We really can't complain about the rain and the cold this year out here in the Pacific Northwest. It's been mild and dry for the most part, according to the weather guys on television, but we've had a few snow flurries on and off here the past week or so, and are expecting more rain this weekend.That being said, yesterday was a beautiful sun-shiny day and today is looking to be a fabulous repeat.
This weather inspires me, (along with daylight-savings time coming to an end this weekend)and I am oh-so-ready for spring! To plant flowers in pots, and pull out my springtime decorations. Even with rain in the forcast for this weekend, I decided that I'd go ahead and start with some faux spring touches at work, in the main foyer...
...and added a couple of springtime wreaths to both front doors.
It absolutely boggles my mind at just how real the faux flowers look these days. Seriously, look at my first photo up there and tell me that those little lavender sprigs in the pot don't look real enough that you'd like to put your nose to them for a lil' whiff of lavender. Aaaah-mazing. Truly.
When do you begin decorating for spring? Do you wait until Easter, or have you already got me beat by a couple of weeks? How much "Spring" decorating do you do outside, and inside, of your home? I'd love to hear what all you do!