Today I’m sharing my Easter Tablescape and some Spring decor. Springtime is always so fresh and invigorating, the warming air, bright sunshine, green grass, and blooming flowers.
I find it quite inspiring that Easter falls in the spring. That God chose to set the timeline for the Resurrection in the spring. When the new life was appearing in nature and wildlife. What better time for our Redemption to be made complete than in the springtime. For Jesus to conquer death and come forth from the grave triumphant. Death no longer has any victory – Jesus wins!
I’ve had this crown of thorns for several years now and it always finds its way into the spring decor. It’s a great visual reminder that the wondrous newness of life everlasting came at a great price.
Flowering tree branches are from a friends trees. Flowers were purchased from Consider the Lilies.
Chocolate eggs and bunnies are, of course, from Winans.
This darling, unique little bud vase is from The Ivy League in downtown Greenville, OH. They carry the most fun, unique flower containers in their little shop in the front of their florist business.
The flower arrangement is just stuck together in a vintage trophy. I like the asymetrical look of a ‘messy’ flower arrangement.
Looking into our living room from the dining room you can see where my wall-to-wall shelf used to be. I miss having a shelf to display things on, but it was time to change things up. I hope to find some amazing, chippy old corbels this year and make a much smaller shelf for the center of the wall. I’m also still contemplating putting some shiplap of sorts on the entire wall first.
My dining room nook. Still one of my favorite features of this old, farmhouse-style townhouse!
I love this big old chandelier here. Angie from Knick of Time was selling this one and a smaller one that her parents did not need. I bought them, thinking I could resell them at Smith Merchants where I’ve been working and selling my goods for a few years now. When the chandis arrived I fell completely in love with this big one and hinted that it would be awfully cool in our dining room. My hubby shrugged and said, ‘sure, lights aren’t hard to change out’ and soon I had my chandi 🙂
He is Risen Indeed.
It’s still not white. It’s going to be such a big job to paint this piece and I just keep putting it off. But every time I walk by I wish it were white. And every time I edit a photo of it I wish it even more. You would not believe how ORANGE this piece really is. I’ve spared you the strain on your retinas by editing out the yellow and orange that show up in the photos raw from the camera.
The inside of one of the doors does have some paint on it – I did some sample spots to see what look I really wanted to go for. Now I just need to make the time commitment to get it done.
Medium sized letter board from Letterfolk. I love this thing! I’ll be using it at my pop-up shop shows to display pricing and details but it needs a place to reside between shows so I added it to this wall for now.
The wire baskets on the wall make a fun texture and add a lot of interest when some 3-d objects are added instead of just a print or flat item.
My go-to pop of color seems to be aqua. It’s just so fun. I keep looking at this piece and imagining it white though, so don’t hold your breath that it will stay this bright color!
May your Easter weekend be blessed and happy and joyful my friends!