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As soon as we arrived home from spring break this last weekend, we started pulling out the Easter stuff and putting away the few St. Patrick Day decorations I had out. Most of our Easter decorations were past thrift store finds and had seen better days, so I decided to purchase several new items this year.
The first space I tackled was this table in the hallway. With the exception of our daughter’s room and an outdated bathroom we do not any rooms decorated with these colors in our home, so I thought these items would blend best in the hallway with the rest of the decor. The lantern, tray, and lamp are pieces that I always have on this table.
Plastic Easter eggs are an inexpensive way to decorate and I had plenty. I did not care for the bow that came on the bunny so I changed it out with one my daughter’s hair bows. Initially she was upset, but soon she was showing it off to anyone who would look at the bunny. The bunny was purchased at Hobby Lobby. The flower arrangement on the bottom was purchased at Kirkland’s.
This chair sits next to the above table in the hallway. I found it at an antique store last summer. It normally holds a plaque I purchased through Esty that says: please excuse the mess we are busy making memories. I swapped the plaque out with this bunny that I purchased last year on clearance after Easter at Gordman’s.
This tray sits on our coffee table in the living room. I changed out the books in the tray with Easter books and added the bunny. For several years, our kids received Easter books in their Easter baskets, so we have a large collection to choose from. I changed the runner under the tray to an Easter themed runner. The runner is old, but the bunny was purchased this year at Hobby Lobby.
These bunnies are on our dinning room table. I recently purchased them at Hobby Lobby. I have been searching for a tray for this table for a while and found this one at Home Goods last week. My kids picked up the carrots at Gordman’s. I initially was not thrilled with being talked into the purchase and unsure of where I would put them, but I think they work great here. The pot is from Joann Fabrics and the plant is from our local grocery store.