Y’all I’ve had the best time decorating the screen porch for Easter this year and I’m excited to join talented Bloggers for a Best Spring Home Tour, hosted by Kelly at The Tattered Pew & Mansa at This Is Simplicite. If you are coming over from Shawna at Willow Bloom Home Blog, I’m so glad you joined me.
Decorating the Screened Porch for Easter began with the DIY Shiplap Tree.
We normally store the tree after Christmas, but this year, we left it in the screened porch.
When I pulled out the box of Easter bunnies, they all just hopped right onto the branches of the tree.
Well, almost!! LOL
Decorating the Screened Porch for Easter
First, I have a good collection of small Easter bunnies!
Instead of spreading them all around the house, I decided to decorate the DIY Shiplap Tree with them.
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My husband built this tree our first year we were living at The Ponds and I’ve used it on the the screened porch for Christmas ever since.
With no clear plan, I asked my husband to leave it up this year and now I know why.
In addition to the bunnies, I used Easter eggs and faux stems to fill in the branches. The twinkle lights from Christmas, which were still strung on the tree.
The Coffee Table for Easter
Located beside the shiplap tree is the coffee table my dad built over 60 years ago.
It’s filled with more Spring & Easter Décor as well as a favorite candle from Antique Candle Co.
Spring Pillow Update
Next I updated the pillows on the porch for Spring.
I’m so excited to have the gorgeous Spring Pillows from Uniike Pillows. They have such great designs at reasonable prices.
Here are some of their Spring Collection. Here is a 10% discount code that you might enjoy. The code is PONDSFARMHOUSE10 – JUST LINK HERE.
The screened porch is a favorite spot for relaxing at the end of the day and comfortable seating is a must. The woven outdoor sofa and chairs are filled with comfy cushions and plenty of pillows and throw blankets.
Screened Porch Dining Area For Easter
You’ll know I love styling a table for any season, but Easter is especially fun.
This year I’m using items I’ve had for a couple of seasons and thrifted items. Nothing new here this year! Two vintage bird houses rest on a milk glass and a crystal cake plate. The bunny salt and pepper shakers are the only item not thrifted.
The DIY funnel light fixture is filled with faux spring blooms to brighten the table area. Cute thrifted bunny napkin rings hold hand crocheted doilies repurposed as napkins and they rest on fun black and white bunny plates. The woven green place mats were another lucky thrifting find.
If you’d like to see more about my thrifting adventures, join me on Wednesdays at 1:00 PM EST on Instagram Stories for THRIFTING WITH THE GALS. This group of vintage loving gals also share a blog post once a month where we recap our month and share how to use your thrifted finds. See the latest post here.
Serving Areas for Spring
The baker’s rack is a wonderful serving area when I host brunch or dinner on the porch, but is also fun to style for spring.
A combination of faux tulips, vintage soda bottles and garland give it the perfect Spring vibe.
In addition, the vintage ice box holds dinner plates and glassware. It makes a perfect beverage station for entertaining.
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Screened Porch Life
This year we covered our porch with vinyl panels and it has made the porch so enjoyable so far this year.
Ending the day by twinkle lights and a candle glow is so relaxing.
I’m so glad you stopped by today and next up on our Spring Tour is Cecilia at My Thrift Store Addiction.
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