Easter Parade Blog Hop Farmhouse Bedroom

I hope you are enjoying each and every stop the Easter Parade blog hop!  If you are coming over from Summer Adams Designs , welcome!  I am so glad you are here! 

Enjoy my tour, and be sure to check out the next stop on the blog hop, at the end of this post!


I am such a simple girl.

I literally do not own a single necklace or pair of earrings.

My shoe collection consists of a pair of wedges and a pair of flats.

This entire winter I wore the same three button ups, three sweaters and three pairs of jeans.  My husband and I have always called this "my uniform."

I have gone through seasons of my life where I have tried to be a little more fancy, and get some high heals, red lipstick and gold dangle earrings.

Everyone else seems to look so amazing with bold lipstick and a trendy new hair color.  

I look ridiculous.  

I think my personality was just never meant for it.

I definitely tend more toward minimalism.

I function best in spaces that are uncluttered and neutral.


Now, if only everyone in my home felt this way, I may not have had to shove a whole bunch of books in another corner while photographing this room! ;)

And my kids' room...well, that's another post entirely.  

But I digress.


For our Easter bedroom, I kept it simple and minimal. 

The walls are painted with Benjamin Moor White Dove.

The dresser is painted with Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint in Shutter Gray.

I painted all the doors, trim, baseboards and crown molding with Benjamin Moore white paint straight off the shelves.

I just feel like you can't go wrong with white!


I added some potted herbs to the nightstands, because nothing says early spring like potted thyme and parsley.

I found the basket, that is in the night stand, a few weeks ago, at a garage sale.  It fits perfectly.

To avoid folding my kids laundry and putting it away, I shove it in this basket.  

Then, when they need outfits in the morning, I don't have to go to their rooms.  I just pull the unfolded clothes out of this basket and get them dressed.


I designed this "He is Risen" pillow this year for the shop.


I wrote a tutorial on how to make this striped linen ruffle throw.  

It really is super simple, and love it on the bed for spring!


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Thank you so much for stopping by simple farmhouse Easter bedroom!

He is not here, for he has risen, as he said. Come, see the place where he lay.  
Matthew 28:6

Next Stop on the Easter Parade blog hop is Sheila at Maison de Cinq.  Head on over to her beutiful blog for some Easter inspiration.

Also, be sure to check out the rest of the lovely ladies on the Easter Parade:

Summer Adams at Summer Adams Designs

Sheila at Maison de Cinq

Jennifer at The Grace House

Kim and Lacey at Styled with Lace

Deborah at Vintage

CC at CC and Mike

Kathleen at Lindsay Hill Interiors

Amie at Meme Hill Studios

Joan at 2 Ladies and a Chair

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