If you remember, last year I did a pretty Spring display on my foyer table and had so much fun with it, I couldn’t wait to do another one this year. Only this time, I decided to do soothing beachy colors of aqua and white.
I walked around the house, picking up all things white and aqua and then had fun arranging all the elements into something pleasing to the eye. There is something SO pretty about the robin’s egg blue eggs mixed with seashells. Sitting in this speckled bowl is just the icing on the cake.
I picked up the birdsnest last year, so had everything already for this display. The fabric is a left over sample piece that I had picked up while at Ethan Allen and I’ve always loved the colors in the stripes.
You may remember this pretty shabby chic bird that I picked up last year yardsaling.
That large white shell was also a yardsale find, as was the cute little rattan easel.
Most of these aqua items were yardsale or thriftstore finds for very little money. It sure was fun finding all of them.
Rosie's Whimsy says
What a great display. I adore the bird’s nest and the shabby birds….they are wonderful! 🙂 Rosie
Jen r. says
Such a pretty displpay and so easy to look at. I love that bird.. and I love that lamp shade you redid from an earlier post!
Pretty colors, pretty display it screams spring, except for the lamp I don’t think that works with your spring theme.
Good Morning Rhoda,
Oh what a pretty fabric, I love strips…nice job..I have to get crackin myself…I still have my St. Patrick display up. I have to say I don’t enjoy an early Easter !!!
Have a great day,
I’m a big fan of your blog and have received much inspriration from it.
So please take this as just a suggestion from a person w/o near as much experiance in decorating as you.
But I wonder if the beautiful things on this table (esp. the blue glass) would have more of an impact if there weren’t so many items on it. Maybe 2 less items would draw your eye in more.
Ohhhhh such wonderful soft springy colors you used….love the bird nests!!! Everything looks just wonderful!!!
Easter is so early this year! I have eggs out nearly year-round but had to remove them to make way for decoratins for a recent party- I think you’ll love my tablescape if I ever get around to posting about it! Glad that I can enjoy your Easter displays! They are lovely as usual Rhoda! Love the shabby chic bird!
That color combination is so calming. What a great way to welcome “Spring!”
I’m looking forward to meeting up with you real soon. I’ll let you know when I’m coming to B’ham and we’ll make it a date!
Hugs – Judy
I love the colors. I want to go yardsaling with you! Do you have a plan when you go, do you get up very early to go, etc? You have an eye for finding great treasures!! Lucy
What a beautiful spring vignette, Rhoda ~ love everything!
Have a wonderful day!
Painted Pink Pot says
Your ideas are so nice. What a beautiful spring display…….Stacy
Mrs. B says
I love your display! Love the colors. I wish I could find eggs like that. I only ever see the kind that are flourescent and plasticy looking!
You are such a classy lady with classy style…love to visit your blog and dream…..
Love to you,
Southern Heart says
Everything looks so pretty and festive. Happy Easter, Rhoda!
I love your display! It makes me want to hunt Easter eggs with my children on a warm beach somewhere. Happy Spring Paula
I love it! I have the same sprig style basket with eggs. I bought it at a fruit stand/gift shop here at 75% off I just thought it was so unique.
I love the colors! I saw some great eggs somewhere in the last day or two. They were marble, pastels. Now if I can just remember where I was, when I saw them!
Pretty spring display, Rhoda.
I just finished spring cleaning the kitchen/hearth room area today. So happy that’s finished for awhile!!
What a beautiful eclectic mix. Eggs and shells, feathers and vases. You show such a fabulous sense of style. I find your blog and photos so inspiring. Great ideas without the great expense.
Thank you for the inspiration! I love the aqua and sandy tones together. I think I need to stop by our local Fleatique today and do some ‘looking’….hmmm… Happy Spring!
Mila In PA