Springtime in My Front Hallway

Dear friends,

It’s springtime!

Many years ago, my Aunt Nancy kindly gave our family a porcelain bunny village which we set out nearly every year.  My favorite piece is the church, of course!

This year, the bunny village has a place of honor on the tall cabinet in our front hallway.

We often receive hand-me-down clothes from friends and neighbors, and we always try to pass along what we can’t use.  But I got tired of seeing plastic bags of clothes to be given away just plopped down in the hallway.  I bought a brown fabric hamper (with a sturdy wire frame) at Walmart, covered it with a right-sized board, added a vintage lace cloth, and topped it with a silk rose bouquet.  Decorative and useful at the same time!  

On the low table in the hallway, I put a bowl of lemons on a vintage lace doily.  They’re actually plastic, but you can’t tell that by looking at them.  I bought the whole bag of them for $1.49 at Salvation Army.  I’m still missing a few of them since my grandsons got a hold of them!

I just moved this plaque from the bathroom today.  I have been tweaking our bathrooms lately, as you can see here: 

Decorating and Organizing Bathroom Areas on a Budget

This framed print is next to our door, an appropriate place since it reads: “Lord, rest your hand upon this door and bless this house forevermore.”

That’s all for my front hallway today, but you can see previous posts featuring it here: 

Grace and peace,

Virginia Knowles

About virginiaknowles

I am a mother and grandmother of a huge family, and I still home school my youngest daughter. I write to stay sane. My WordPress blog is a combination of my Blogspot blogs, and may not be continually updated.
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2 Responses to Springtime in My Front Hallway

  1. Yes, Virginia, I posted a comment at wearethatfamily.com a day or so ago and have gotten a ton of traffic to that post, most of them very mean. I'm not publishing them. I tire of mean, unfounded comments! Thank you for your links. They are very good.

    Lori from Always Learning

  2. Virginia these are lovely spring ideas!! You just get me in the mood to change things up in my house and make it cheery for spring. Thanks for sharing over at WholeHearted Home this week.

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