Looking for Easter decorating ideas? This spring home tour is full of ways to add Easter touches to spring decor in the kitchen, family room, living room, and dining room! ⟹
Today I’m sharing another spring tour of our home, the Easter Edition!
And I’m teaming up with over 20 other bloggers and we are all opening our homes with basketfuls of spring ideas. A special thank you to Leen at Sand Dollar Lane for putting together our Celebrating Spring 2022 blog hop! If you are coming over from touring Kim’s house at Cottage in the Mitten, welcome to my home and I hope you enjoy your visit!! Isn’t Kim’s bedroom always so charming, especially dressed up for spring?
I know not everyone decorates for Easter, but there is something so cheerful and mood lifting for me about having a few rabbits and eggs sprinkled around.
Maybe it’s the cuteness of the bunnies and the fresh colors.
Maybe it’s the childhood memories of Easter baskets, chocolate bunnies, and Cadbury creme eggs.
And maybe it’s even the adult memories of taking our family photo in front of the blooming azaleas in our Easter finest and then spending a beautiful spring day outside after church together hunting eggs.
My early spring tour in March was all about flowers. Many of these are still in place but as we ease toward Easter Sunday and away from winter, the bunnies and eggs have made their annual appearance around the house to spread their Easter cheer!
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Easter decorating in the kitchen.
In the kitchen, I used flowering branches on the kitchen island for early spring, and I simply embellished those by hanging speckled eggs in muted colors from a few of the branches.
The branches are faux but look quite realistic with the water in the vase and a touch of craft paint on the black plastic stems. They definitely wouldn’t look the same after a month if they were real! I paired this vase of spring blossoms on a breadboard with a stack of adorable bunny plates from Pier One (I wish I had bought one more before they closed their stores!)
My grumpy bunny showed up this Easter under the glass cloche on the counter. His expression doesn’t really show in this photo but he always looks annoyed which makes me laugh. This year that face may be because he is trapped under glass, lol!
On the breakfast table, I built a spring garden themed Easter tablescape around the early spring centerpiece already in place, adding more garden pots, grapevine wreath “chargers”, and my mother-in-law’s vintage rabbits.
I topped each table setting with a vintage French inspired bunny garden pot that doubles as a place card and as an Easter gift. I’m sharing the complete directions for this fun diy idea here. Hard to believe they started out as plain old orange terra cotta pots!
I had two extra clay pots from the set, so I made another very easy craft to add to the centerpiece…these decoupage garden pots:
I used purple flowers from a spring napkin to add to the spring centerpiece and to match the purple flowers already there. I think this technique looks like the flowers were handpainted! You can check out this fun spring decoupage paper napkin craft here.
Easter decorating in the family room.
I also left the flowering branches in place here on the simple spring mantle and draped green and cream speckled eggs here too. They match the neutral spring color scheme of tan, gray, cream, and moss green I used this season for this room.
And on the hutch, another bunny under glass. This one is dear to my heart…it decorated my youngest child’s first birthday cake.
Easter decorating in the living room.
The living room was already full of spring flowers for early spring but I added a couple of Easter touches to the coffee table. I filled a lattice bowl with wooden eggs that were decoupaged with pink and green flowers from a paper napkin using the same technique as the decoupaged garden pot!
And this room needed bunnies of course, so I replaced the French garden pot with the bottom of this pretty Fitz and Floyd rabbit cookie jar.
Easter decorating in the dining room.
The dining room Easter tablescape is centered around my mother-in-law’s Old Country Rose china. She loved collecting dishes and these were some of her favorites. I feel so blessed that she gave them to me while she was still alive and I think about her so much when I bring them out in the springtime. I’ll be sharing all of the details soon on this tablescape, so be sure to come back for some ideas to set your table for Easter Sunday!
I included two more easy Easter crafts for this tablescape. This cute bunny napkin fold:
And I upcycled a bunch of old mismatched bunny figurines into a faux chocolate bunny buffet!
I’m sharing these two fun Easter DIYs in upcoming posts as well so that you can use them in your Easter decor this season.
Over in the dining room wine bar, it looks like these bunnies may have taken a little nip…
I hope you enjoyed my spring tour with the Easter additions! The next stop on the tour today is at our host Leen’s home…you can see how she added spring accents to her pretty coastal style farmhouse kitchen. And check out all of the other homes today and tomorrow for lots more spring ideas!
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