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  1. Pretty! No…I love the all whites. I have been changing over our home to all creams and neutrals for several years now and love adding flowers here and there. Being a little new around here, Love the little chandeliers in your kitchen. Have you mentioned them in a post? I can think of several places to use such cuties. I even have a chandelier in my laundry room πŸ˜‰ Your style lovely.

    1. Thanks, Jillian and welcome! And good point about the little chandeliers. I need to get that source added. Thanks!!

  2. Elizabeth Roderick says:

    How beautiful your kitchen looks with all these Spring flowers! We too have a favorite soap we love.
    Thanks for the great ideas.

  3. Hannah Whalley says:

    Loving the spring additions in your kitchen, so beautiful!

    Tulips are my favourite at this time of year!

    Hannah x

  4. What I love about white and neutral backgrounds is that you can add splashes of color with accessories and flowers. Your kitchen definitely looks ready for spring – and I believe we are supposed to get some spring temps on Saturday…yay! Enjoy your weekend, Lory!

  5. I just found your beautiful blog through Pinterest tonight. I am going to read it front to back. I’ve already added it to my blogroll to follow. Thank you!!!

    1. Kathy Pelletier says:

      Lory’s blog will have you changing everything in your home. It is fantastic. However, it may cause a divorce LOL I go to bed at nights dreaming of what I can change to look like hers and over breakfast, I am discussing what I want to do with hubby and he looks at me like I have lost my mind . I think he is afraid to come home at night and see what I have done . But seriously, Lory is a wonderful designer and knows how to incorporate it into what you already have. One day or week, when you have extra time, sit down with a pot of coffee or bottle of wine and start from the beginning πŸ™‚ Have a nice Sunday.

  6. Patricia Wilson says:

    Love your renovated white kitchen and added colorful accessories, spring flowers. I live in CT and I get the feeling you live in the Northeast too. Any suggestions for me as to how to buy ranunculus in this area?

  7. Your kitchen is beautiful and you added just the right amount of Spring sheer. Great advice!

  8. Your kitchen is absolutely stunning! Your spring touches bring the perfect pops of color and coziness to the entire space. Thanks for sharing your spring kitchen with us at Merry Monday this week!

  9. Can you tell me where you purchased your wire flower container that says “Fleurs” on the front? You have it on your spring mantle with hyacinths in it.

  10. Jennifer C Moreland says:

    I want the candlesticks!!!!! Just beautiful!!!!

  11. I certainly understand your reason behind having a neutral color pallet, I am of the same mindset! I add seasonal accent colors, but my neutral colors give me a sense of peace in tranquility in a chaotic world. I always look forward to your inspirational decorating blogs! Thanks for sharing!

  12. Amelia Jackson says:

    I don’t know why I always neglect to decorate with food! Your post was such a good reminder that it really is one of the easiest ways to add color to a kitchen. We just got our hardwood floors refinished so my decor budget is a bit tight right now, but I definitely have enough to go and buy some citrus and fresh flowers!