I always think Christmas time if my favorite time of year, but now that it’s Spring… I think Spring is my favorite time of year! I just love all of the fresh flowers!
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The biggest way I add Spring decor to the house is to bring in fresh flowers from the garden. Below, Mr. Swan has dried eucalyptus and ranunculus floating on his back. My little Staffordshire Swan bud vases are on both sides with pink flowers in them too! The Faience plates are above them.
I already showed you all my French pink table setting. The flowers are STILL alive, whew! It’s been over a week!
Below is a little Spring vignette on my French marble top console table. The theme is that of my wedding from several years ago which was a romantic pink and silver theme. The little white statue below was actually on our table at the wedding and the French vase held wedding flowers. I blurred out my wedding picture on purpose.
I purchased the table from Eloquence years ago. It actually hasn’t held up too well with multiple cross-country moves and I’m afraid it is going to break here soon someday. The little crystal lamp was a RH outlet find for $89!
My formal living room is spruced up for Spring with a few fresh flowers. I stuck a few in a little Limoges tea cup. I love the French gilt mirror… it’s my favorite piece! I love the curtains my Mom made for me… beautiful seamist green check from Chelsea Editions. My favorite bergere chairs sit in front of them. For my coffee table I actually use two little French marble top side tables.
Turn the corner and I spy my tulipiere full of more fresh flowers. This time with carnations and unique ranunculus. I am working on a table setting with them.
Let’s head out to my little cutting garden. I have never grown ranunculus before until this year. We planted them in October. They have been in bloom for several weeks now. I didn’t know when they open up they look like anemones.
This Fall I’m going to plant even more ranunculus. I am so happy with how they have turned out! Oh yes, and anemones too! I really want to plant the Cloni, Hanoi, and Cappuccino ranunculus varieties. Do you know where I can find those bulbs??
Back inside, oh my, a pretty pink present for someone’s birthday coming up! Wonder what it could be… guess we’ll find out later.
While taking pictures of this tour, I spy a Chloe cat. She is curled up sleeping on the wool blanket without a care in the world (wait, not true. She cares about her food bowl as she is fat cat and loves to eat).
|A French Country Style Spring Home Tour|