Spring Home Tour: 2021

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Hey there!  I hope everyone is doing well!  Before I get into the post, I just wanted to say thanks so much for your kind comments on my last post about where things are at blog-wise.  They were so appreciated!  Onto the post!


Today I am sharing my spring home tour.  My parents were in town a few weekends ago to celebrate my birthday, and during that visit, my mom and I set out to 'spring-ify' my house.  And I love how it turned out!  Gone are the whites of winter, and in their place are the greens of spring.  Plus, more milk glass!  My collection continues to grow - my parents found me some really neat pieces for my birthday - and I love finding new ways to display it.


It's no secret I love a good tablescape.  I always get excited to pull out my season plates, and the bunny ones always signify the end of winter.  Which, fall and winter are by far my favorite seasons, but there is something about the freshness and lightness that spring brings.


To add a little more depth and color, I added my extra blue and white plates under my bunny plates.  I only had two extra on hand, and of course, when I went to look at the local antique mall for two more they had none, but my mom found one at a local shop by her, and another in her stash of pretty plates normally used for showers, etc.  I will be grabbing them to bring back next time I am home!



The buffet came together in a mix of silver, white and green.  The egg mold was an antique find, and the silver of the bunny and birds tied it all together.  The wreath got a white ribbon, which helps it pop a bit more, and works really well with the milk glass pieces.  A little story about that ribbon - it was actually part of the wrapping of my birthday presents I had just opened the day before decorating.  I never throw ribbon away, because you just never know when you can reuse it!




In the living room, I swapped back in my everyday pillow covers, added a 'spring' banner, and switched up the mantle.


I think I say this each time, but I just love how the mantle turned out!  I have had this antique corbel in storage for a few years now, and I was so excited to finally find a place to put it again.  It compliments the candle holders on the opposite side perfectly!  Books are a go to when decorating (just use what you have on hand, and remove the jackets), and I try to grab some that work with the colors of the season - in this case, blue.  Things were rounded out with greens and of course, milk glass.


The story for the bookshelf was much of the same - milk glass and greens.  Plus a little birds nest.

With my spring decor up, everything feels so fresh and renewed!

4 comments

  1. I love your decorations. Beautiful! The bunny plates as so sweet!

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  2. You always have the best decor! Love all the greenery!

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  3. EEK! This is the post I've been waiting for! I'm so glad you decided to do it. I love those sweet bunny plates. They are beautiful. And the gingham napkins are just perfection. The whole tablescape is so lovely! I just realized I didn't even decorate for Easter or spring this year. I don't usually do too much, but I was going to put out my garland on the mantle as well as one of the pretty Easter crosses that I have, and I totally dropped the ball.

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