Welcome spring and welcome to all of you! I’m excited to be showing my spring home this week and next so I hope you enjoy what I’m sharing this year. It’s always fun to add some spring touches to my foyer and living room console table, so that’s what I’m sharing today, as well as a peek at other parts of my home.
I’m joining a group of bloggers as well hosted by Marty with A Stroll Thru Life. It gives us all some great inspiration as we are decorating our own homes, so hope you enjoy the tours. They started on Monday so be sure and go back and visit as many as you can.
If you’re coming by from Monica Wants It and her colorful home, welcome! I’m also a color lover myself and hope you enjoy your visit! Please sign up for my emails so you don’t miss a thing.
We’re getting lots of sunshine lately and it makes me so happy to see the sun pouring in our foyer and entry hall.
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We’ll start in the living room. I changed out the blue wool rug in here for a more spring and summer look and got out a seagrass rug I’ve had for a long while. Seagrass is great for added texture and lightening things up and I love the change for summer.
You can find my seagrass rug here, it’s 8×8′ and fits in a lot of small spaces including my small dining room. It was perfect with my round table.
The living room is on the small but cozy side and I love it with Plantation shutters and casual elegant style.
My hubby, Mark found that big cabinet years ago at Haverty’s and I always get asked about it. We didn’t paint it, it came that color and it’s a great focal point in the room.
As you can see, I love blue and white and you’ll see lots of that around my house.
I added a pretty spring vignette on my brass and glass coffee table with faux greenery in a blue and white vase.
A bunny under glass is a great way to welcome spring.
Looking to the foyer, you can see the box molding project Mark did before Christmas. We are very proud of this one, it sure adds so much architectural interest to our home.
I love using faux greenery too and most of these from Afloral are very realistic and reasonable too. You can find the eucalyptus here on these links.
I have lots of real plants too but sometimes it’s great to go faux for long lasting blooms that you can use over and over.
Yep, I’m definitely a color lover. So many people ask me the color in this room and it’s Spellbound by Ben Moore. I color matched it to the grasscloth wallpaper in my dining room and also one wall in the living room has wallpaper too.
Moving on to the foyer with more blue and white on the foyer table. I pulled out most of my blue and white pottery pieces and grouped them here.
Blue and white makes a nice impact for spring and goes so well with greens. The foyer table is by Hooker and you can find it here, if interested. That bamboo mirror is a vintage find.
I made these decoupage eggs last year and love them!
Here’s a how to decoupage Easter eggs if you want to try these yourself.
These dried magnolia leaves were left over from Christmas and i couldn’t bare to throw them out, they still look so pretty.
I’ll be sharing my dining room Easter table next week, but here’s a sneak peek. Those pretty pink blossoms are also from AFloral and linked above.
I got these faux flowers from several sources, These cherry blossom stems are similar to the ones I have from Michaels and add a lot to faux arrangements. Those fluffy pink flowers in the front are from Magnolia in Waco.
I hope you enjoyed the tour of my spring home so far. I have a few more spaces to share coming up later.
Don’t miss the next stop on the tour, Pink Peppermint Design. Tammy’s home is always so lovely, I know you’ll love it. And please take the time to visit as many of these links as you can, you are sure to be inspired by all the talent in blogland.
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