Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Spring Home Refresh

This time of year is when I'm in spring cleaning and declutter mode but I also want to add a few new and updated touches to both my home and the shop! We've also hosted Easter lunch the last two years and my guess is that we'll do it again so I'm trying to get ahead of the game this year and get all of my planning done so that I'm not running around trying to get those last minute touches the day before!

Red Wine Glasses - I have these white wine glasses from Crate & Barrel but recently saw these pretty red wine variations! Such a great price!

Floral Pillow - There's something about an easy change of pillows that can really update a space. This one would be so cute on our porch swing. 

Melamine Plates - I love melamine plates especially during the spring and summer months when we may eat outside. We normally set up a few tables outside on Easter Sunday and these non-breakable options are still luncheon ready without the worry of getting damaged!

Fresh Linens - Spring is such a great time of year to freshen up your towels. I want to change up ours in the guest rooms for sure. 

Faux Florals - While I love real flowers, it's nice to have a few faux arrangements around the house. I love this one for our dining room!

Dainty Frame - I'm majorly overdue for getting some photos printed of all of our 2019 adventures. A pretty frame can easily update a space. 

Floral Vase - This pretty floral vase is not only a great purchase for yourself but would also make a pretty hostess or housewarming gift - just add a few hydrangea stems and you're set!

Candle - This time of year is when I start changing away from my fall scents and pulling out my pretty spring candles. 

Salt & Pepper Shakers - How precious are these shakers? I snagged a set of these for one of our tables and they look adorable in my china cabinet as well. 

Basket Tray - I purchased a new tray for our bar a few months ago but now I have my eye on this one! So pretty. 

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