Monday, March 12, 2018

Easter Decor on Kitchen Sideboard

I had a lot of fun styling our kitchen sideboard for Easter.  Part of it might have been that the sideboard is fairly new so I've never done any spring decor on it and part of it might have been that I got to ignore all the snow that still lies outside. :(

It's going to be a long time before it happens outdoors but it's definitely starting to look like spring inside.

I began my decorating with two of these white bunnies I got a few years back at Pier 1.

I placed spring greens and blossoms inside these little burlap sacks and put them on a wood charger.

The round wall accent piece is new and replaces a large clock I had there. 

I found it displayed over the door frame of the women's washroom in a gas station on one of our recent travels.  Couldn't believe it was for sale and hanging there of all places!

White blossoms add height to the display.

A simple spring vignette was styled on the right side.

Since I took away the large clock, I had to add this small one as we are always looking in this direction to see the time.

This burlap shopping bag is from Canadian Superstore and is so handy, I actually use it for more then decorative purposes. :)

The corner area got some styling as well.

A cute bunny and bicycle pillow sit atop a wooden stool.

It is hard to get a good picture of it but I also decorated the shelf above the sideboard.

Another spring vignette was created on the left side.

This wooden cross reminds us of the true meaning of Easter.

The full view on the far wall of the kitchen.

Spring branches and faux pussy willows were placed inside this woven vase.

The inside of the sideboard is kept mostly functional as our liquor and glassware cabinet.

However, I did place this little grouping on one of the middle shelves.

How is the weather in your neck of the woods?

Has spring sprung outdoors or are you like me and having to pretend indoors?

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