Friday, March 21, 2014

The Spring Facade {2014}


Yesterday must have been one of the most beautiful first days of Spring ever.


Once my St. Patrick’s decor was put away, I quickly added my early Spring/Easter decor to the front facade.


Again this year, the two wooden carrot cut-outs by Show Me the Door add seasonal spirit to each door.



The central oyster wreath dons a new Spring green and white chevron bow along with faux eggs and a large straw carrot.



The front facade is simple but signifies that Spring is here to stay (I hope!).

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Spring Facade, y’all!


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  2. I love the new Uptown Acorn! Your Easter/Spring decor is usual.

    1. Thanks, Sara B.! You are the first person to "notice" a change! Uptown Acorn needed it. Thanks for following along:)

  3. I love how big those carrots are- definitely an eye catcher! I like your new blog look- very handsome!

  4. You are the master of holiday decorations! Love those carrots on the door and the adorable wreath on the porch. I can tell you're having beautiful weather.

  5. Ron your blog is looking so spiffy! Love the carrots on the door, how cute! I need something on my door and now you've inspired me. The change of seasons is always exciting and your wreath reflects it always.
    hugs, Linda

  6. Loving all your seasonal decorations, Ron! Your gardens are testament to that beautiful weather you have been having.

  7. I LOVE your Spring decor ... so fun and welcoming! Your homes looks beautiful dressed for the new season!

  8. Ron, cheers to you too! Loving your spring Easter touches. How clever the carrots are. The wreath is very unique and ties in beautifully with your location. Loving your new look, my friend.....xo

  9. I love the "carrot' door decor and the wreaths of oyster shells are gorgeous!...Spring has definitely arrived at your beautiful porch...Have a great weekend and Happy Spring!

  10. I so love the ever changing look of your oyster shell wreath. It is just awesome... Happy Spring!

  11. Wow, I so love the new look to your blog--so classy! Your decor on the facade looks great...I love the carrots on the door, and the oyster wreath is looking so Springish! Have a great day! xoxo

  12. What a good-lookin' blog...
    I sure like your large and impressive carrots...and the fun wreath. Lookin' goood.

  13. Hi Ron,
    I'm popping over from Linda's blog and I'm so glad she introduced you to us! Your blog design looks fabulous and I love the Spring décor on your home. You have a new follower. Have a great day!

  14. Late to the party...sorry! Love the new design (say it over at Linda's) Linda too!! Loving all the new Easter/Spring decor. Do you know the name of the color your front door is painted? We will be painting this spring and I love that color. I love the color Amanda used on her front door as well, since we will most likely be going back to our Charleston Green shutters (our fence color as well).

  15. You put me to shame..Doesn't feel like Spring at all around here..Cold again next week with possible snow on Tues..Yuk

  16. Looks beautiful! The carrots are fun and whimsical. Love all your plants too.



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