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March 25, 2018

Simple Spring Decor with Tulips and Bunnies

As spring slowly works its way to the northeast, I have slowly begun to decorate for the season.  With Easter approaching, I like to put out a few things that will work both for Easter and the whole spring season.

Blue and White vignette with tulips

A trip to the grocery store for tulips is a quick and easy place to start.

Tulips in blue and white pitcher

And I love displaying them in pitchers...especially blue and white ones.

Blue and white vignette on seagrass tray

I am always changing what I display on this seagrass tray.  It is such a versatile piece that adds just the right amount of texture to a space.

White tulips for spring

The tray sits on the console table between the kitchen and family room.

White tulips and spring vignette

Since the rooms are open to each other, I like to coordinate the sames colors in both spaces.  Lately, I have been adding a lot of blue to this area.


blue and white candlesticks in kitchen

The pitcher ties into the blue and white candle sticks on my counter.  I also added some subtle Easter pieces like the bunny on my stove mantel.

Bunny on stove mantel

Bunnies and a little greenery...my Easter decor is done!

Spring in the kitchen 

Actually, I might add a few more things as Easter gets closer.  Or I might just keep a simple look which is more spring than Easter.  The bunnies are simple enough to keep all spring.

Blue willow plate and white tulips for spring

Here's another corner with more white tulips, a blue and white plate and another little bunny.

Blue willow and white bunny

And above the fridge, you can't go wrong with simple white pitchers, bunnies and beadboard...

White pitchers, bunnies and beadboard

And just like that, my spring/Easter decor is pretty much done!  Quick, easy and no lugging bins up and down from the basement.  I think I am still recovering from the Christmas clean up!

If you want to see more tulip inspiration, I wrote a post last year, Ways I Have Decorated With Tulips where I shared some more ideas.

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I actually bought most of these pieces from Homegoods, but if you are looking for something similar and can't find it there, here are a few ideas:

I couldn't find anything close to my candlesticks but I like this candlestick as well.
You can usually find white ceramic pitchers at Homegoods but if not, this Mikasa pitcher is cute.
These ceramic bunnies are absolutely adorable .
This blue and white ceramic pitcher is really pretty.
If you host Easter, this dish would be so cute for entertaining.
Here is a round seagrass serving tray and a very versatile rectangular rattan tray.
I bought my rattan charges at Pier One but these rattan chargers look similar.
These are the Johnson Brothers Blue Willow Plates I have.
Hope that helps!

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Simple Spring Decor with Tulips and Bunnies

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8 comments

  1. Cute spring ideas, Shelley. I am using more blue in my decor, too. I sure hope you get some spring weather soon. We are rainy and cold today and tomorrow, but then spring returns.

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  2. Shelley, perfect spring without all the fuss! You can never have too much blue and white! Happy Spring!

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  3. Shelley it all looks so pretty! I love the blue and white and bunny.

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  4. These are perfect little spring touches. Very pretty! Happy Spring!

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  5. Shelley tulips are one of my favorite flowers. I love how you incorporated them throughout your home. Thank you so very much for linking to the Spring and Easter Joys party. Have a very Happy Easter!

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  6. Very sweet Spring-Easter vignettes, Shelley! I'm with you, my bunnies (all the neutral color ones) are going to be on display for awhile. I love decorating with pitchers, too!

    Hope you are having a lovely Easter!
    Carol

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  7. You had me at tulips! I have featured you tonight for The Spring and Easter Joys Link Party Highlights. Happy Spring!https://followtheyellowbrickhome.com/inspiring-highlights-spring-and-easter-joys-link-party-round-up/

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  8. Love your use of blue, white, and pink. Beautiful. Thank you for sharing at Snickerdoodle and I am sharing your Simple Spring Decor at the party this weekend.

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