Visit this farmhouse-inspired spring home tour to gather ideas for your Easter celebration and home decor.
I’m so excited for today’s post! I have been working on cleaning and photographing our home for this spring home tour for weeks (when my two-month old allowed it, specifically). A big thank you to Jen at Migonis Home for organizing this event!
Although it’s technically Spring here in the suburbs of Boston, we have a couple of feet of snow still, and flurries in our forecast for the next two weeks. I’m going to pretend all of that isn’t happening and share the ways that I brought spring indoors!
We are actually under major construction here in the Hendrick household (ha, when are we not?!) so I won’t be sharing as much this season. We have bare drywall and conflicting stain colors and all sorts of business going on.
It’s almost easy to forget that there’s boxes of flooring, power tools, and bins just out of sight!
These plates were such a fun combination. Something about the scalloped edge made me think of daisies.
I’m hoping my little one gives me some time to play around more with these place settings. I have a cute idea for place cards that I want to share!
The bright turquoise of these candy eggs really inspired me this season. They are almost too pretty to eat. Almost.
The sunlight was streaming into the room one morning onto these flowers, and I just found it so charming. I’m really trying to appreciate little moments like this!
The centerpiece is a simple grapevine nest I made years ago, and I wove some flowers through and tucked some moss in here and there. The speckled eggs seemed like the perfect finishing touch!
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Let’s take a stroll into the kitchen. There’s nothing better than when the sunlight takes over this room, it truly is the heart of our home! I dressed the island up with some simple but pretty tulips, a ceramic bunny, and a bowl filled with boxwood orbs from Kirklands. They add just the right amount of texture to the little vignette and tie in perfectly with my mini wreath!
This is the first official peek at our new dark, rustic hickory flooring. The floor compliments all of the finishes in this room so much better than the vivid orange oak.
Spring to me always makes me think of spring cleaning! There’s something so calming and refreshing about a pristine clean home. I try to do a little bit every day, but I’m dreaming of doing a deep clean of our house for the season. With all of the colds we went through over the past winter, it would be a big mood booster to have that clean slate!
The soap by the sink smells heavenly, and the flowers really cheer up a task that is admittedly not my favorite.
Here’s a sneak peek of our new master bedroom! You can see more details about the room here. We are working on some finishing touches, but it is already an incredibly transformed space! I credit this room for bringing in as much light as I needed to keep the winter blues at bay.
Thank you so much for visiting our home! Make sure to stop by to see my friend Krista at The Happy Housie next! I’m loving her beautiful new kitchen!
Wall Color: Unknown, we haven’t painted yet
Table and Chairs Set
White Plates (similar)
Mini Glass Jars
Milk Bottle Vase
Mercury Candle Sticks
Wall Color: Benjamin Moore Gray Owl
Hickory Floors (Discontinued, similar sourced)
How we Painted Our Kitchen Cabinets
Mini Boxwood Wreath
Kitchen Island (DIY)
Wall Color: Benjamin Moore Wickham Gray
Floor: Engineered Hickory
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