Back To Black.

We’ve found and shown a lot of great Blue and White finds from TJ Maxx and HomeGoods. We now feel it our duty to give a little love to the most classic color combination of them all, Black and White.


Understandably, a black shirt (or black clothing  of any sort) does not seem like the best go-to for summer fashion but this lightweight cotton Pepin Black and White Embroidered Top [$29.99, Originally $58] might get you looking.


Plus it’s not ALL black. The white embroidered designs add the perfect bohemian look to a classic color. We love the tassels too!


Even better perk of this top is that it holds enough design to be paired with dark skinny jeans and a pair of sandal flats.


Or if you are more adventurous than some of us, you could top your outfit off with some wedges. These Brown Leather Wedges by VINCE were a favorite #TJMaxx find of our model, Savannah, and cost her less than 50% of the original price – $129.99 vs. $300.


There is a reason she looks so happy in all the pictures. TJ Maxx does that to people. Would love to see what great #blackandwhite finds you score or even just great, breezy, summer tops! Tag @maxxaddicts on your social media posts and stay cool out there!

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Forever Blue

If you have followed MaxxAddict at all, you already know how much we are feeling the blues this season. Happy to say that HomeGoods is feeling them too. This room already had this beautiful beaded dark blue headboard, all it needed was some other shades of blue to pull it all together.


The selection of pillows at HomeGoods never disappoints. We had some velvet navy pillows already which we adorned with a collection of our other pillow finds. The Big White Lace Pillows by Piu Bell [$29.99 each, originally $40] on either sides of the velvet pillows served as a perfect stark backdrop to the blues.


The first row of pillows all came from HomeGoods. Striped Blue and Cream Background Pillow by Ralph Lauren [$24.99] in the middle and the Waved Striped Pillow [$24.99] and Ikat Pillow Blue Cream & Royal [$24.00] to the sides.



We love the detail of this Ikat pillow! For all followers who aren’t familiar with the term Ikat, it’s a fabric made using an Indonesian decorative technique in which warp or weft threads, or both, are tie-dyed before weaving. One of the greatest shifts in design through the years has been the move from using just one style to decorate a home to combining styles and techniques from all over the world. Using this Ikat pillow is just one example of how to do that.


For the nightstand (which is actually a bistro table) we found this Modern Blue Leaf Print [$59.99]. It serves as a great backdrop to the knickknacks and books on the table and also does a great job of pulling all the blues together.


Knickknacks: 12-Point Mirrored Star [$12.99], Blue and White Urn [$12.99]. All mixed with that fun golden llama, which was already in the room and was not purchased at HomeGoods – although I have seen similar items there. Also added a faux succulent to add a touch of freshness to the room. The lamp is a Visual Comfort design, a brand that HomeGoods always carries!


Pay no attention to the title of the yellow book 🙂


We love how this Forever Blue look came together. Would love to see what great blue finds you come across at TJ Maxx and Home Goods!

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Romper Love

TJ Maxx always has a great selection of summer coverups and rompers. This one, however, definitely stood out. It is made from beautiful cloth and the printed floral details really class it up and make it more resort wear than anything else.


Two-Toned Blue and White Floral Romper by Blue Island 



Definitely doesn’t look or wear like it’s $19.99! The original price of $30 is also not bad but we’d prefer the lesser price. Of course.


Beautiful sleeves!


Perfect coverup for any body of water and even nice enough to wear after a day of water parks, beach, laking, or boating!

Would love to see what great coverup you find at your local #TJMaxx!

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Indoors To Outdoors

Memorial Day for my family means reflecting on the sacrifices of those who came before us – especially that of my late father-in-law who served as a general surgeon during WWII. We do this by visiting graves or spending time in an area of our yard we call “Grammy’s Grove”. It is in these places we often feel their presence.

Below are the many looks we created in Grammy’s Grove with some great indoor/outdoor decor from #tjmaxx and #homegoods! Hoping each of you are able to find a quiet place outdoors today to stand (or sit) in remembrance this Memorial Day Weekend.



With the patio furniture I already have, I add some pops of color with these red and cream pillows and some fun little knickknacks from HomeGoods.


The cute dog (who needs a haircut!) was not purchased at TJ Maxx. However, she is no stranger to its aisles. Yes, I take my dog with me everywhere I can.


I have used these iron birds in other posts – All In White – and if you’ve have read there you know how much we adore them. I bought these a couple years ago at HomeGoods and am always on the lookout for more. They are so versatile and work in any indoor or outdoor space!



I placed the short bird on top of this beautiful Mango Wood Lidded Container [$3.99] to give the table some variance and dimension.


Additionally, this is the same vase from the Feeling The Blues post. I placed fresh trimmings from an Evergreen Laurel bush in this beautiful Hand Blown Glass Vase with Blue Rim  that I got for $6! – and this time layered it on top of a round brass tray and these White and Blue Dinner [$4.99] and Salad Plate [$6.99]. Just another example of why you shouldn’t limit your decor searching to one department!


I placed Reindeer Moss and a faux plant within a small black container to pull all the greens together and placed this beautiful White Textured Ceramic Candle [$3.99].



All these knickknacks surrounded this classic Wicker Lamp by Ralph Lauren [$49.99]. My husband installed an outlet nearby so we could have light outside without lighting a fire. Creating an outdoor space with a touch of the indoors is one of my favorite designs.


We also toyed around with some other beautiful knickknacks and even pillows because as you know, there is no shortage of either of these things at HomeGoods.


These Geometric Print Pillows tie in well with the style of the blue and white plates. For nights when the mosquitos are out, I have this beautiful Teal Blue Citronella Candle [$6.99]. 


I also really love the rich blueness of these two below pillows. One is Woven Blue and Cream Star Honeycomb Pillows [$24.99] that could be used both indoors and outdoors and the other is a Knitted Navy Blue Pillow [$29.99].



Lastly, I placed this darling Iron Cast Pig Planter [$19.99] at the base of one of the chairs and loaded it with high quality faux greens. I can’t get over how cute it turned out.


Our other dog, Norington, even made friends with the pig.


We love this outdoor space, especially on days like Memorial Day, and look forward to using this space and the beautiful colors and decor, for many years to come. We would love to see the outdoor spaces you create for this summer with HomeGoods decor. Be sure to tag #maxxaddict on any social media posts for a chance to be regrammed.

Safety to and thanks to you all and the service you provide for one another!

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Weekend Warrior

If you’re planning on going anywhere for Memorial Day weekend, even if it’s just to somewhere local, I am sure you are planning on being comfortable. Here’s a perfect blue, black and white outfit that is also comfortable, affordable, classy and oh-so-Memorial-Day-wknd.


We paired these breezy Black Lightweight Joggers [$12.99] with a Navy Blue Pleated Sleeve Top by W5 [$16.99 TJ Maxx, $24.99 Retail].


Lace Ankle Wrap Espadrilles by Maypole Italy [$24.99 TJM|$60 Retail]


Also, added in this Blue and White Striped Tote [$29.99] which goes so well with so many outfit choices – see MaxxAddicts and Maxxinitstas post – so much so that we are GIVING ONE AWAY. Tag 5 friends on our #weekendwarrior Instagram post who have carried you through this winter and just like that, you will be in the running to win this tote. More details at the end of this post!


Stay cool and classy this Memorial Day weekend (and every weekend). Would love to see the looks you put together from TJ Maxx and HomeGoods! Be sure to tag #maxxaddict 🙂

GIVEAWAY: Blue and White Striped Tote. Must tag 5 friends on Instagram post (who are not already following MaxxAddicts) by Tuesday, May 23rd, Midnight PST. Shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or any other U.S. Territory not available. If you do live in one of these territories, however, you can win and send to a friend living within one of the 50 states. Have a safe and memorable Memorial Day!

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All In White

So much WHITE on WHITE this season and why not because it’s timeless. Here is to a fresh start! So if you need a bit of updating this is a very quick and inexpensive way to achieve it. We tried it out the WHITE on WHITE craze on a very traditional kitchen. As usual, HomeGoods made it really easy. Just when we walked through their doors there was a huge display of beautiful white plates, bowls, pitchers, cup and lidded containers. So many that it was virtually impossible to miss all those wonderful shapes, sizes, and textural designs.

All the items including the larger bowls and containers are new purchases. The plates are finds from years past.


Fell in love with all the different shaped and textures. They each are so unique and bring interest to what otherwise could have a collection of boring matching dishes. Both Pitchers [$5.99 sml, $6.99 lg] shown here by Home Essentials – a Homegoods brand that really impresses.


DSC_0600These Dotted Relief Soup Bowls by Primogero [$5.99] also add a lot of interest and texture. The Small Cylinder Container with Wooden Lid, Made In Portugal [$7.99] was actually found in the bathroom department. It serves well as a sugar or salt container. I actually had never thought of searching the bath department for items like this before but it proved to be a valuable source so don’t pass it up when looking for lidded container or small scale open containers.

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This Textured Container, Made In Portugal [$7.99], next to the pitchers, was also found the bath department.

MaxxAddict Tip: Our latest discovery has been, don’t limit your search to items found only within the obvious departments. Items from the kitchen department can often easily be used to decorate a living room, bedrooms and baths spaces. Likewise, on items from the bath department can serve in kitchen bedrooms and even living spaces.

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If you’ve seen some of our other MaxxAddict designs you know how much we love using trays to layer items and make them become a focal point. This Wood Kitchen Tray [$19.99] proved to be a great compliment to all it is carrying.

Upon the tray is placed a Porcelain Utensil Jar, Made In Portugal [7.99] with some faux succulent and reindeer moss in an iron container. The greens add to this natural updated look. The stack of contemporary square salad plates plus the wooden utensils are all brought together with the inlay white leaf design of the raw wooden tray.

The Iron Bird was purchased at HomeGoods but not this trip. You know when there are things that just speak to you and say, “BUY ME”? This bird happens to be one of those things. Sometimes you just have to go with your gut, even if you are not quite sure where the decor will end up. For me, when I follow that instinct, it almost always seems to find the perfect place. I have used this bird it in multiple spaces and designs throughout the years and am now always on the lookout for more!

Would love to see what WHITE on WHITE finds you come across. And if you like any of the looks or design tips we would love for you to tag us – #maxxaddict.

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Cinco De Maxxo

Mexico has been a long-time favorite vacation destination for me and my family. Every time we are able to go, we come back with sunburns, Chiclets, a few extra pounds and always some new home decor item. While I have some of my own imported decor, I love seeing what TJ Maxx and HomeGoods brings into their stores and was inspired this year by their selection. I did my best to put together as non-touristy look as possible and bring you a real authentic Cinco De Mayo table. I am so pleased with how it turned out and feel as if I am walking the streets of San Miguel Allende every time I look at these fun festive treasures. I hope you feel the same!


We started the entire design first with these Silver Decorative Pigs [$5.99 each] and surrounded them with knickknacks from throughout our house. The star candles, fruit and center bowl are ones I purchased in Mexico a long time ago but I have definitely seen similar at TJ Maxx and HomeGoods.



I generally don’t love the quality of faux flowers but I found these Cala Lillies [$16.99] and Roses [$19.99] that look paperlike and so similar to what I have seen in Mexico. I really love the color and authenticity they added to this look!




For the place setting, I alternated Blue Rimmed Salad Plates by Martha Stewart [$14.99, Set of 4] with some Blue and White plates I have had for years and even used on my Easter table this year as well.




The Green Seeded Glass Tumblers and Tall Clear Seeded Glass Drinking Glasses – both from HomeGoods but not recent purchases – look wonderful along with the Rag Cream Placemats with Jute Border by Timbuktu [$12.99, Set of 4] and the a maxx-up of my Gold Hammered Flatware by St. James [$59.99, Set of 24] and a new set I was able to find of Copper Hammered Flatware by Artisan Home [$24.99, Set of 16].

MaxxAddict Tip: Don’t feel like you need to buy all new stuff to put together a completely new look. Each season, only buy the best in quality items and things that you really love and use them time and time again. If you didn’t notice, I used the Gold Hammered Flatware, Cream Placemats, Green Seeded Tumblers in some of my Easter settings and the Blue and White Fluted Stoneware Bowl in my Feeling The Blues post.


I carried the theme throughout each chair as well by alternating Blue and White Outdoor Pillows.

MaxxAddict Tip: Embrace the fact that sometimes TJ Maxx only has one of something when you need more by finding similar items and mixx and maxxing. In the end, you’ll be much happier with the overall look and will avoid creating something matchy-matchy or even similar to what others put together.



Zigzag Blue and White Outdoor Pillows by Tommy Bahama [$14.99, Set of 4]


My finishing touch was adding these darling Iron Birds, Blue Ceramic Bird Citronella Candles (bought last year) and small salt and pepper shakers.




I hope you enjoy what I have put together for Cinco De Mayo/Maxxo (take your pick) and would love to see what you create from your TJ Maxx and HomeGoods finds. Use the hashtag #maxxaddict and #cincodemaxxo for a chance to have your post re-grammed.

But also, before you go, SCROLL DOWN past one last shot of those roses, to see the cutest Cinco De Mayo outfit. Then run to buy it because I saw several of these dresses at my local store.


SEE! Isn’t this dress so cute and perfect for a Cinco De Mayo party? Or any party for that matter?


It’s a Max Studio Mid Dress [$34.99, Originally $65] and I love how flattering it is on Mackenzie.


The sleeves and neckline add so much flare and make it a very unique striped dress (especially when compared to all those other striped dresses popping up everywhere).




We paired it with this Made In Italy White Leather Purse [$120, Originally $250] that our other MaxxAddict model wore in the last post as well as the Brown Leather Sandals by Vince [$129.99, Originally $300].


With a pop of red lipstick, this entire look fits perfectly into our Blue and White Cinco De Maxxo Setting and makes Mackenzie the perfect senorita.


I hope you all have a wonderful, festive and safe Cinco De Mayo!

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MaxxAddicts and Maxxinistas

I feel as if I can’t start a blog about great finds at TJ Maxx and HomeGoods without showing the clothes! So I rounded up some cute fellow MaxxAddicts to share some of their finds and mine too. Introducing Savannah and Mackenzie and just a few of the darling dresses, pants, tops, and bags TJ Maxx has to offer.


As you can see, the Blu&White trend is also taking over the clothing scene as well. And we all know that Black&White is a forever staple.


Lovely Mackenzie is wearing this darling lightweight Blu&W Printed Max Studio Dress. Its original retail price was $50 but she snagged it for $29.99!



Lace Ankle Wrap Espadrilles by Maypole Italy [TJ Maxx Price $24.99|Retail Price $60]


She coupled it with this Blu&W Woven Tote by Sondra Roberts [TJ Maxx Price $29.99|Retail Price $70] that I absolutely love.



Savannah found this Black and White Checkered Top by Sanctuary Clothing [$19.99 TJ Maxx Price | $69 Retail] and paired it with her favorite hat and dark skinny jeans.



Love this sleeve!


Brown Leather Wedges by Vince [$129.99 TJ Maxx Price|$300 Retail Price]. These shoes were a huge find for Savannah. She was giddy both when she found and wore these.


White Leather Purse [TJ Maxx Price $199.99|Retail Price $250]


Here she is posing with our first male MaxxAddict model, Norington. He was following us around the whole time. When Savannah finally picked him up he actually performed quite well under the pressure. Even dogs love TJ Maxx!

Would love to see all the great things you have. Tag #maxxaddicts and #maxxaddict.

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Feeling The Blues

If you haven’t noticed, Blue and White is everywhere these days.  This makes me particularly happy since it has been a longtime design love of mine. What also makes this addict happy is that TJ Maxx and HomeGoods have stocked up on the Blue and White Season trend and their merchandise picks are not disappointing. At all.

Over the next little bit, I will be sharing how I have incorporated the Blue and White craze into my life and home. I hope you enjoy not only what I found but what you find too!

This post is dedicated to some of the Blue and White bowls and plates I found at my local HomeGoods store. At first, it seems a little chaotic when I put all these together but take a look for yourself – it works! I obviously wouldn’t have all of this on a table set for one but I would (and you could) mix and match the designs for a summer dinner centerpiece and individual settings as well. Details below!


For the centerpiece, I placed fresh trimmings from an Evergreen Laurel bush in this beautiful Hand Blown Glass Vase with Blue Rim  that I got for $6! – in one of my own Blu&W bowls, I have had forever from a trip to Mexico. I then placed all that on top of this darling Dinner Plate with Rippled Blue Border by Spectrum Design [$3.99 each].

MaxxAddict Tip: Unique and beautiful plates or bowls also make unique and beautiful centerpieces. Don’t feel like you need to opt for a traditional centerpiece vase OR if you do, layer it with other unique items!



I used the same plate for the actual dinner plate along with these beautiful Navy Blue Bold Rimmed Salad Plates by Martha Stewart [$14.99, Set of 4]. I then used a simple white linen napkin underneath these great Blu&W Paisley and Floral Placemats by Nicole Miller Home [$12.99, Set of 4]. For the flatware, I found another set that I could keep and use forever, Copper Hammered Flatware by Artisan Home [$24.99, Set of 16].



Bold Flower Bowls [$3.99]


Again, I love how different in styles and designs these all are – some traditional American, some Oriental, some Mexican – and yet together they flow so well.


Dragonfly Bowl with Orange Rim [$4.99]

MaxxAddict Tip: Don’t worry about styles and designs as much as colors! You can create a lot of beautiful and unique spaces keeping this in mind. Fill a drawer or cabinent of these and let your guests, children, or grands pick their favorite one.


For example, this Blu&W Dragon Plate [$7.99] is not my typical style and yet it looks so great with everything else and adds so much interest.


My mother-in-law, who we all affectionately call “Grammy”, used to always say, a touch of Oriental adds class. I am in love with these Oriental bowls. I see these in Chinatown everytime I visit my daughters in San Francisco. Price is much much better at TJ Maxx and HomeGoods though – especially when you factor in the cost of travel.


Oriental Blu&W Floral and Leaves Bowls [$6.99] – top left corner.


Blu&W Vine Bowl [$4.99] and Blu&W Floral Bowl [$6.99]



I found this Kitty Bowl [$3.99] which I the grands will love. Having a cat in your home without dealing with allergies and litter boxes is a win-win for everyone involved.


XL Blu&W Vine Bowl [$7.99]


Lastly, this beautiful Blu&W Leaf Bowl [$7.99] really could be used for any occasion. A mixx and maxx of all these bowls/plates could even be beautiful for a wedding table and reception! I would love to see your TJ Maxx and HomeGoods Blu&W finds! Be sure to tag #maxxaddict and your pic just might get re-posted on the MaxxAddict page as well. Hope you feel the good kind of blues this season!



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Brunch Bunnies

For a couple years now, with all my children grown up, I have worked to figure out how to best share my talents and bless the lives of others. I have come up with countless ideas (some good, some not so good) and have bought more GoDaddy domain names than I ever want to admit. It has definitely been a process of creation, failing, learning, and picking myself up and trying again. I believe this is something every mother, who has fully committed their lives to raising their children, will or has encountered. The point in a mother’s life when our projects are no longer, fully, our children and we have just a little more idle time to create something new. For me, designing homes and decorating them as been an integral part of raising my children. With this talent, I have been able to create a safe and beautiful haven for the most important people in my life while also doing the same for others. It only makes sense that I continue on this path but I wasn’t quite sure how.

My daughters have been involved all throughout these projects and have supported and encouraged me to take my talents and move forward. Very recently, on a trip to see my “grands”, one of my daughters mentioned the concept of MaxxAddict to me (though the name came later). While there are many (I have been told) design blogs out there, I never thought to start my own – it is a world I am not well accustomed to. This daughter, however, not only has a strong technical background, but she had also grown up scouring TJ Maxx with me. She knows well how much I appreciate the budget prices of TJ Maxx and HomeGoods and we both feel it is a resource more people on budgets should know about!

We went the very next day, to the closest TJ Maxx and HomeGoods, and got to working. What we found has inspired our very first MaxxAddict Tip as well as holiday-inspired post – we hope you enjoy!

MaxxAddict Tip: If you are preparing for a holiday, shop early! Holiday merchandise starts coming in months in advance. This year, I was blown away by the Easter selection. When it comes to uniqueness and variety, HomeGoods has even Pottery Barn and Williams-Sonoma, beat. It was impossible to select only one Easter look but eventually, I narrowed it down – at least a bit. You will see that with a number of items I purchased I was able to use them in a variety of settings. Absolutely loved putting these together and I hope they get you as excited as I am to celebrate this wonderful holiday! Hop on over to your nearest store and as always, happy hunting!

Brunch Bunnies Table



For the centerpiece, I found so many fun things including these darling Standing Pewter Bunnies, Made In India [$16.99 each], the Petite Wooden Dipping Bowls [$7.99 for 2-pack] which I filled with my go-to green of reindeer moss, and the Colored Blown Glass Vases by Vitrocolon [$3.99 each] which I also filled with greens, but this time artificial ones. I placed all of these on a two-tiered dessert stand that I already had at my house.

img_9354-1.jpgimg_93481.jpgIMG_9343I also loved mixing the different metals, woods, and glass I found like these Petite Brass Bunnies [$3.99 each] with the Standing Pewter Bunnies [$16.99 each]. Think it gives a really great and unique vintage mixed with modern look and not one you would typically see on an Easter table.

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Also, how great are these Moss Bunnies made by Cottontail? That’s a rhetorical question of course because they really are just that great. I was able to find a Large [$5.99] and Petite [$4.99] one and love how they pulled in the other greens I have placed on the table. MaxxAddict Tip: Repeating items and colors bring continuity and cohesive flows to looks. Just as the mix of these moss bunnies, artificial, and fresh greens do!


For the place settings, I used a simple white table cloth I already had, with these Rag Cream Placemats With Jute Border by Timbuktu [$12.99, Set of 4], Green Hand Blown Tumblers [$3.99], and Seeded Clear Drinking Glass [from my cupboard :)] and then I splurged on this Hammered Gold Flatware Set by St. James [$59.99, Set of 24] It’s a lot to fork over all at once but when you find good flatware, you should get it because it can be used time and time again. Really beautiful flatware is a sound investment that will last a lifetime (if well cared for) and can even be handed down from generation to generation. Some of my favorite flatware I use was handed down to me from those I love the most.


To give the bunny plates and table a little more hop, I placed them on these beautiful Beaded Tiffany Blue Dinner Plates by Matcreamica [$4.99 each] – which were made in Portugal, btw – and the Aqua Salad Plates With Raw Umber Edge by Galia Maioliche Miessica [$4.99 each]. 


Then, of course, the bunny plates! Bunny Plates by Arlington [$3.99 each] an incredible deal considering I found some similar (but again NOT as cute) sold by Pottery Barn [$28.50, Set of 4] and Williams-Sanoma [$59.95, Set of 4].

GIVEAWAY ALERT: I was able to find a bunch of these so I will be giving 6 away. See details at the end of this post to be considered.


Brunch Bunny Buffet

With a big centerpiece, it makes it difficult to place food in the middle so I generally set our food out on a buffet table. Since I found SO MANY great Easter things, decorating a buffet table wasn’t a problem at all. If anything, I found too much to place on the buffet table and will need to remove a couple items for day-of, but I wanted to show you all the great pieces!

The table we will be using this year is a small glass and iron one we have placed under a beautiful antique mirror. We inherited this mirror from my husband’s mother and are so grateful to have it in our home. We think of her and miss her often. The message of Easter, however, is a comforting reminder that we will see her again.

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The first thing that I found for this look was this darling Cabbage Row [$39.99]. I absolutely love how perfectly it fits below my mother-in-law’s mirror and love how perfectly it goes with the other finds.


Natural Woven Placemats, Benson Mills [$4.99 each], Embossed Aqua Tumblers [$3.99], Valencia Orange Bowls (Made In Italy), Valerie Home [$5.99 each], Jute Carrots by Gardener’s Eden [$9.99, Set of 6].


How cute is this Chubby Bunny With Gold Egg by Nicole Miller Home [$12.99]?

IMG_9300In the middle of the table, I placed this beautiful Mahogany Block Tray With Pewter Handles by Design Accents [$19.99], and used some of the bunny and blue plates to pull the look together. I also love these White Ceramic Basket Bunnies [$6.99] which I, once again, placed fresh reindeer moss in, but small chocolate eggs would be really cute as well. We will be using the tray for cheeses, fruits, and spreads – really, though, a tray like this would work perfectly with whatever you choose to serve that day and can be used time and time again.

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For different plate options, I placed this Gold and White Striped Salad Plate by Nicole Miller [$4.99] on top of these darling Cabbage Plates by BBY Bordallo [$5.99 each] along with this (it’s not chocolate!) Foiled Chick by NBC Trading [$7.99, Set Of 4]. I really just love how realistic that foiled chick looks! If you can’t find these, try actual foil wrapped chocolates to your look. That way, you can eat them too.

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Then, once again, I used these colorful hand blown glass vases and St. James flatware. Love love love how it all turned out and hope you do too. I would also love love love to see your Easter table settings (and otherwise) so please be sure to tag #maxxaddict.

Remember, though, that whatever you are able to create and afford this season is not actually about the bunnies but about The Lamb. I wish you all a Happy Easter filled with so much hope, color, friends, family, chocolate, and MaxxAddict-inspired decor!

GIVEAWAY DETAILS: 6 Bunny Plates by Arlington and 6 Aqua Salad Plates With Raw Umber Edge by Galia Maioliche Miessica. Must follow MaxxAddict blog, MaxxAddicts Instagram, and tag 5 Easter-loving friends to be considered for this giveaway! We will draw a name next Monday (03/10/2017) and ship out that day. Good luck! P.S. Stay tuned for more giveaways in the coming days.

*Must live within U.S. to win. Cannot win if living within Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico (sorry) unless you win and would like it sent somewhere else!

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