Anyone else ready for spring? It’s officially time to start sharing spring content on the blog! Today I wanted to share a bunny spring centerpiece with you guys. These Pottery Barn bunnies were a huge hit last year. I was so happy to add to my collection this year. I shared how I styled these in our living room [HERE] & in our mudroom [HERE]. Let’s chat about the bunny spring centerpiece on a table! I played with some different looks & wanted to share some of them with you today to hopefully inspire you with some cozy spring looks…
If you guys saw on my Instagram stories we have made some updates to the library over the past few weeks. We shared the full reveal of our painted cabinets [HERE]! After that, we added bead-board to the walls of the library. This created a little more interest in the trim work framing the opening to the library and front room. A few years back we tore off our ceilings and had an exposed floor joist look for a long time. Originally it was popcorn ceilings that I wanted to refresh. However, I wasn’t sure how we wanted this room to tie together. We painted and loved the look for a few years. I could definitely see this look fitting in spaces around the house. We wanted to formalize this space a little more by making it a library. So we wanted to add ceiling treatment with 1×4 casing that we will add faux beams running perpendicular to the slotted casing for even more intimate room and added interest. More updates on the blog soon!
Spring Centerpiece Formula = bunny + everyday dishes + cake stand + houseplant + neutral tablecloth
We are currently painting the beadboard and still working on the ceiling, so we had to move the sofa out of this room but I thought it’d be a great opportunity to style something pretty in here. I moved the dining table into here since we can easily move around it to paint and it is much lighter to shift around the room when we get back to working on the ceiling. So with the table in place, I wanted to create a quick spring centerpiece to showcase this fun little collection of mine. I simply laid out my linen grid tablecloth, then added a few everyday dishes, the Pottery Barn bunnies, and some spring plants! This look is super easy to achieve with just a few simple elements. The plants and bunnies add a touch of spring while also keeping everything really neutral and cozy.
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I hope this inspires you for getting started with your spring decor! I would love to know, do you like adding bunny figurines like this Pottery Barn Bunny collection into your spring decor? Don’t forget that you can find even more of my spring posts [HERE]. Thank you for stopping by the blog today & every day.