Farmhouse Easter In the Entryway

Happy Friday Everyone!

I hope you have had a good week. Easter is fast approaching and I'm well ahead of decorating this year! In fact, I might have been a little too quick off the mark. All I need now is the chocolate!  😋

Today I'm sharing my Easter decor in the Entryway. 

Our entryway table is always a great place to add seasonable decorations.  It's also the space everyone sees when they first walk in so I like to have it looking pretty. 😁

You've all seen my favourite mirror.  Probably one of my favourite purchases in fact! 

It has a great little shelf for decorating too!

The little bird cages are actually bookends I found at the op shop a while back. 

The candle is from my Glasshouse collection and I've wrapped it with vintage sheet music. 

The cute little bunny is from Bed Bath n Table last year. 



The basket is also from Bed Bath n Table. And the little vintage bottles are part of my Valentine's decor. 


I found this cute vintage advertisement online which I printed and framed in an old frame. 

This bunny has been a constant over the years, also from Bed Bath n Table. I've seated it on a small stack of vintage books. 

I finally got around to gluing down the sides of my old tool box I thrifted recently. I gave it a sand and also added a coat of clear poly. 

The flowers are from BBnT and the plates I purchased last year at Kmart as part of last year's table setting. (I have new ones for this year 😉.)

The tulips are also from BBnT.  I had been keeping an eye out for tulips for Easter cause I couldn't find them anywhere last year, and so when they came in stock late last year, I grabbed myself a couple of bunches and put them away. Cause sometimes you gotta do that. 😁

I thrifted this basket a few weeks back. I've added a small crock with vintage spoons and some old wooden rolling pins. 

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Julie

Comments

  1. Oh, Love everything! So beautiful... just my style, ha ha... Happy upcoming Easter to you! My Jesus touch you, with his loving hand!

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  2. It is just lovely, Julie. I LOVE that mirror. It makes such a statement and really sets the mood for the whole foyer. Hugs- Diana

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    1. Thanks Diana! I don't think I'll ever get tired of that mirror. :)

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