bar). The rest of the pillows (blue & white) are from HomeGoods. Hope that helps!

  20. I love love love your home!! Could you please share where you purchased the blue rug in your family room?

  21. What a beautiful home. So clean and bright.

  22. Martha DeMarco says:

    I don;t think I ever saw yellow hydrangeas, beautiful! I also love the lamp and the wicker/rattan table and coffee table. Very nice!

    • Thanks Martha! The hydrangea is actually a white hydrangea sprayed with yellow florist dye but I love it! You won’t believe it but that bloom is still alive, 5 weeks later!!!! Best $8 I ever spent on flowers! 😉 Thanks so much for stopping by the blog! ~KIM


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