We’ve had some beautiful weather here in North Carolina and hopefully it will hold though the weekend. We’re actually not hosting anyone for Easter dinner as of now, but that is subject to change at the last minute.
The camellias and azaleas are blooming, and so is the pollen!
| Bunny: HomeGoods |
The kitchen table has a bouquet of snapdragons and fresh artichokes.
If you follow us on Facebook, then you saw my absolutely amazing thrift shop score–twelve gold and white Limoges plates for $25!
They are gorgeous:
| Nests: Hobby Lobby | Silver: Old Master by Towle | Glasses: Mikasa Stephanie |
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I put my great-grandmother’s pale pink Depression glass plates on top of them, but they’re so pale you can barely even see them.
| Napkins: HomeGoods | Bunny Place Card Holders: Target |
The eggs are from our neighbor’s backyard chickens…they are delicious and we are spoiled!
The place cards are a free printable, and you can download them from this post.
| Chandelier: Ballard |
My mom’s Ethan Allen secretary is in the dining room, too.
| Sheepskin rug: HomeGoods | Dresser: Roadside rescud |
My sheepskin rug washed up beautifully after poor Sunny died. I’m not sure if you remember, but he took it over after Christmas and I couldn’t bear to take it away from him. Since he only had a few months left, I’m glad I shared. 🙁
| Lamp, bust, apothecary jar: HomeGoods | Tray: Michael’s |
Last, but not least, I feel like my office is always sporting spring colors with the bright pink table I painted a few weeks ago (see more here). By the way, I came in second place in the Rust-Oleum contest I entered it in, but I’m kind of glad because if I had won, I would have had to give my pink table away! There’s always a silver lining, right?
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