I didn’t do much this year for spring decorating. In fact, I’ve had a lot of transitional decor out since Christmas so I decided to keep using it. I did add a few things, and some of it you’ll likely recognize from last year.
First off, I made these moss balls and put them in a basket on our office book shelves. I love the simple way they add some green to the room.
Also in the office: this green topiary with some burlap covered books.
These are some DIY apothecary jars on our front entry table. I used some leftover Spanish moss from the moss balls to surround the candle (it won’t be lit), some dried grapevine to make a nest for this cute little bird, and some more grape vine to put under the eggs.
These cute little bunnies and this cute little nest live in my kitchen.
Remember these tea towels from Target? They’re in my kitchen too.
My “fake mantle” in the dining room. It has a cake plate with a DIY nest and some eggs, a glass bird on a nest under a cloche, a bird print, a hobnail candle holder, and a boxwood in a galvanized pail.
This is my dining room. I have a burlap runner, some topiaries on the china cabinet and in the window, and some more boxwood in galvanized pails. Apologies for the poor picture quality 🙁
This concludes my very toned down Spring decorating. Stay tuned for more.
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