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I’m excited to participate in another fun blog hop organized by the talented and inspiring Amber of Follow The Yellow Brick Home . Her hops bring together so many talented bloggers and I am honored to be a part of this one showcasing green decor ideas for Spring.
If you are coming over from Thistle Key Lane, welcome! Don’t you just love Michelle’s style? You will want to return to her blog if it’s new to you and spend lots of time in her posts! Now I’m excited to have you join me at Camp Paradise, our lakeside log cabin home.
We are close to hitting 100 inches of snow here in The Northwoods of Wisconsin this year!! After a very snow start to accumulations February made up for it! Even though it will still look like winter outside for quite a while, Spring is making it’s way indoors with bright colors and fresh flowers. One of my favorite colors to bring out for Spring is green. And I have lots of fun vintage green pieces to use.
This spot above our entryway cubbies is a favorite place for me to decorate and add seasonal touches. For Spring I brought in a vintage green metal picnic basket. It was a special gift from a sweet friend who loves all the same things I do! The wicker picnic basket was also a gift from a friend. Other items in the vignette:
Faux Florals from Hobby Lobby
It’s So Good to Be Home sign from Hobby Lobby
Up North sign from White Arrows Home the Shop.
For Spring on my mantel I wanted to use my vintage green vases. So I filled them with faux florals, tucked birds near the grapevine wreaths and twisted in garlands of bird nest.
Grapevine wreaths from Hobby Lobby
Birds from Hobby Lobby
Florals from Hobby Lobby
I was so lucky to find three vintage camp stools in the same striped pattern on different occasions in different stores! I love collecting McCoy pottery. These sweet little yellow pots make perfect spring bookends for my green vintage books. I just added a faux boxwood ball to each one as filler. The little bird is a Hobby Lobby find.
I love finding vintage books with outdoor titles.
This leather chair had to come home from the antique store years ago when I found it. It reminded me so much of my Grandfather’s chair when I was growing up. I used to sit with him when I was visiting. In the evenings after work he would have a few Charles Pretzels. I found this tin and it was so excited to put it next to the chair! Such sweet memories! A green vase from my collection adds the perfect touch of Spring on the side table.
I used my green metal picnic basket along with a green and other bright colored thermos to make a fund spring lemonade station! See more of my vintage green decor from last year in this post.
There is a full link list below for all who are participating in the tour. If you are reading in order then your next stop is at my friend Larissa’s Welch House 1900. You will love her beautiful home and collections!
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