Winter in Virginia has been rainy and dreary this year and we have gotten zero snow. Zero. So disappointing! We only get a couple of snows each winter and they melt quickly, but it’s so much fun to hunker down and have an excuse to do nothing but watch it fall. So, if I can’t have snow, let’s get on with spring!! Here are some ideas to help your decor transition from winter to spring.
Valentine’s Day was over a month ago, and Easter isn’t until April 21st this year, so I feel like it’s still a bit early to bring out all the Easter decor. I wanted to brighten my decor and rid the house of the heavy winter mood until it’s time for all the bunnies and chicks. Anyone else feel this way during one of those years like this when Easter arrives later than usual?
Greenery brightens up any space and adding wooden folk art to the mix adds a fun feel that adds to the light mood. I found the cute mini swan at Home Goods a few weeks ago and was tickled when I found the love sign at TJ Maxx. They’re a perfect match! The sweet folk art swan piece with the black and white checked base is from Nancy Thomas, one of my favorite folk artists.
This gorgeous bunny is the big brother to the little bunny on my coffee table. He is holding a working pocket watch and standing in front of my favorite MacKenzie-Childs Courtly Check pitcher holding a bunch of perky white spring flowers. Green preserved boxwood balls perched on white stoneware add the perfect early spring touch. The green and white gingham table runner is available on Amazon.com and comes in lots of other colors.
If you’re not ready for all the bunnies, chicks, and Easter eggs just yet, consider using touches of bright green and white to brighten your space while you wait for the big bunny to arrive!
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