Who else besides me loves pink hydrangeas? Though, I can never decide which flower is my favorite for spring…hydrangeas, tulips or peonies. I do love them all! So, now that the weather is warmer, it’s time to start decorating with pink hydrangeas!
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Decorating with Pink Hydrangeas:
Recently, I came across this gorgeous blooming hydrangea plant at the grocery store and I just had to have it. Even though I don’t have a green thumb, I decided to take my chances since the flowers were just so beautiful!
Luckily, I had just purchased this galvanized metal container which ended up being the perfect size for the hydrangeas…Plus, I loved the cottage farmhouse vibe it gave. All I had to do was plop the hydrangea plant inside and there I had an instant centerpiece for my kitchen table!
- If you want to see another way I styled the metal container, read my latest table setting.
For a few days, I enjoyed the flowers in the kitchen but because this new centerpiece sat a little high, I decided to find a better location for it…
Pink Hydrangeas in the Foyer for Spring:
Since my foyer was in desperate need for a spring refresh, I decided to move the hydrangea plant in there. After shopping my house for a few accessories, I pulled together a simple vignette for spring!
Decorating with Pink Hydrangeas – Easter and Beyond:
With the addition of my two ceramic bunnies, I updated the foyer to welcome guests for Easter. Luckily, my decor wasn’t too over the top with Easter accessories, so I think this look can definitely last throughout the spring.
What better place for a cheerful, pink hydrangea plant? Adding the table runner also helped brighten up the foyer as well.
Using the galvanized metal containers gives the space a spring garden feel too. The two smaller side plants are actually artificial but you really can’t tell, can you? Well, the fact that they look good and are still in my house is usually a giveaway that they are faux…ha! Hopefully, I can keep the hydrangea plant alive for awhile. If all goes well, I would love the plant it in my yard. Wish me luck on that!
For now, I’ll just enjoy how the pink hydrangeas look in the foyer. Every time I add color in there, I wonder why I neglected that area for so long. The same thing happened a few years ago when I decorated my foyer with blue and white accessories. Don’t ask me why I never left the blue and white in there…I think I move things around too often!
I’ll keep the bunnies out for a little while longer. After all, bunnies are everywhere in the spring and it’s such a shame to put them away right after Easter.
Apparently, this warmer weather is motivating me to decorate my home for spring! Finally, we are getting some spring weather in New Jersey!
Now my foyer is all decorated thanks to my new beautiful pink hydrangeas. Recently, I freshened up the family room with my fireplace mantel decorated for spring and now the foyer…I must be on a roll! (You might have noticed that the bunnies “hopped” from the mantel to the foyer!)
Ahh spring, I just love this time of year…
- If you love this casual cottage look, be sure to see this simple spring tablescape with hydrangeas!
- For more ways to decorate with hydrangeas, pop over to see my coastal table setting ideas!
- And here are even more ways to decorate with hydrangeas…and more ways to decorate with pink!
Spring Decorating Sources:
- Large metal container: Homegoods but I found this similar set of planters (which includes 3)
- Small galvanized metal containers: Homegoods a few years ago but this metal planter is even cuter! I also love the shape of this plant container with twine handles!
- Ceramic bunnies: Pier One (from a few years ago) and these plain white bunnies are cute too.
- Grainsack table runner: Homegoods but I found this similar cute farmhouse runner.
- Pink Hydrangeas: local grocery store but you can find them in any florist or garden center.
Are you decorating with pink hydrangeas this spring?
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