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Spring has Sprung at the Farmhouse

March is going out like a lion however, April will not be coming in like a lamb.  We still have some snow mounds on the mountain and this rain we are expecting today will hopefully melt all those.  I sure pray that Spring is here to stay now!  I need the sun and the fresh warmer air!  We are definitely lacking in Vitamin D around here.   



I started my Spring decorating with little sprinkles here and there.  My mom always gets me a Welcome Spring gift and this year she bought me this beautiful glitter set of bunnies for our master bedroom.  They are SOO cute.  I believe she found them at Pottery Barn. 



Don't you think they go well with our gray and turquoise color scheme? 


Bunnies are easy to decorate with for Spring because they bring you right through Easter time (which seems to be right in the middle of the month this year, like I remember it growing up). When Easter falls in March, it just seems to early, am I right?


One way in which I change things up at the farmhouse is with throw pillow covers. Easy and inexpensive to change out a pillow cover here and there and change the entire feel of the room.  TIP:  two places I LOVE to purchase covers are Society 6 and Amazon




This one area of the home is a corner of our entry way.  It's been fun to decorate this area, although the ceilings are extremely high and I feel that anything I do here becomes small in size.  (FREE Rabbit printable can be found here)

My plans for these oak stair rails will be eventually to paint them. For now they will stay this honey color. 


On the opposite side of the entry way is this shelf above a large black bench, Helps "eat" up the wall a little since there is so much white space here.  Funny the word HAPPY is in gold on that picture and it did not come out.


This week were the first blue skies we have seen in a while.  It sure was good to get outside and explore the property. 


We have started our seedlings indoors in preparation for our garden!  I can't wait to get the children involved in the garden process and have fresh veggies and herbs to feed our family. 




Our kitchen renovation will begin in a month and things have started to arrive!  I can't wait to share the process with you all. It's our forever kitchen and we have spent a long time planning this out. 

Spring is finally here!!  

I hope you have a wonderful start to April and let me know any tips and tricks you use to decorate your home for the season. 



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