Easter Decor

Well, with Easter just around the corner, I decided to get started on the decorating. As you will see in the following pictures, I went a little crazy with the Easter Bunny theme this year. I think there will be bunny dreams in my future. With inspiration from family and antiques, I hope you enjoy these pictures and I wish you a wonderful day with family and friends.


Easter tells us that life is to be interpreted not simply in terms of things but in terms of ideals. 

Charles M. Crowe



The adorable dish above was a yard sale find that I couldn’t pass up. You can’t see it but there are little white bird foot prints along the inside. These Easter Chicks are just too cute.




My vintage bunny with spring greens.



I bought the dish above for Izzy the cat. I tried to have her use it as her spring water dish but she just kept batting the bunnies ears and walking away. So now, Bunny Candy Dish.



My Anthropologie Egg  Crate with eggs prior to dying.




I was inspired by my Uncle Donny and his vintage oil lamp Easter Decor. After seeing his pictures, I  took off to Pottery Barn and William Sonoma for a few decorations.






Local brown and blue dyed Easter Eggs




Egg nest candle in vintage soup torrine






Our lovely neighbor Mary made these eggs for us a few years back. Made out of dental floss of all things. So cute.




Bunny and a basket from Pottery Barn has a new home with the bar glasses.





Birds nest with eggs on my chicken plates.

Happy Easter.



  1. I can see you really had fun putting together all these Easter arrangements. I am glad to see you have
    as much as I do. We actually have a section in the loft just for Easter material. We really need to get outside!!!

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