Hopefully you all enjoyed Monday’s post, because spring decorating continues today with the dining room. 🙂
Seasonal decorating doesn’t have to be an elaborate process – just one or two quick changes can instantly freshen your entire space. Aside from maybe fall (just because I love it so much) and Christmas time, I keep my seasonal decorating pretty minimal and easy.
Just like with the living room, it was all about keeping it simple, bright, and neutral with small pops of green for the dining room.
I found this little fern on clearance at Target and it’s perfect for filling that gorgeous vintage crate I scored at the flea market last summer.
I simply love the weathered wood and rusty metal accents. It’s the stuff antique crate dreams are made of. 🙂
Up on the plate rack, I added a pair of bird’s nests that I found at Marshall’s earlier this season. How cute are they?!
A rustic scale holding two simple fern wreaths over a jute runner add texture to the table
And the buffet gets a new look with these mossy branches (I fell in love with those twisty stems) and a few succulents piled into a dough bowl.
And just like that, spring is in the dining room!
On a side note, I ordered a new pair of dining chairs to replace the old wood ones. The color was not what I thought, so I sent them back and re-ordered in a different color. Hoping for better luck with the second set. Update coming soon! 🙂
Have a beautiful Wednesday, friends!!
Scale, Fern Wreaths – Magnolia Market
Plate Rack, Bench, Ladder Shelf – DIY
Branches – Pier 1
Jute Table Runner, Fern, Succulents – Target
Bird’s Nests, Mirror – Home Goods
Curtains – JCPenney
No. 11 Pillow – Local Shop
Stripe Pillow -H&M
Dough Bowls, Crate, Table, Wood Chairs – Vintage