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Monday, April 18, 2011

Spring Has Spring Indoors

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 
 featured daffodils.

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!!!


  1. What sweet little bunnies and pastel goodies are out and about for spring. I remember when you posted about the centerpiece on the buffet. It looks like an amazing amount of work. LuRay dishes are new to me. They are perfect for spring! ~ Sarah

  2. Love all of your wonderful vignettes. Your bunnies are fabulous and your home is stunning. Hugs, Marty


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