Hello my friends! It’s a busy week around here as I am getting some last minute projects finished, painting on the house, and getting the house cleaned up for my family heading over here for Easter. This year, I’ve tried to keep my Easter decor simple by adding in a few new things while the majority of items are things I dug out of storage.
For my vintage buffet, I just pulled out all of my candlesticks and a heart that I received awhile back from Olive Wood Designs.
For my mantel, I used my same vintage frames I used on last year’s spring mantel and added some pretty …. umm … I actually have no idea what to call these things. Regardless, I got them on sale at Pier 1, and I like them.
On my vintage secretary, I just added a pretty little bunny along with some faux flowers I found on sale a while back at Michaels.
I used an old scarf as a runner on my DIY Coffee Table, and added a mirror I found at a yard sale, some Easter bunnies (also from a yard sale), and these pretty pink vases I got at Target.
I think my dining table is my favorite area right now.
I used a faux grass table runner and topped it simply with two Easter egg trees.
I used some old blue dishes I have had forever, topped with some plain white dishes.
I did splurge and buy these sweet little bunny plates from Pier 1.
That’s the whole shebang!
Things look a bit different now as more of my trim is now white and more walls are now grey. There’s no way I’m going to get all of the walls completed before Sunday, so my guests are going to just have to deal with my multi-colored walls for now. At the rate I’m going, it might be Christmas before I’m finished. The tall walls that I loved when we bought this house are now my nemesis…
Tune in tomorrow for Themed Furniture Thursday!
It all look great but I especially love your table settings with the bunny plates. They bring another color to the setting but they are so whimsical it automatically makes you smile.