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You know, the official start of Spring is just one week away. Can you believe it? And, I have started putting out my Spring/Easter decor — lots of lush greenery, distressed whites, and eggs in beautiful pastel shades of yellow, pink, and lavender.
So, I thought I would share with you my spring decor arrangement on my black console table, in the dining room. I wasn’t really sure how to start this one, but I knew I wanted it to revolve around this really cute, vintage rabbit that my mom gave me several years ago. I love that thing!
Initially, I started with a ragged piece of burlap cloth to give it that farmhouse feel. Don’t you just love burlap? I can’t get enough of it — so glad its “in” at the moment. Then, I used one of my white cake plates and added lots of greenery to it. This is a faux boxwood garland that I wrapped around the base of the cake plate, then wrapped it around the bunny on top. Additionally, I placed a few pastel easter eggs here and there to make it more festive.
I like to use cake plates of all sizes, shapes, and colors in my decor. It adds height when needed, and is visually interesting. I used a clear, glass one to raise this pretty white pitcher of greenery and flowers on the left side of my table.
Look at these sweet, distressed bunnies — they are adorable! Had to use them in my Spring display.
For the right side of my Spring display, I used two tall, distressed, white candle holders, and I used the green candles. I really like using green candles in the spring time. These candle holders and candles are tall, so they help to balance out my display. I also like using different types of teacups and saucers in my decor. It’s fun to pull things out of the china cabinet and make them part of something pretty. Next, came the little bird’s nest with some brown filler that I up cycled from a gift basket I received in the mail several weeks ago. Isn’t it great to reuse and recycle?
My small, white pitcher with little green and white flowers is another beauty that I keep in my china cabinet for various displays and settings. It’s so delicate and cute with the detailing around the top of the pitcher.
And, last but not least, this elegant little distressed, white blackboard frame can be used in a number of ways. I couldn’t find my chalk, so I printed out this precious, free printable sign from “thoughtsfromalice.blogspot.com” on Pinterest. Isn’t it cute?
Well, thanks for dropping by and checking out my Spring decor in the dining room. I hope you liked it, and Happy Spring!
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