Welcome to our home! Decorating for Easter and spring gets me so excited for warmer weather. Here in Cleveland, Ohio, we sometimes get snow into April, so I love having flowers and bright colors all around the house as we anxiously await the spring weather to arrive! In today’s post, I’m sharing with you my easter decor and my spring decorations for 2019. Hope you enjoy this easter decor eye candy!
Also in the foyer, I’ve got the raincoats and rain boots out for winter by our coat closet and bench.
In our kids room where they play and do crafts on the first floor, I incorporated a lot of rainbow pastel colors to go with the rainbow crayons on display.
I also love this wooden crayon holder is from Etsy, and the kids love this thing as much as I love the color coordination.
If you want to see how I made the floral decor and the candy jars, or watch me chalk this sign, check out my latest YouTube video for some very easy Dollar Tree DIY’s for spring!
In the kitchen, I have a lot of pops of purple for the springtime. I know pink is traditional, but I wanted to
In our family room, I added soft pinks and gold metallics and sparkles so that it was a very soft, feminine feel for spring. If it were up to me, I’d keep the pinks year round, but Adam isn’t a fan.
On the couch, I also add lots of pink and mauve pillows for more pops of pink for spring.
And these are the kids Easter baskets. I got the large baskets and the liners from Pottery Barn kids, and they are such great quality, I know these will be their Easter basket for life! I love that they have their names embroidered on the bunny ear. Landon has the white liner with blue embroidery and Presley has a pink fur liner with blue embroidery too.
Thank you so much for checking out my spring and Easter decor tour! Hope you enjoyed it!
Happy Spring and Happy Easter!
Brianna K xoxo
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I always love how you decorate your home for every season or holiday! It is always so welcoming!
Thank you so much Allyson! 🙂