Monday, March 20, 2017

Spring Dining Room with Hello, Spring Blog Tour



Spring officially arrives today, and I'm here to celebrate with the Hello, Spring Blogger Home Tour with Katie from Let's Add Sprinkles and a wonderful group of talented Ladies. I'm so glad you're here. I'd love to share my Dining Room for Spring.









Do you have a place that you always start your seasonal decorating? Well, I always seem to begin the process on my Dining Room Table, which is what you see first when you come through the front door.





I wanted to try something different in here this time, so I did a little paint update on a few of my favorite decor pieces.




I've had a little wagon that fits perfectly on the table top. It has a little French flair, and I've used it for years with many a seasonal vignette tucked inside. But this year I took the time to do something I'd been wanting to do for quite some time, and that was to paint it a light neutral color. I didn't want to go a stark white, so I used some Annie Sloan Chalk paint and mixed it with some "taupe-ish" test paints from our home re-paint of several years ago. A Pottery Barn oversized lantern got the same treatment and a wide wire ribbon bow in Brown and Green Plaid.




I like to keep up with the Seasons by adding a few faux flowers and vintage items that compliment the colors of the current season. I had found this handsome rabbit earlier this year, and made him the focal point with the newly painted French wagon.




Since a vintage garden theme is one of my favorite ways to decorate, I loaded the wagon full of old clay pots, a bird nest,  a ceramic cabbage bowl, some faux Iris and a metal rabbit.





Little white bird, nesting in a ceramic covered cabbage dish.




I have this little Illustrated Garden Guide to Flowers that just happened to be turned to the page on Daffodils and Crocus.







I like to change out my table runner each Season, and usually I just use a length of folded fabric. That way I can use it for pillows later if I decide.  I found this green Toile piece of fabric a few years ago, which is perfect for bringing in the colors of Spring.

 


My Dining Room really isn't a "room" just a Dining "area" to the left of the front door. It's a little snug in here for all my biggish furniture, but I keep the table without the leaf and turn sideways when walking between the Buffet and China Cabinet. I love to display vintage pieces, and right now one of my Ironstone Tureens on a platter is here. I have a few cloches that I like to change up on the Buffet also. I added a Botanical Sheet of Tulips and a few pieces of my French Faience to the moss carpet.





I found this Antique French Regency Plume Crest mirror when we moved here, which replaced the oval mirror that went with the furniture. A Triptych Mirror is just leaning against the wall. I put it there one day until I could hang it somewhere and it just seems to have stayed put.



My pottery cups seem to have been found by a little visitor.



I'm a lover of sheep and lambs, and this is an oil that my husband bought for me for one of our anniversaries several years ago.




This cloche holds a large egg styled after a Jeanne d'arc Living Magazine feature.




Here's another cloche with a moss basket sitting on a vintage Milk Glass cake stand that was my mom's.








I hope you'll come back and catch the rest of my Spring decorating later this week.



Thanks so much for coming by. If you came from Katie's I hope you'll continue your Home Tour by heading over to see Kelly from The Essence of Home.






Monday 


Tuesday 


Wednesday 


Thursday 

The Dedicated House/ Ash Tree Cottage/ Hyacinths For The Soul/ Let's Add Sprinkles 

Happy First Day of Spring!

joining in here:

Inspiration Monday at ReFresh ReStyle
The Scoop at Stone Gable
Wow Us Wednesday at Savvy Southern Style
Share Your Style at 21 Rosemary Lane
Foodie Friday at Rattlebridge Farm
Feathered Nest Friday at French Country Cottage
Sundays at Home at Love of Home
Amaze Me Monday at Dwellings


26 comments:

  1. I LOVE that little wagon and it looks great painted and all decorated for Spring!!! Your BIG cloches are always so pretty and I would leave that triple mirror right there;) Happy Spring!!!!

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  2. Your wagon vignette is prefect for spring. So cute and festive. Your cloches are really pretty too.

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  3. Debra, your dining is just charming for spring! I always love your style. Your cloches are gorgeous. This has been just the nudge I've needed to give my home a spring refresh.

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  4. Debra I am always so inspired by your wonderful vignettes. I couldn't resist pinning that sweet bunny in the wagon. Have a wonderful day!

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  5. Debra, spring in your dining room is full of charm. I love the idea of the wagon and the way you have styled it. The cloches on the buffet are a nice touch too. Beautiful all around! Happy Spring!

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  6. I love it. Your centerpiece is wonderful. I love how you layer such cute and fun elements. Thanks so much for being part of our tour!

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  7. Debra, it's all just darling! I am a bit envious over that vintage garden book. Always on the look out for garden books and ones with botanicals. I don't have a lot of luck finding them. Speaking of botanicals, it's so cute tucked inside the cloche. The makeover of your wagon and bunny are wonderful! You just have the knack, girl!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  8. Love your dining room and your vignettes are always amazing.

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  9. Debra, I love all of your Spring vignettes. You have such a wonderful way of putting things together. Love the wagon arrangement.

    hugs,
    Sissie

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  10. Love the meld of colors. I like to see Easter without the pinks and blues of the past.

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  11. Debra, I love your spring touches in your dining room. The spring wagon is full of interesting and eye catching spring items. Your cloches are delightful full of happy things.
    I feel a spring in my step from visiting you.
    Happy first day of spring to you.

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  12. Debra,
    Happy first day of Spring to you, also. As always, I love visiting your home each season. Your Jeanne d'Arc styled egg makes me want to create a similar one. Thanks for the inspiration. I am thrilled to be on a home tour with you.

    Judith

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  13. Such a lovely dining room Debra, you're so talented with all your artful vignettes!

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  14. I love that sweet wagon as the base for your dining room centerpiece. You are so talented at putting interesting pieces together and the whole vignette is so charming! Lovely Cloches too. You are always as inspiration!

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  15. The wagon is such a great prop! Spring has sprung beautifully in your dining room!

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  16. Love to see your home in the Spring and any season for that matter. You create so many pretty and cheerful details to welcome Spring to your home!

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  17. Love seeing all the pretty Spring tours. Your dining room is so pretty for Spring. Love that wagon and how you decorated it. Just too sweet Debra. Love it.
    Happy New Week.
    Kris

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  18. I absolutely love the spring vignette on your table! It looks wonderful! How funto fill a wagon with bunnies and flowers! I also adore all the cloche on your sideboard. They are beautiful!

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  19. Debra, you dining room is gorgeous! I love all of the vignettes! Thanks for sharing! Happy week to you! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

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  20. You have captured the essence of spring on your table and it is beautiful!

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  21. I've been in love with your style since I discovered Common Ground in 2012 - my first year of blogging.

    The wagon, the bunny and the sweet little book are the stars of the room.

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  23. Just beautiful Debra!!! I love the vintage theme and what you did with the over sized lantern looks fabulous! Happy Spring!
    XO Barbara

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  24. Debra I love your Spring tablescape! Always so cheery and inviting.

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  25. Such a delightful post! Love all the wonderful little Spring details!

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