As spring slowly works its way to the northeast, I have slowly begun to decorate for the season. With Easter approaching, I like to put out a few simple decorations that will work both for Easter and the whole spring season.
A trip to the grocery store for tulips is a quick and easy place to start.
And I love displaying them in pitchers…especially blue and white ones.
I am always changing what I display on this seagrass tray. It is such a versatile piece that adds just the right amount of texture to a space.
The tray sits on the console table between the kitchen and family room.
Since the rooms are open to each other, I like to coordinate the sames colors in both spaces. Lately, I have been adding a lot of blue to this area.
The pitcher ties into the blue and white candle sticks on my counter. I also added some subtle Easter pieces like the bunny on my stove mantel.
Bunnies and a little greenery…my Easter decor is done!
Actually, I might add a few more things as Easter gets closer. Or I might just keep a simple look which is more spring than Easter. The bunnies are simple enough to keep all spring.
Here’s another corner with more white tulips, a blue and white plate and another little bunny.
And above the fridge, you can’t go wrong with simple white pitchers, bunnies and beadboard…
And just like that, my spring/Easter decor is pretty much done! Quick, easy and no lugging bins up and down from the basement. I think I am still recovering from the Christmas clean up!
If you want to see more tulip inspiration, I wrote a post last year, Ways I Have Decorated With Tulips where I shared some more ideas.
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I actually bought most of these pieces from Homegoods, but if you are looking for something similar and can’t find it there, here are a few ideas:
I couldn’t find anything close to my candlesticks but I like this candlestick as well.
You can usually find white ceramic pitchers at Homegoods but if not, this Mikasa pitcher is cute.
These ceramic bunnies are absolutely adorable .
This blue and white ceramic pitcher is really pretty.
If you host Easter, this dish would be so cute for entertaining.
Here is a round seagrass serving tray and a very versatile rectangular rattan tray.
I bought my rattan charges at Pier One but these rattan chargers look similar.
These are the Johnson Brothers Blue Willow Plates I have.
Hope that helps!
How do you decorate for spring?
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