Saturday, April 4, 2020

Easter's on it's Way in the Entry

Celebrating Easter this year will be different, but maybe even more special as we seek spiritual hope and guidance during this uncertain time. When we watch the news or think too much about what's going on in the world around us, we might be considering putting some things on hold. Blogging about decor might seem frivolous to some but helps many of us stay plugged in with others and social. And... it's a wonderful way to stay positive and inspired.







So today I'm joining in with some blogging friends hosted by my sweet friend Amber from Follow the Yellow Brick Home to share a little bit of Easter joy. If you're coming from Marty's at A Stroll Thru Life, Welcome, I'm so glad you're here, and hope you enjoy the fun.





The Entry Hall is light and bright and perfect for a few Easter inspired elements.
 The Entry is always one of my favorite spots to decorate for every holiday or season.





Faux Paperwhites are still in the iron urn with some grapevine wattle fencing and a Spring green chevron ribbon. I've kept this Paperwhite arrangement together since last year. It seems that it tends to be my tried and true default addition of florals to this entry console. Paperwhites are good any season and go with most decor and color theme.





I recently added this Gothic window frame to the mix. I'm still not sure if it will stay here,
but I do know that I want to add more white paint with a distressed look.











I'm using a nest on a branch and some faux Dogwood blooms 
wrapped around the base of the urn.














My favorite art subject tends to be sheep so I'm using this little print
with a gray linen mat and distressed gray frame. 





I love pieces that are similar to Majolica, 
so this bitty white bunny on a cabbage leaf really makes me smile. 




What is it about small furry rodent type animals?
just so cute!










Thanks so much for coming by. We hope you will continue the Hop
 by checking out the links below. Be sure and head over to Laura's at Decor to Adore.
Have a Happy Easter, friends!





joining in here:

All About Home at Common Ground and Follow the Yellow Brick Home
 Celebrate Your Story at The Zucchini Sisters,  Create Bake, Make at Across the Blvd
Love Your Creativity at Life and Linda,  LouLouGirls Fabulous Party
Tips and Tutorials at Home Stories A to Z,  Inspire Me Tuesday at A Stroll Thru Life
Make it Pretty Monday at The Dedicated House  Keep in Touch at Let's Add Sprinkles
Tuesday at Our Home at Our Home Away from Home,  alk of the Town at Knick of Time
Turnabout Tuesday at My Wee Abode,  Share Your Style at French Ethereal 
Vintage Charm at Our Hopeful Home,   Wonderful Wednesday at LeCultivateur 
Thursday Favorite Things at Follow the Yellow Brick Home,  race at Home at Imparting Grace
 Create, Bake, Grow and Gather at Shabby Art Boutique  Farmhouse Friday at The Painted Hinge




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32 comments:

  1. That little majolica bunny on the leaf - oh my, how cute! You have a great mix of all the seasonal smalls going on Debra, and your entry is certainly inviting. I love the sheep also. I totally forget about my powder room where I keep sheep year round. Lol, we have 3.5 baths in this otherwise scaled down home, and I literally avoid the powder room with no company coming around. With having to clean groceries now, it helps not to have to clean another bathroom! I hope we can all look back and laugh over these little things very soon. In the meantime, our homes are our safe places. I so appreciate this chance of sharing the joy they bring to each of us as blogging allows. Having our bloggers and readers to share with is a nice compensation to social gathering. Happy Easter, Debra.

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  2. Hi Debra,

    I love your entry it's beautiful! Love the mirror and the table, beautiful pieces.

    Love the paperwhite in the urn. The dish with bunny is precious. It's amazing how we think little rodents are cute, isn't it?

    I hope you get some relief soon, I'm sure you are uncomfortable. You're in my thoughts.

    Cindy

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  3. This is all so gorgous, Debra! You always have such a pretty way of putting vignettes together and your spring decor is no exception. I hope you and your family have a blessed and happy Easter season, hugs, CoCo

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  4. We all do find little rabbits so cute, don't we? We even want to give them a cute name and call them bunnies. I think your entry is lovely and the urn with the paperwhites is absolutely grand for welcoming guests...alas there will be no guests this year, but I hope it brings you joy during this difficult time. May you find some joy in Easter and stay safe and well.

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  5. Debra,
    Gray day, here on my side of the Prairie,
    is perfect for bringing out the bunnies and adding some "Easter" to my decor.
    I, too, will miss the usual events of Holy Week,
    but am doing some unique devotions within my home
    to celebrate the true meaning of this Holiday!
    I adore your majolica bunny dish with his carrots!
    Lovely Easter decor in your entry hall!
    Thank you for always inspiring!
    Pat

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  6. I can only hope that someday I can master the art of layering, as you do so well Debra! Your vignettes are so lovely and I love the little framed sheep. Happy Easter!

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  7. You always have the most lovely spring and Easter decor, Debra...always inspires me!

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  8. How cute is that bunny on the cabbage leaf. Adorable piece to have in your vignette. Love it all Debra. Have a beautiful day today. Hope the sun is shining where you live. Happy Friday.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  9. I'd love to be greeted by your Easter entry table - It's lovely! Especially with that "little rodent type animal", lol. And I've never seen or heard of grapevine wattle fencing. Where in the world did you get that? I need some! Hope you have a wonderful Easter! Pinned

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  10. Your entry is just beautiful! I am in love with your faux paper whites...they are on my list for sure! And I love how you added the petite metal fencing to them, so creative I hope you and your family have a very Happy Easter!

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  11. Debra,
    As always, you have a beautifully styled entry table! You truly have the talent for creating beautiful arrangements. I know whatever you do to the new Gothic arch will be perfect.

    Stay safe, dear friend. Happy Easter,
    Judith

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  12. Debra I love your entryway table and all of it's décor. You created such a beautiful setting. Happy Easter.

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  13. I love your gothic window. I added a few of those late this winter. Your bunny dish is a darling too. I hope you are well!

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  14. You are the master of styling, Debra! I'm really wanting some faux paperwhites after seeing yours. Your bunny dish is darling and I know I would leave it out way past Easter. I have a similar one that I fill with candy for my husband each spring. It's on the end table by his chair and is an Easter tradition that we both enjoy.

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  15. Debra, I love your new mirror! Yes, more white and distressed would look wonderful. I love sheep and rodents. :) Not real rodents, but ones like that are welcome in my home any time!
    hugs,
    Jann

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  16. Debra you entry has hopped right into my heart! I ADORE the wattle fencing. Where on earth did you find it? Absolutely charming!

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  17. Of course, your home decor is lovely, Debra... and that little bunny dish is quite adorable!

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  18. So pretty. I love, love, love how you layered the mirror, painting and architectural feature on the console. Goreous.

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  19. It's all beautiful and the photos are so bright and pretty! I love the wattlle fencing, I would love to find some and the paperwhites do look perfect in your entry. I really think I will have a hard time parting with mine after spring so I might keep them out through early summer, they are just so pretty.

    Of course your little nest and trinkets add so much charm to your entry. I am loving the cathedral window even as it is. Evertything is cheery inside your home to counteract the darkness in the world. May you find peace, healing, blessings and joy this Easter season!

    Happy Easter!

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  20. I love the urn and that gothic window

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  21. I LOVE that little bunny on the cabbage leaf plate. It’s so darn cute! Wishing you a happy Easter and to stay safe!

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  22. Debra, you are so gifted at mixing and matching elements and putting together vignettes. I think the addition of the gothic frame in the wood finish adds some nice contrast with all the other white washed elements. It's a beautiful arrangement of items that looks like it belongs on the cover of a home design magazine!

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  23. Oh...it's all so pretty! I love that little bunny. I especially love all my majolica at this time of year. I am thinking of painting the wall behind my antique plate rack where I display my majolica. My friend says yes! Perhaps I'll do next week. I love new cathedral window. Yes...a little more white but it's good as is. I adore the striped wall behind all of this. Stay safe...my friend!

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  24. Debra, your entry way is very inviting. I love the little majolica plate with the bunny. I have several rabbit majolica pieces that we enjoy year round. Thanks for always inspiring with your decor. Happy Easter!

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  25. Love what you've done with the entry! Every single element.

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  26. Debra, you have so many lovely treasures! Your sheep art and bunny dish stole my heart! Happy & healthy Easter! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

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  27. All of your spring decor is just so beautiful, Debra! I am just smitten with that white console table with the gothic frame. It's quite the stunner.

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  28. Debra! I just adore what you did with your entryway for this Easter!!! Thanks so much for sharing it at Farmhouse Friday - I'm featuring it at this week's party!

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  29. I hope you have a great Easter tomorrow Debra🙌🏻

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  30. I love all your beautiful elements! Thank you for sharing with Charming Homes & Gardens Link Party

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