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Spring Farmhouse Decorating Home Tour

Spring Farmhouse Decorating Home Tour: Black and white spring home tour with some pops of pastels and rustic farmhouse style.

Spring Farmhouse Decorating Home Tour: Black and white spring home tour with some pops of pastels and rustic farmhouse style.I’m so excited to be joining some of my favourite Canadian bloggers for this spring farmhouse decorating home tour.  Be sure to check at the bottom of this post for links to all their beautiful homes.  You’re sure to be inspired!

Black and white spring home tour

Temperatures were spring like last week for a few days, and I even managed to get out and collect some pussy willows and a sweet little abandoned nest from last year.  I’m so excited to have my house looking a little spring like too, and share with you.  This year I stuck with my black and white base and added a few little hits of pastels.  I love how it turned out.  The black and white feels kind of crisp and fresh and with lots of fresh greens (and even some faux greens and flowers) it’s very spring-y too.

spring letter board

When I was a child I really didn’t see the point of gardening, and thought it was such a waste of time.  But as I get older, I just can’t wait for spring and to see what’s coming up in the garden.  I don’t have quite as much time as I’d like to keep my garden perfectly weeded, but I do love to see what’s blooming and growing.  And there truly is nothing quite like vegetables right out of the garden.

Spring farmhouse decorating


Spring Farmhouse Decorating in the Dining Room

My little console table and bar cart are just inside the door in the dining room, so we’ll start our home tour there.

spring bar cart

I tried to keep things quite black and white, so I made some black and white Easter eggs this year.

Spring farmhouse decorating home tour

The table is set the for Easter, and I’m sharing all the details of the Black and White Easter Table here.

black and white Spring farmhouse decorating

I wasn’t 100% sure about a black and white Easter table, but I LOVE how it turned out.

Favourite detail …has to be the bunny ears and tails.  More details on Wednesday, but seriously, how cute!  😉

modern farmhouse Spring Home Tour

And this simple centrepiece full of my DIY’d black and white Easter eggs.  I’ll be sharing a video on the nail polish marbled eggs soon.  The others are simple black matte spray paint, and drawn on with a black sharpie.  You can find the tutorial for the cement Easter eggs here.

black and white modern farmhouse spring home tour

Black and White Buffalo Check Wall

My black and white buffalo check wall got a fun update for spring too.  See the tutorial on how I painted the Black and White Buffalo Check Feature Wall it here.

spring farmhouse decorating

I used simple faux flowers -just lily-of-the-valley and white tulips to create some 3-D wall art.

black and white accent feature wall

It was really simple to do and adds so much drama to the space.

spring decor ideas

The flowers are held in place with a simple straight pin, and then there’s a little washi tape making them look taped to the wall.

I did start out with just washi tape, then added clear cello tape underneath for more strength, but they kept falling down.  My sister had the great idea to use pins, and it worked perfectly

black and white spring decor

And a few more black and white touches.
Black and white spring home tour

Now from the dining room into the living room.

The Living Room

Black and white spring decor

I’ve carried the black and white check into here as well, but there’s a few little pastel pops of colour too.

Spring Farmhouse Decorating on The Mantel

spring mantel ideasI started out with the fireplace mantel.  It’s quite simple, but I really like how it turned out.

spring mantel

I started out by adding the feathers.  They’re strung on simple thread, and hung from a branch.  They make a perfect spring backdrop.

Spring mantel

I love the simplicity of it.

farmhouse spring mantelOn the couch, more black and white, and that little pop of pink.

Black and white spring home tourThe coffee table is a collection of pretty little things.

small Easter BasketEaster decorI love creating fun little groupings like this.  And the one little lily-of-the-valley, helps tie back to the feature wall in the dining room.

Black and white spring decorOver on the side table stumps I couldn’t resist this little chick who looks like he’s just hatched from one the eggs.

black and white living roomfarmhouse easter decorAnd from the living room, it’s into the kitchen.

The Kitchen

kitchen open shelvesWe updated our kitchen in the fall for the One Room Challenge, and what a difference it has made.  An unexpected pleasure has been decorating the open shelves for each season.

black and white kitchen with open shelvingThey got a few Easter updates with some pretty pastels.

Easter shelfIt all started with this perfect little black and white striped container rom HomeSense that I added to our coffee station.

spring shelfieAnd then I remembered these cute little spring watercolour cards that I bought years ago.  They were in silver frames so I switched them to black and think they look so sweet on the shelves.

spring kitchen open shelvesspring lamb watercolour artAnd then I found one more cute little striped bunny at HomeSense.

spring shelvesSuch simple little additions, and so perfectly spring!

Spring Home TourOver by the sink I added some more pussy willows.

Spring Home TourOver on the other side of the room there are a few spring touches too.

Spring Farmhouse Decorating in the Eating Area

spring farmhouse decoratingThe table is looking so sweet.

Black and white spring decoratingAnd some spring cookies too!

Black and white spring decorAnd on the wall, an update to my macrame wall hanging -see how I made it here.

macrame spring wreathI added in a few florals and some faux succulents for spring.

macrame spring wreathUnderneath, another little spring vignette.  My favourite is the little silver trophy cup filled with pussy willows.

Spring farmhouse decorating Thanks for joining me.

Black and white spring home tour
With spring farmhouse decorating, life really is a party!

More Inspiration

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Be sure to check out all the Canadian Bloggers Spring Home Tours below, they’re sure to inspire you! Special thanks to Shannon from Home Made Lovely and Christina from The DIY Mommy for hosting.


Home Made Lovely

A Pretty Life

The Happy Housie

Life is a Party

This Mama’s Dance


So Much Better With Age

The Dreamhouse Project

The Learner Observer

A Burst of Beautiful

Woman in Real Life


Clean and Scentsible

Paper Rose

Harbour Breeze Home

Emmett’s ABCs


The DIY Mommy

Mint Candy Designs

Rambling Renovators

The Creek Line House

PMQ for two


Kim Power Style

Northern Style Exposure

Vinyet Etc

Amidst The Chaos

One House 2 Barns


  1. Thanks so much Christina. I wasn’t sure black and white would look very spring-y, but I sure love how it turned out!

  2. So lovely Dannyelle! I love the black and white for Easter…you’ve done an amazing job with all the details! I’m especially loving that check wall with the 3D plant art…gorgeous!

  3. I love how fresh and inviting your space is. I would love to use that saying too, totally speaks to me! Love the flowers taped on the gingham wall and the feathers floating from the branch! Very whimsical and creative. Love everything nature inspired in this space. Totally inspires me!!

  4. I absolutely love the way you’ve decorated for the season with your signature black and white! It’s gorgeous! There’s so much to love beginning with that wall. I love the painted tree trunks, the macrame, and all the natural touches you’ve incorporated.

    Pinning and sharing. 😉

  5. Wow, so much to see and all of it is wondrous. Everything you showed in your photos is so gorgeous. You have a beautiful home, every last bit you featured in your photos is wow. Guess you can tell am so inspired and impressed with your Spring home. love the black and white even tho am person who loves color.
    The stick with the fluffy feathers is so clever, wonderful touch and your buffalo check wall with flowers, very artistic also.
    While I can’t emulate all I saw did get out some metal decorated cups to put some chicken feathers in, put them up on our shutter shelf in living room and some in both bathrooms. Loved that little touch of softness. So many times am on here reading a post but stop to get something similar to what have seen to decorate my own home, am so inspired. If I wait will forget.
    so enjoyed your tour. Happy Spring and Easter.

  6. A veritable feast for the eyes! The dining room with that floral wall (perfection!) and the bunny place settings (tails on chairs?!) are super cute, and then the kitchen and living room bring it all home. I love the striped bunny jars and all the little chickies. Spring has definitely sprung at your home.

  7. Such a lovely tour Dannyelle. So many great creative touches! I especially love the flower wall in the dining room.

  8. Jane, thanks so much for the lovely feedback, I really appreciate it. I’d love to see any spring touches we inspired. Please share a photo on our Facebook page.
    Best, Dannyelle

  9. Love the black and white touches with the white backgound. Your house is lovely – my favorites are the feather/branch hanging, the black and white eggs, the adorable fuzzy chick and your painted tree stump side tables. Where did you get the feathers? I live in the US and we have Michaels, Hobby Lobby and of course Amazon. Looking forward to more posts. Jill

  10. Danyelle! So beautiful! I always love how crisp and fresh your home feels, and the little pops of spring colour are perfect! You have such fantastic style- it’s always a pleasure to take your tours!

  11. Hi Dannyelle,
    Wow, love all the pictures on spring home, my favourite is the dining room wall with the flowers on it. You have a amazing eye for details.

  12. Hi Jill, thanks so much for all your lovely feedback. The feathers are just from Michaels, should be easy to find. Happy Spring.

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