I can't believe how quickly Easter is approaching! With that in mind, I thought it was high time to share how I've decorated my kitchen sideboard for the occasion.
I went with a pink, white and green colour scheme for my Easter decor this year.
This is the view to the far end of the sideboard.
My egg-shaped bunny plates from Pier 1 were perfect for a dish stack in this corner.
White bunnies and faux candles were placed on risers and faux florals were added as a backdrop.
This is the center portion of the sideboard decor.
A wooden tray was placed on a riser covered by a checked napkin with another white bunny, Easter eggs and faux tulips arranged inside.
This wooden cut-out Happy Easter sign was hung on a shiplap background above the sideboard.
This is the view from the front where you can also see that I added some decor to the shelf above the sideboard.
Moving towards the other end...
...this is the little vignette I created using similar items.
I've had this cute little bunny for a long time and I always think of him as praying which of course, is definitely appropriate for Easter.
Tea cups, checked napkins and a faux painted Easter Egg round out the decor on this end.
Now, lets look at the decor on the front of the sideboard as well as the sides.
Doesn't he look so comfy and cozy?
Each bunny is sitting on a vintage wooden stool covered with the furry blankets.
I'm having a hard time resisting white bunnies these days and I'm glad I got to use a lot of my collection in this display.
Have the bunnies been multiplying in your house too?
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