Adding Blue Decor

Starting with white dishes

Happy New Year, Y’all! I’m so happy to be back and ready to do so many projects in my home that I will share with you. Today I thought it would be fun to show how I add blue decor in my home. Specifically, my kitchen hutch.

Honestly it is super simple.

I like to start with a neutral background.

In this case I loaded my white hutch with a ton of my white dishes.

Adding blue dishes

Dishes

It looks pretty, but let’s face it, it can be better!

I like to evenly sprinkle the area I’m decorating with color and to use different items.

Like more dishes in blue and white, layered on top of my white dishes.

adding blue dishes

When using dishes, adding in different sizes and items like these small bowls.

At Easter I like to plop in colorful eggs for fun and color.

Adding blue ribbon

Ribbon

I know a lot of people don’t like using ribbon, but I am not one of those.

Using ribbon here and there adds texture, color and dimension.

adding blue art

Art

I love to hang art in unexpected places.

The back of my hutch wall, on the front edge of a book shelf , propped up on an easel on a table are just a few!

Adding blue textiles

Textiles

Don’t forget to add in textiles.

In this case it was an easy decision to add in some napkins on  a kitchen hutch.

Again, like with the ribbon, it gives texture, color and dimension.

As well, as truly being functional since it is right by my table.

Adding blue decor items

Whimsy

Not everyone would agree with this but I love adding a little Whimsy.

Things I love that not everybody has.

Like this pretty pie bird.

Adding blue ribbon

And did you notice the mini white creamers?

I have a cow, a duck, and a dinosaur.

Truly, I love them!

Blue and white dishes on my hutch

Adding blue decor shouldn’t be hard, but you should LOVE it!

Until next time…

Tammy

Adding Blue Decor

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