Hey guys! Today I’m sharing some farmhouse shelf styling ideas for St. Patrick’s Day. It’s part of the Sharin’ o’ The Green blog hop hosted by Amber at Follow The Yellow Brick Home!
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I decorated up our table in our dining room that we use as a wine bar when we host for the holidays.
I love to use anything that’s both vintage and green for St. Patrick’s Day. Vintage bottles and flower frogs of the green persuasion always make it into my St. Patrick’s Day decor.
My heritage has Celtic roots and I like to collect Celtic-themed decor. If it has a Celtic knot on it, I’m all over it! And I love to incorporate it all into my St. Patrick’s Day decor.
If you collect bottles like I do, you probably have a bunch of little ones that can be a challenge to use in decor simply because they’re so small! One trick I’ve learned is to cluster them together like I did in my cloche.
A budget-friendly way to add St. Patrick’s Day (or any holiday) charm are vintage style free printables. I promised myself that for this hop I would use only what I had on hand already and I would not buy anything new. This is a promise I almost always make for every holiday and almost always break, so I’m proud of myself for not doing it this time!
I’m also a rock hound and I have a good sized collection of semi-precious stones. I would like to display them more often, but they can be challenging to incorporate into farmhouse decor. I was able to do it this time by filling a cauldron full of green Aventurine stone chips. Traditionally it’s supposed to be a “pot ‘o gold”, but I think since the Aventurine is green, it’s close enough.
St. Patrick’s Day is right on the cusp of spring, so I always incorporate some spring touches into my St. Patrick’s Day decor, such as birds, nests, mister bottles, potted plants, and flower frogs.
I hope you enjoyed my farmhouse decor ideas for St. Patrick’s Day!
Next up on the hop is Calypso In The Country! You can also check out all the other blogs on the hop through the links below!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!