Good morning everyone. Today I thought I would bring you a little more Spring by showing you our Spring entryway. I wanted to keep it vintage and neutral this year and I think I achieved that with the items I chose.
I basically just added a few more "vintage" items that I crafted to what was already there. As you can see I added the book page wreath that I made a few years ago. I love this wreath and thinks it makes such a statement wherever I hang it. It just fits so well in this space and adds to the vintage feel I am looking for.
On the table itself I have a "vintage" clock sitting on a stack of old books sans covers tied with twine. Then I have a vintage lamp I found at a thrift store. I love the patina on this old lamp. In the center of the table are some cute little buckets with some Spring plants and a wooden bunny.
The buckets were a dollar store find that I picked up and decided to alter a bit.
All I did was stencil a number on each one with a white paint pen and then added a small spring plant to each one. I also added a few sprigs of "faux" flowers to the middle one. So for very little I have a very trendy cute little touch of vintage Spring.
I have found my taste in decor is changing a bit lately as I have always been a white, cream and pastel gal with touches of shabby chic goodness. But lately I have been drawn to black and grey with browns and touches of metal and wire baskets. This is completely opposite of what I have done in the past but I am totally liking this new look. We shall see where it leads me. I may wind up with one room very pastel with shabby chic and one with very industrial vintage - the best of both worlds.
So, have you begun your Spring decor? Are you changing it up a bit or a lot like me? Tell me all about it in the comments below.
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