But I do love the tablescapes of Easter. (And butter lambs, and pazcki. I am from Buffalo after all.) I'm sure this makes me a hypocrite, but if you spent as much time (like nearly moving in) to Pottery Barn as I did today, you would probably be in love with bunny-everything and fake spring eggs too.
I almost ordered a 12+ person table and a new couch in the most dreamy performance basket-weave neutrals you've ever seen. (This picture is not the dreamy basket-weave. But I got scared of the Pottery Barn girls eying my cell phone activity. Which is why there are no pictures of the tablescapes either. I wanted to be all like, "Back OFF Pottery Barn girls! And let a girl DREAM!" but I chickened out.)
It was so delusional I even called Matt to join me and we sat on things and picked out finishes as if we could afford a 3k sofa. Then we went and picked out knobs for our kitchen at Anthro and he ate in the food court. (You know, more of a reality.)
In other news, we hosted our first dinner back into the world of a living kitchen. I cooked beets and took my first stab at French macarons. They were tasty but hollow inside.
That's okay though, I have more than a months worth of practice to get under my belt until I host my own Easterscape table. Pastel fun-flavored macarons for everyone!