Today I'm sharing a little home tour and my Easter decor.
I didn't go out and spend a bunch of money. I reused things I had, displaying them a little differently. In fact, very little money was spent to update my home for Easter.
I changed out the pillows in my living room, bringing in softer pastel and floral tones. These are pillows I've had for awhile...they just hop from room to room when I get the urge to switch things around!
I posted a tutorial for these chalk painted robin's eggs last Easter. Rather than hanging them on a tree again, this year I tucked them into some Easter grass and put them in a milk glass bowl.
My mantel was changed slightly with the addition of the bunny bunting and the robin's nest painting I made, following easy directions from Jen Rizzo.
If you've never painted with acrylics, I suggest following one of Jen Rizzo's painting tutorials. She breaks the steps down for you and makes it so easy, even if you're a painting novice!
This pearl swag is a leftover from Christmas and I made the yarn tassels garland. The bunny garland was a clearance buy from Target last year.
I left my metal basket on the wall, as well as the mini burlap wreath. I just added this darling lamb and the softest knit chicks my mother-in-law made years ago.
Above my black farmhouse hutch, I hung an Easter sign (purchased at TJ Maxx years ago) from stacked wicker baskets. Do you spot another pearl garland from Christmas pooled around the candle in the hurricane?
My gingham painted eggs from last year get pride of place as a table centerpiece during normal days...
The base of the table is this gorgeous vintage tablecloth I recently discovered while thrifting. It is so soft and I love the bright rose pattern.
I wanted a colorful Easter table so I paired the pink tablecloth with my mismatched blue dishes and white ironstone.
Pink candles, green goblets...and my favorite pink tulips tie it all together! I've used my DIY Easter napkins, and the color is the perfect complement to my bright Easter table!
We are big sweet tea fans at our home...so I've set up little sweet tea station on the sideboard of my black hutch. I've used a large basket tray, an ironstone jug and sugar pot, pink milk glass goblets and sweet teaspoons in a turquoise mason jar. Isn't it charming?
It's self-serve in style! Sweet tea anyone?
At the front door, I tucked a bundle of tulips into this olive bucket I purchased at Walmart last year.
Little DIY's favorite Easter decoration, nicknamed Mr. Bendy, made his annual appearance!
Another bunting from last year's Target clearance is hung across my white chalk painted hutch.
Three glittered bunnies found at Kohl's Christmas ornament clearance are hopping on this pretty cupcake stand.
I grouped a ceramic bunny with smaller bunnies on a side table. You might have guessed that I like bunnies! They're just so sweet.
My thrifted bunny that I spray painted white last year is hanging out on a silver tray on the shelf of my coffee table.
And finally, here's a little peak inside my piano room. I'll be sharing the tutorial for these robin's eggs next Friday over at Craving Some Creativity.
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