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Spring Mantel Decor | Get ready for Easter with the ideas from this spring mantel featuring bunnies and spring branches.

Happy spring! Okay, so we aren’t technically there yet. As I write, we’re actually facing another Nor’easter here in New England (our second in two weeks). The last one knocked down a 2′ diameter 100′ tall pine tree in our yard, which then took out a few other trees on the way down. I’m hoping this coming storm is less dramatic! Today I’m sharing my first ever spring mantel decor post as part of the tour hosted by Krista of The Happy Housie! You can visit some pretty spring mantels and vignettes at the bottom of the post. 

I’ve never shared a mantel post before because our mantel wasn’t deep enough to really decorate between the giant TV that used to hang there and the ugly speaker that also took up valuable real estate. We’ve done some work since then! I haven’t shared all of the details about our new built-ins yet, but we swapped out our black speaker for a recessed paintable one, and… that “painting” is actually our TV

I am loving all of the new changes and being able to put pretty decorations up. 

Also, I can’t even tell you how nice it is not to have to work around a TV. I have always said that they should make technology livable, and this is one case where they succeeded. It isn’t perfect- you can still tell that it’s backlit, but it is so much better than what was there! It was our Christmas gift to ourselves, and it was definitely a worthwhile investment. 

I bought these five bunny figurines a few years back (to represent our family). The kids always love to say who each one is, even though the little ones are all the same. 

I saved the Printable Easter Banner from last year featuring the little bunny I painted. You can also see the 8×10 Print version up in the corner, I didn’t really mean to triple up on the bunny decor. That print is actually moving to another spot, which you will see in a later tour.

I am so excited to share the rest of the family room details with you. It’s a big post, I want to make sure I share all of the details of the built-ins and tongue-and-groove ceiling, so I’m taking my time with it. 

Thank you so much for stopping by today! Please make sure to visit my other friends below!

Today some of my friends are sharing their beautiful and inspiring Spring mantel decor or a Spring vignette. Hop over to see what they are sharing…

Duke Manor Farms / Nina Hendrick Design Co. (you’re here!)/ Town and Country Living / Deeply Southern Home

Amber Tysl / In My Own Style / Place of My Taste / Jamie Costiglio

Setting for Four / Shabbyfufu / Decor Gold Designs / Sincerely Sara D.

The Happy Housie / Craftberrry Bush / On Sutton Place / Kelly Elko / Rooms FOR Rent

Zevy Joy / Willow Street Interiors / Summer Adams / A Burst of Beautiful

Sincerely, Marie Designs / Rambling Renovators / The Turquoise Home / Paint Me Pink

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About Nina

Nina is the owner & designer of Nina Hendrick Design Company and the Nina Hendrick blog. Along with her husband Mack, she is chronicling the journey of transforming their builder-grade 80s colonial into a modern day New England dream home. Nina and Mack live in the suburbs of Boston with their three children and golden retriever Lucy.


Perfect! Always enjoy your talent.

Nina, thank you for the inspiration. Spring seems so very far off, you brought Spring indoors. Love your decor.
You always make your home so welcoming and inviting, thank you for sharing.

Nina, I’m just finishing the mantel tour and I just love the greenery with white flowers that you used! That banner is just adorable! xoxo

Such a beautiful springy mantel, Nina. I love the sweet painting above it, as well!! So glad you could be part of this hop!

oh that picture tv is divine and the answer to every women who’s husband wants the tv over the mantel! i love the simplicity of your spring /easter mantel.

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