|Yes, that fluffy furball in the bottom of the picture is Teddy. I was going to crop it out, but figured… this is my home and he is always hanging around.|
This is one of those instances where the easiest things can be fun and add just what you need. I used some branches from outside and places these paper flowers in the branches. It works out wonderfull, adding a little fun.
This is the wreath I had hanging above the mantel for my winter home decor. I thought this was a different way of using it for my coffee table. We also made this coffee table, from a dining room table we were not going to use. I know I have a lot of new readers who might have missed all of these tutorials. Trying to help them find some new reading, and you know… shameless plug and all.
Another appearance of me, well a half appearance. Those cute little paper birds will be featured at Fancy Shanty soon. They were really simple and fun to make. This mirror was a fun project I did for Homedit. Lots of little things I created and made here. I think this buffet table works nicely here. It all works for a spring theme so well.
I like to keep things simple on my dining room table. With kids, food, messes, spills, homework, playdoh, whatever it is kids do at the table. It can be chaotic here. Using some mason jars, some candles, and fake apples. It gives just enough sparkle and shine to this. I also can decorate a little more rustic and light colors now that I have a darker farm house table. It all pops and blends it just the right places.
That is it. Well, not exactly. I have a few more projects that are spring specific to share. Some that made a appearance in this tour. Others that are not done yet. I will add them and share when the time is right. Maybe sharing a few differing shots of spring home tour if need be. I like to keep things somewhat simple, layered, pops of color, and bring in a slight rustic and nature blend into it. Makes sense right? If anyone has any questions on specific items, furniture, or other pieces I did not cover hit me up and ask away. I am happy to give any sources I can. Although Gavin is not available at any stores. He is one of a kind!