Hello Friends! There’s nothing like spreading a little spring decor around your house to anticipate this upcoming season! I honestly can’t wait for spring, our winters are long here in New England, and spring is always a welcomed sight! I’m teaming up with some blogging friends today to share our spring decorated mantles and vignettes, part of the
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I created an easy spring vignette on my buffet in our dining room, and I have to say I think it’s my favorite spring vignette to date! Last week I shared a round up of some of my favorite spring decor from years past. Its full of ideas, so be sure to hop over and take a quick peak – click HERE.
Now onto my easy spring vignette!
Our dresser-turned-buffet in our dining room is the perfect landing spot to create a seasonal vignette. It’s out of the way of every day life, so I don’t need to keep the surface cleared for practical space, and it has a great viewing spot you can see throughout our house.
First things first – everything is faux. EVERYTHING! Not only was this easy to put together, it’s maintenance free once everything is set up. Can I get an AMEN for maintenance free decor. Especially one that adds so much of that lovely natural texture that adds life back into our spaces.
Since the mirror is centered above our buffet I broke up my vignette into two sections. The left side and the right side.
I picked up these adorable small weathered terra cotta pots from Micheals last week, and I’m already planning when I can go back and scoop up some more. Especially since all their spring decor is on sale!
The pretty tarnished gold pheasant was actually a Target find this past fall, but I think it looks good for spring as well!
I filled a white ironstone urn, I picked up at Goodwill years ago, with some faux paper white bulbs from Magnolia. You might remember them from my christmas decorated office space featured in this past years Better Homes & Gardens Christmas Ideas magazine. I like to use them just after Christmas through spring time, and since they are faux they never fall over.
I love how the pots looked stacked, it allows me to customize the height as needed, to balance out the other taller items on each side. I’m also loving the selection of faux ferns and succulants Michaels has right now, so I picked up a few of those to fill the small terra cotta pots with.
I finished off the right side with some stacked books, and a mini faux succulent under a glass cloche.
This easy vignette reminds me of being in a potting shed, just the place I want to be once Spring weather finally hits. Until then I can gaze over hear and anticipate warmer weather and being able to get outside and get little dirt on my hands!
Want to see how I created these faux potted plants? Click HERE to see this easy DIY, and how you can make them too!
Be sure to check out some of my friends who are sharing their beautiful and inspiring Spring mantel decor or a Spring vignette. Hop over to see what they are sharing…
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