Spring is definitely in the air (ah choo!) so I decided to break out the Easter/Spring decorations. I went with bunny decor for Easter. It’s always so easy for me to decorate for spring because the bunnies are so cheery and when it comes time to take them down, the house doesn’t look as bare as when I remove the Christmas stuff. I thought this post might inspire you lovely readers to look in your closets and drawers to see what treasures might be hidden away from previous years. And if your current spring decorations are looking a little worse for the wear, read on for some fun new ideas!
This first bunny may well be my favorite. I bought him several years ago at Homegoods and he looks like a large foil-wrapped chocolate bunny (similar, here, and here). I perched him in a large flat basket on my great room ottoman and at night I light the two hurricanes right next to him while we catch up on our shows.
Bunny Decor for Easter
This cute egg wreath (similar one, here) is happy and looks sharp against the arched dark wood front door. It really holds up to the sunny western exposure.
Here is more bunny decor for Easter. This is a darling Pottery Barn (from two years ago) bunny pillow (similar here, here, and here). Pro-Tip: I actually change my Pottery Barn pillows out several times per year (#crazylady) by just taking the cover off the insert and switching to the next holiday. I prefer the down pillow inserts from Amazon, (see link below), to the inserts at Pottery Barn as they seem to be higher quality. The great cable throw is from Pottery Barn (old, similar, here).
I don’t know where I found this burlap bunny (old, similar, here) but he’s pretty cute lounging in one of my great room alcoves. I popped the yellow gross grain bow on his neck and then wrapped his paw around some papier mache carrots (similar, here). Aren’t the carrots colorful?
Bunny decor for Easter and Spring: Here are three darling metallic (Pottery Barn) bunnies(old, similar, here) that are currently stationed in my powder room. They’re next to a topiary (similar, here) and would also look cute on a guest room bedside table.
This white ceramic (Pottery Barn!) bunny (similar,) is pretending to be a bookend for my wonderful cookbook collection. He’s so neutral he might be allowed to stay all year in this spot.
Besides Bunny Decor for Easter…
So besides bunnies, I have several neat roosters. This beauty is from Sur la Table and I love how majestic he looks on my island! To “spring him up”, I added a Homegoods rustic wire basket (similar, here) filled with artificial brown eggs and shredded yellow paper grass.
This bunny is from Door County, Wisconsin (old) and he’s happily standing next to an old fern stand.
Here’s my bright yellow silk forsythia arrangement on my kitchen table. I love putting these tall flowers in a clear vase like this as it looks so airy and happy, don’t you think?
This is my last spring vignette. As a retired dermatologist, I collect various hats. These two cute ones are by my back door. The cream one is perched on a birdhouse given to me by my dear friend Pattie. So whenever I see it, I think of her. This hat is made by the Wallaroo hat company and is wonderful for several reasons. First and foremost, it’s cute on. That’s critical. Secondly, it’s two-toned so it goes with white and natural clothing items. Lastly, it’s crushable and therefore easy to pack. The second more brownish/natural fedora is from J. Jill (old, similar, here). It’s classy and you’ll be seeing it on my Spring walks shortly. Stay tuned…
I hope you are now inspired to get some fun bunny decor for Easter or Spring. Tell me in the comments below which bunny is your favorite!
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