This room was called the "gentleman's bar" by the realtor when we bought our house. That's because it was owned by a bachelor and when he remodled, he made it larger than the kitchen! Priorities! So it is quite a switch when it goes from masculine to pastel spring decor. Here, I've used part of my collection of LuRay dishes, a 40's era china that is perfect for spring.
Oh yes! Quite a change!
I've used a pink kalanchloe plant from the grocery store in a twig bunny for the table.
He sits on an old Easter embroidered runner that I've had for years.
And, across the room, this little vignette
I'm not a huge fan of decorating with stuffed animals, but I love this cute bunny with a bee skeep on his sweater.
In the living room, this paper mache rabbit has a vintage wooden toy hoe. I would love to find the perfect wooden rabbit to hold this hoe.
I did a post here on this sideboard display in the dining room. I put it up early spring and keep it until after Easter.
Here's a close-up.
And over on this chest, I've used this reproduction Victorian rabbit piece.
Aren't they adorable? There are even velvet pansies.
The guest powder room has a few Easter decorations, too. I've used a Victorian reproduction rabbit here.
I just love the expression on his face!
And here's a velvet bird......
perched in front of a Queen's ware plate.
And this group of embroidered hand towels are ready for guests. They arrive on Friday! We can't wait!!!