Inspiring Easter Decor

Hey mamas!
Today I have a special treat for you!  Kindra is showing us how she styles her fabulous home at Easter.  Kindra is no stranger to this blog.  You can see her seasonal decor and other visits to this blog here.  She has a beautiful arrangement of Easter decor.  I’m sure you will get tons of ideas!
Hi Everyone!
Welcome to my home at Springtime! Easter is in my top 3 favorite holidays. My mom always went all out for it when I was little. I dyed Easter eggs and she hid them for me through college. I remember the first Easter Paul and I spent together. We arrived at my parents and my mom was giddy with excitement about the egg hunt. He said, “You really still dye and hunt Easter eggs?” I said,” Yep, welcome to the family.”
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This year I bought a couple fun new Spring items while treasure hunting with Amanda. First up, the fabulous vintage wheelbarrow. I had to have it! I filled it with pastel and paper mache eggs from Michaels and displayed it on my island with a bucket of flowers and a cute bunny I picked up at Home Goods.
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A few touches of burlap because I can’t celebrate a holiday without it and Voila! A masterpiece.
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Also in my kitchen I have a few display areas that I love to incorporate a little holiday cheer.
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I picked up these super cute “Crunch” carrot plates at Home Goods this season and added a few egg cups and a chocolate bunny for the finishing touch to my vintage scale.
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On our kitchen table, my standard tray with the usual tarnished silver pieces. I love the keep this the same and change out the little details for each holiday as well. Here I added a mini basket and nests I picked up at Cost Plus.
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In the living room I have this darling table I picked up at my favorite vintage store and it makes the perfect display area for holiday items.
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I found this carrot garland at Rod Works this year and the bunny came from a nursery out of town.
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I found coordinating vegetables made from natural elements at Cost Plus this year and thought they were perfect in the old grain scooper.
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On my coffee table I keep the standard crate and change it out for the seasons as well. I added some fun carrots I picked up at Raley’s this year and a potted mini daffodil from TJ’s. A new friend gave me the adorable bunny dish with the most amazing pastel Jordan Almonds from William Sonoma. They are seriously delish!
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On my side table, another chocolate bunny and silver bowl of eggs.
(Sometimes while laying on the couch at night I think about reaching over and eating the ears off the bunny just to see how long before anyone notices…lol)
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Our entry way wlecomes our guests with a darling pennant banner I picked up at Target this year. On one side I have an old crate with vintage books, a 1950’s copy of Peter Rabbit and a moss covered carrot my mom gave me years ago.
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On top are three dairy bottles of daffodils. TJ’s sells bunches of daffodils all season for $1.29. I buy 3 a week to change them out. A small price for something that makes me so happy every time I walk in the front door.
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On the other side of the credenza is my moss bunny. My MIL gave him to me a few years back and I love him. I filled his backpack and the Spring basket (from Michaels) with a bunch of cute felted eggs I got at Target a few years ago.
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Out front, oversized eggs lie in wait with some cute signage to direct the Easter Bunny!
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I leave the front door area empty this time of year because we try to avoid any hiding places for resident rattlesnakes.
Next year, I will DIY two matching wreaths though. Put that on my To Do list!
Hoping everyone has a wonderful Easter!
Wow!  Thanks so much for sharing this with us!  It’s amazing!  I really wish I had the ability to put things together as beautifully as her.  Really fabulous!
XOXO
A
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2 thoughts on “Inspiring Easter Decor

  1. I’ll take it! All of it, wrap it up please…. LOVE LOVE LOVE the huge eggs in the front yard, such a cute idea, I’m going to need to rememeber that for next year. Thanks for the ideas!

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