Spring typically starts late in Colorado so I have just gotten everything set up around here. Winter has kept its arms wrapped around us a little longer than normal but things are finally perking up here. Happily, it is really starting to feel like spring! We have several areas of our home under construction inside and out but I have a few areas to share with you today in my Fresh Spring Home Tour.
When I start decorating for spring, I usually begin in my kitchen. I also keep in mind what I plan on doing in the rest of our living areas to be sure that the decor coordinates with my future plans. For my island, I pulled out the decor I used last year and made a plan to mix it up. I created three versions and shared them in a recent post of my Spring Vignette Refresh done three ways. Here they are…
This is the one that won…partially because I decided I wanted to use the cherry blossoms on my one of my coffee tables.
In our main floor living area, I kept things simple this year. The drama that the faux cherry blossoms add is quite enough. All I did to spruce it up for Easter was to add the cute little white bunny. Easy peasy.
I also created this cute little vignette with some “leftover” flowers from my Green and Gold Easter Table Setting. This sits on the sideboard in this room (after I took these photos).
A small bright and fresh floral arrangement feels so much like spring to me! Add some bunnies and viola…
Just last week, I shared our Green and Gold Easter Table Setting. You can go to the post to see all of the details but here are a few shots of it and some of the decor I added around the room.
Here, I placed in a few of the fresh flowers that were used in my centerpiece. Once they wither, it will still have a little touch of Easter.
To see how I have changed things up this year from last, stop by Easter Home Tour from last year. Once some of our projects here get further along, I will be able to show you more of our home. In the meantime, thanks for stopping by my Fresh Spring Home Tour. I would love to hear your feedback in the comments below!
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