Happy Spring everyone! The pollen is in full swing and the temps are finally on the rise. I actually packed my boots away last week and painted my toenails for sandals.
My kids will be home from college for the summer the first week of May. I am really excited to have everyone home again. I'll be working to get the porches deep cleaned this week because my next decorating projects will be centering around outdoor living. Lots of painting will be happening on the screened in porch.
While we wait on that, let's turn our focus back to the inside of our home! I am excited to be sharing our….
Easter Dining Room
Amber from Follow the Yellow Brick Home has planned another amazing seasonal tour for us. Be sure to read all the way until the end for links to the other blogs participating. I am always so inspired.
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If you are hopping over from Marty's home over at A Stroll Thru Life then welcome. I love Marty's style and always find inspiration.
Let's get started with the tour!
Remember that sweet little pink runner from Valentine's Day? It's been on the table ever since. I'm kind of in love with it.
That beautiful washed looking bunny is from my daughter's room. I borrow it quite frequently. She's had it in her room since she was born. She's now 20. Now that I think of it, I've had that urn behind it just as long.
The larger urn used to have a floral arrangement in it. I removed it and love it now. It's been all over the place. You may have remembered it in the family room for my winter tour with the disco ball.
I bought the wire cloche back in 2016. I've used it so much! I checked and it's still available on Amazon! I've filled it with eggs, ornaments and bird's nest.
This sweet little bunny topiary was a thrift store makeover last year! You can see the full tutorial HERE.
This is a simple look for everyday. If dining in here, I'd add placemats as well.
Decorating Hint: All of my glass candlestick holders have been collected through the years from Big Lots and dollar stores!
See that mirror in the background. It was a thrift store makeover from a few years ago. You can find the full tutorial here.
This little buffet table is holding this cute rabbit wall hanging. This year I just tucked him in the silver bowl of wine corks. Easy peasy!
Up next on the tour is Decor to Adore.
Make sure you check out all of the fabulous ideas on today's Easter tour!