Hey guys! Welcome to the Vintage Easter Joys blog hop hosted by Amber at Follow The Yellow Brick Home. If you are coming over from her blog, I am sure you were bedazzled by her lovely home and amazing Easter decor!
Today I’m sharing a Easter vignette on our entryway sideboard, a coffee table centerpiece in our living room, and our hutch that I decorated up for Easter in our family room.
I love our entryway sideboard as it is so fun to decorate up for the seasons and holidays!
I didn’t notice it until after I finished decorating, but I seem to have a scale theme going on here.
This is a candy scale that my late grandfather had. He used to frequent flea markets (we have that in common) and he more than likely got it there. The wood “brick” holds the counterweights that was used with the scale. I used some 8″ grapevine wreaths, an egg basket, some plastic and paper covered eggs I bought from JoAnns, artificial spring blossom sprigs, and old books tied with twine and some cute free printable tags from Lilac & Lavender.
One of my vintage kitchen scales, some pulleys I got from a cousin, a couple of ceramic birds and a vintage reproduction Easter tray I bought from Amazon, a couple of ceramic birds I bought from Hobby Lobby, more artificial spring blossom sprigs, and a vintage Easter card stuck in a flower frog completes the vignette.
I have a thing for vintage flower frogs, especially the spiky ones that I can stick things into like this vintage Easter card.
This hutch is in the corner of our family room next to our entertainment center. When I bought it from one of my cousins, I was painted a deep brick red. It was pretty in red, but it didn’t fit our decor so I painted it and I’m very happy with the results. I also love that it’s a corner hutch and it fills this space perfectly.
I know a lot of you guys are probably thinking “it’s too busy!” I don’t always put this much stuff in this hutch, but I like to mix it up a bit, especially with all the fun pastel colors I get to play with for Easter decor. I also like to put out as much flea market finds as I can at any given time, or they just stay tucked away in the back of one of our closets, and what fun is that?
The wicker basket set I bought at Decor Steals. The distressed wooden bunnies, plastic eggs and artificial floral sprigs I bought from Hobby Lobby. The grapevine wreaths, nests, and potted artificial boxwood plants I bought at Amazon. Everything else I got either at flea markets or from my late grandparent’s estate.
Last but not least, our coffee table in our front room.
I bought the bunny last year at JoAnns. I checked this year and they didn’t have it again. 🙁 I bought the chicken wire cloche on Amazon and the lavender springs at Hobby Lobby.
As I’m sure you can tell, I’m totally in love with these tags!
I hope you enjoyed my farmhouse Easter decor ideas! Next up is Kristen at White Arrows Home. You will love her gorgeous rustic cabin style!
Thank you so much for checking out my farmhouse Easter decor ideas and enjoy the rest of the hop!