We are in desperate need of spring here in Indiana, so I really enjoyed designing an Easter tablescape and decorating our home for spring with Balsam Hill.
I have always loved yellow in small doses, and this Small Meyer Lemon Tree adds the perfect amount of color to my kitchen.
It looks so realistic – right down to the “dirt” in the aged pot. The best thing about it – I don’t need to worry about making a mess OR watering!
I am a fan of Balsam Hill’s miracle flames candles, and I used them year round in our home (I used them in our fall decor last year).
This candle is Balsam Hill’s 7″ Miracle Flam LED Wax Pillar Candle.
It can be turned on or set to a timer with a handy remote that comes with each candle.
I love how much life that little lemon tree brings to the space.
The details are amazing – right down to the tree blossoms.
Now if only we would see some tree blossoms soon here…
For Easter, I planned an intimate little tablescape with lots of color.
The centerpiece of the table is Balsam Hill’s Peach Blossom Arrangement.
I added my pink dishes and gold flatware for a glamorous look.
The table adds so much color to my neutral kitchen nook.
On either side of the floral arrangement, I added Balsam Hill’s Peach Blossom Candle Rings.
These florals make any day special.
I also added those candles I love so much to add ambience.
In the floral rings are Balsam Hill’s 5″ Miracle Flame LED Wax Pillar Candles.
My kids saw the table and can’t wait to dine!
I’m hoping I can make something to eat worthy of this gorgeous tablescape!
What are your favorite colors for spring?
I’m adding navy and blush with pops of other colors throughout my home.
I’m joining 5 other bloggers in Balsam Hill’s Spring in Bloom Campaign:
- Courtney of French Country Cottage
- Jenni of Dear Lillie Studio
- Jamie of So Much Better with Age
- Heidi of Honeybear Lane
- Irina of Bond Girl Glam
Go to Balsam Hill’s Facebook page for a great giveaway! One lucky reader will win a decorating package which includes your choice of our Outdoor Safe Floral Collection (includes wreath, window box, potted foliage, hanging basket, mailbox swag) and Woodland Garden Statues.
This post has been sponsored by Balsam Hill. All thoughts and opinions are my own.