Easter Decor Inspiration – Easter Parade Blog Hop

Hi everyone and welcome to a special post this week. I’m excited to be joining with some blogger friends to bring you an Easter blog hop! If you’re coming here from Lisa at Farmhouse on Boone, welcome! I’m so happy you’ve stopped by. And if you’re a regular reader, you know that last week I shared a bit of spring decor in my kitchen. This time around, I’m sharing my Easter decor in the kitchen, dining room and living room. There are 9 others joining me, so I hope you’ll stay tuned until the end and then go visit all the other talented bloggers listed at the bottom of the post!

I know some people don’t like to decorate for Easter at all, but I love this holiday! I don’t know if it’s because I love bunnies, or that I’m crazy for nests and eggs, or if it’s all the beautiful pastel colors, but this holiday just makes me happy! Though I decorate for spring earlier on in the season, but as Easter gets closer, I like to do more of the traditional Easter decor. And yes, that means some bunnies come out!


I love to have something on the kitchen counter that represents the season. In this case, I combined my new Pottery Barn bunny with some hydrangeas in an antique ironstone pitcher and a small bunny egg holder that I purchased last year.


This little guy is so cute!


I have a little Easter spread throughout the kitchen. Some was already here from my spring decor, and then I simply added more bunnies and an Easter tray.



The dining room is similar to what I had for my Easter table, except I took away the table settings and table cloth. I left the runner and the purple tulips because I loved the color so much! 


 I used two runners, one flax colored one from Williams Sonoma and then a pale lavender one layered on top from Home Goods. The basket is one I already owned from Pottery Barn and I simply added some purple tulips from the super market and filled it in with moss. The little nests are from World Market (similar here and here).


On the buffet is a vintage French zinc bucket filled with hydrangeas and two outdoor bunnies that I bought from TJ Maxx and Home Goods. The eggs are faux from Pottery Barn, but I found similar eggs here, here, and here.



In this area near the kitchen, I added a jasmine plant in a white ceramic planter and two little baskets with eggs. 


My entry way was already decorated for spring a couple of weeks ago, but I wanted to add more Easter decor so I used a green vine basket that I filled with faux eggs and then planted some tulips in simple terra cotta pots. It’s definitely more Easter-y than before, but this could still work all spring long which I love!


Green vine basket is from Pottery Barn and the terra cotta pots are Target



I just love these terra cotta pots used indoors. I’m thinking I’m doing this from now on!


And I do love using tulips – they just say “spring” to me!



 I always love adding flowers in any season, but in spring, they seem especially appropriate.



A bird and nest rest on some books.


I filled my antique dough bowl with green moss eggs. The eggs are from Target! Love these!


Shop the Post!

(*please note some affiliate links added for your convenience*)

I hope you’ve enjoyed this Easter decor tour, and hopefully, found some inspiration! If you want to see last year’s Spring Home Tour, you can find it here. I hope you’ll head to Jennifer at The Grace House next, and then check out all the other Easter inspiration as well!

Also, if you didn’t get a chance to see my spring tour from last week, you can find that here, as well as last year’s spring tour here.

Easter Parade Blog Hop Participants

Summer at Summer Adams Designs

Lisa at Farmhouse on Boone

Sheila at Maison de Cinq

Jennifer at The Grace House

Kim and Lacey at Styled with Lace

Deborah at BVintage

CC at CC and Mike

Kathleen at Lindsay Hill Interiors

Amie at Meme Hill

Joan at 2 Ladies & a Chair

Happy Easter!



Similar Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


  1. Sheila, your home is so cozy and inviting! I absolutely love your kitchen! We are renovating right now and had considered a bead board backsplash in the kitchen as well. I’m wondering what material you used and if you have any problems with water or with cleaning it. Thank you so much for a touch of spring on this snowy day!

    1. Hi Ann! Thanks so much for your sweet comment! And in answer to your question, I’ve had absolutely no problems with my bead board at all. It is not behind the sink, and doesn’t get wet so that’s never been an issue. We literally bought it at Home Depot and it is super inexpensive so if you’re a fan of bead board, I would say get it! Also, mine has tile across the bottom 6 inches so it is fairly protected from any and all things that are on the counter or I’m cooking. The most I’ve done is wipe it with a wet sponge once in awhile if something splashes. Hope that helps – and good luck!

  2. Sheila, lovely Easter decorations. I have the same bunny that’s on your kitchen counter. I bought it at a charity event with an African violet in it. I added a pink checked bow around his neck. I had no idea that it came from Pottery Barn.

    1. Really?! Well then you lucked out for sure because they have been sold out for quite awhile! Isn’t he so cute?! And I love that you gave him a bow!

      Thanks so much for stopping by and taking the time to comment. I so appreciate it!

      Happy Easter!


  3. Sheila, I always love the classic and elegant way you decorate for holidays! You have so many pretty pieces!

    1. Thanks so much Shelley! Hope you’re getting some spring weather finally!

      Happy (Almost) Weekend!


  4. Sheila, I loved your tour! Your Easter touches were classic and elegant, just like the rest of your home. I love cute little bunnies for Easter too, so that was right up my alley! Thank you so much for organizing this blog hop and for inviting me to be a part of it! Happy Easter to you and your family!



    1. Thank you Jen! So glad to know you love bunnies too! How can you not?!

      And I’m glad you decided to “hop” with us! It was great to have you, and your house looked gorgeous, as always!


  5. Your home is so beautiful and I love your Easter decor it is just charming, Sheila!!!

    1. Thank you so much Kellie! And thank you for coming over. I so appreciate you visiting, and taking the time to comment:))


  6. Sheila your home looks gorgeous!!! I love all your bunnies! I like how you used purple…so pretty for spring. I need some of those moss eggs, I think that was my favorite surprise to see those in the dough bowl. Love!!!Happy Easter!xoxo

    1. Joan,

      Thanks so much for your sweet words! And aren’t those moss eggs great?! I bought some a couple years ago at Pottery Barn for much more so when I found these at Target, I was sold!

      Happy Easter to you my friend!


  7. Sheila! I’m so happy to be doing this Spring tour with you. Finally someone who is crazy for eggs, nests and everything Easter! Love it all.

    1. Haha! I am! I adore Easter, and all things nests and eggs! Which is funny, because I hate eating eggs, but I love displaying them:)

      Loved doing the tour with you Amie, and your table was absolutely gorgeous!


  8. Hello Sheila,
    I appreciate your love for flowers and beautiful. It is clearly evident from the presentations. I like very much as decorated house each time. Spring is a season of revival, of reinvention, colorful and light.
    I embrace you with much love,
    Mia Coman

    1. Thank you very much for your kind words, and for visiting Maison de Cinq!


  9. Your home always exudes a classic, simple beauty, Sheila – so very pretty! And all of your spring touches are just lovely!

    Thanks for organizing this fun hop – and especially thanks for letting me join in on the fun!

    Hope you have a wonderful Easter!



    1. Thank you Kathleen, you’re so sweet to say that! I appreciate your kindness and your friendship so much.

      And thank you for joining us! I love “hopping” with you – always:)

      Happy Easter!