Welcome friends! C’mon in and stay awhile. Today, I’m going to take you on an Easter decor tour and show you how I have decorated my home for the season. Did you realize that Easter falls on April Fool’s day this year? Jesus sure fooled everyone when He arose from the grave, didn’t he? Praise God that not even the grave could hold Him down!
I love springtime. I thought Christmas was my favorite season to decorate for, but now I’m second guessing that. One of the many things that I love about spring is all of the new life that bursts forth in nature. The flowers start to bloom, the grass starts to grow, and the trees turn from bare brown to bursting with vibrant green leaves. Everything starts to come alive. It is a gentle reminder that we can have that same sweet life through Jesus, where we are full of life and bursting with beauty. Each day is a new beginning, filled with new chances, new opportunities, new blessings, and new hope.
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I am so glad you are here for the Easter decor today! If you are visiting from Kelcie’s Vintage Nest, welcome! Isn’t Kelcie’s Easter decor beautiful!? Don’t forget to scroll to the bottom of this post and check out some of my talented friends for more Easter inspo.
Easter Decor Tour
The first area that I will take you through is my foyer. So step on in. I live in a builder grade home that is about 20 years old. When we purchased the house a little over a year ago, this foyer had gold and purple stripes. Eeeekk! It was pretty bad y’all. One of our first projects was putting up faux shiplap in this space. It completely transformed this area and I love it!
I picked up this pretty wreath from TJ Maxx. No one actually comes through this door, but it adds a pretty touch to the front of the house. There is so much sunshine that comes through the foyer in the morning. It’s beautiful, but it sure makes it difficult to capture a decent photo.
I love changing up the decor in this space for each season and holiday. The spring touches that I added to the foyer are the cute Spring is Here pillow from Target, the pink velvet pillow, the Farmer’s Market bag with the peonies, and the summer hat. Everyone always compliments the horse print. I actually found this in the clearance isle at Hobby Lobby for a steal of $7!
The Living Room
Next stop on the Easter decor tour is the living room. This is the area where we spend most of our time. We love to all snuggle on the sofa and have family movie nights. I have 3 boys and I absolutely love being a boy mom! But that means I don’t get to decorate with pink very often, so any chance I get to add a little pink in my decor excites me. Thank goodness for Valentine’s Day and Easter.
I made these olive tree topiaries on the sideboard. It was an easy DIY that only took about 5 minutes and $10. If you follow along, you will find that most of my decor is either DIY or very budget friendly. I don’t like spending a ton of money on decor because I like to change things up too often. Besides, making it yourself or finding a good deal just gives you more gratification. 😉
I created this mantel using lots of supplies from the Dollar Tree. Again, very budget friendly. You can check out all the details on how I did it [HERE]. Also, I am always “shopping my space” to find things I may be tired of in one area of my home and restyle them in a new area to give a fresh new look.
The window frame was another DIY. I had the window frame already and I just tied the white flower garland around the outer edge of the frame and then hung some stems upside down from the garland. Easy peasy.
I would have to say that this was one of my favorite areas to style! The hoop wreaths on the chippy white banister rail are my favorite!I I change them up with each season.
Alrighty friends, now let’s head into the kitchen. First stop is the coffee bar because coffee is always first, right!
As you can see, I have a little obsession with Rae Dunn. Any other Dunnies out there? I’m still searching for a few of my unicorns, but the hunt is always fun. By the way, I made that scroll for less than $2 by using Dollar Tree supplies. I cut a roll of kraft paper in half and applied wall stickers to it, and viola, you have yourself a scroll.
These pretty white flowers are from my front yard. My husband told me what they are called, but I can’t remember. He is the green-thumb in our family. I kill everything I touch, so I make things look pretty inside and he keeps everything alive outside. I didn’t realize until after I snapped the pic, but it looks like the bunny is sniffing the flowers. Isn’t that cute!
I saw this saying on Pinterest and it made me laugh out loud, so of course, I had to put it on my letterboard. I smile every time I look at it. 🙂
The Breakfast Area
We have a large kitchen with a sitting area and a breakfast area. It was one of the areas that sold me on this house. I love all of the natural light that comes into this area also.
This year, I tried something a little non-traditional. Instead of adding flowers as my centerpiece on the table, I hung them above the table. It came out even better than I envisioned! I had a vintage drying rack that I suspended from the ceiling and I just bent the stems and wrapped them around the slats of the drying rack.
For my place setting, I used a jute weaved placemat and my everyday white plates. I made the napkins rings by filling mini baskets that I picked up at Hobby Lobby with a little Spanish moss and mini plastic eggs, then used a twist-tie to wrap them around the napkin.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my Easter decor tour today! It was a pleasure having you over and I hope you visit again soon! Be sure to scroll down just a little further and visit some of friends for more Easter decor tour inspiration!
Make today awesome, friends! xoxo
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