A Spring tour of my dining room styled for everyday use. Even a few simple touches can bring a Spring feel to the room and create a timeless look throughout the season.

I’m continuing my Spring home tour with a look at my entry and dining room today! Much like my living room, I stuck with neutrals so that I wouldn’t tire of them and could easily transition to Summer.

Spring Entry

You’ve already seen my quick update for Spring in the entryway when I shared this free Spring printable art piece with you.

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Entryway with blue trumeau mirror and demilune table decorated for Spring

I purchased these faux branches of greenery this season. I haven’t yet included them as part of my Faux Greenery Style Guide because they don’t look totally realistic, but the price is reasonable!

entry table decorated for spring with vase of branches and spring floral art

If you didn’t already download this vintage botanical print, you can still get it. Or you can find other images you love in my Free Art Source Guide.

vintage flower spring art in wood frame with white matting

Spring Dining Room

I shared my living room tour the other day. My living room and dining room connect, so typically, I decorate them similarly.

slipcovered linen sofa with blue stripe grain sack pillow and french dining room in background

I didn’t create an entire Easter tablescape. Instead, I added Spring touches that I could use as everyday table decor.

Using my antique bread board as a base, I created a simple vignette using dishes, flowers, and limes for a pop of green!

dining table vignette with white ironstone dishes and urn with white tulips

These tulips are fake, purchased on Amazon. I tried another brand first, but returned them in favor of these. I wish that I could turn back a petal or two to make them look more realistic, but overall, the look and feel are great.

top down view of faux white tulips in a french urn with plates and utensils below

This isn’t the first time I’ve used a bowl of limes as part of a dining vignette. But this is the first time they were fake! Actually, one is real and the others are fake.

limes in a white ironstone pot next to one cut lime on cutting board and flatware in a sugarbowl

I didn’t change anything in the corner of my dining room, so it still holds three bread paddles and my large dough bowl. That’s the urn my hubby got me for Christmas and I LOVE it!

olive tree in french urn in corner of dining room with antique dough bowl and bread paddles behind the tree and white drape

Short and sweet! That’s it for the dining room this Spring. Just simple Spring touches of flowers and fruit with pops of blue to tie in with the rest of my home.

french dining room styled for spring with vignette in center of table with tulips and limes and dishes

Next week, I’m sharing a look at my Spring family room. It’s neutral as well, but a bit more moody than the other rooms….

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2 Comments

  1. Melisa Hansen-Giles says:

    Beautiful! Do you have any suggestions or where to buy crystals to ADD to my chandelier? Like the one in your dining room. I have a similar chandelier but without the crystals. I LOVE sparkly!

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