We’re big Instagram fans, and are always happy to find images from Pottery Barn customers and fans posted through Instagram. If you’re an Instagram fan, too, we’d love it if you followed Pottery Barn on Instagram. Want to share your Pottery Barn favorite finds? Tag your posts with #pbstyle and you might just see your Instagram photo on our blog! Here are a few Pottery Barn Instagram photos from our customers that are wowing us this week.
Instagram user demache17 shared details from her master bath. We love the gray and yellow color scheme!
Hippity hopping down the bunny trail . . . right onto michellesmits‘ sofa.
Instagram user cashcowan wrote, “So I think my new Easter banner is a wee too long. What is a girl to do???#buntingproblems #easter#potterybarn”
We love how missustasty placed her Pottery Barn ceramic bunny on her hearth. She explains, “White Rabbit on guard and chimney gatekeeper.”
Instagram user jenkins showed off photos of her lovely roses and Scroll Tile Rug at her home.
Instagramuser justycornell created a fun bunny tablescape, explaining, “Time to bust out the Spring/Easter decor! Thanks to a few of my favorite stores!” (Find her bunnies here.)
Instagram user keelowitt wrote, “Well… y’all knew this was happening! #ilovechickies”
Want to share your Pottery Barn favorite finds? Tag your posts with #pbstyle and you might just see your Instagram photo on our blog!
Pottery Barn just added a selection of Easter decor to the site, and we are crushing over all of the absolutely adorable bunnies. From table runners to egg cups, there are a variety of themed choices to create a woodland fairytale of a table this Easter.
Like many of you, we were curious as to how rabbits became associated with the Easter holiday. According to History.com, “The exact origins of this mythical mammal are unclear, but rabbits, known to be prolific procreators, are an ancient symbol of fertility and new life. According to some sources, the Easter bunny first arrived in America in the 1700s with German immigrants who settled in Pennsylvania and transported their tradition of an egg-laying hare called ‘Osterhase’ or ‘Oschter Haws.'”
Over time, this charming custom spread across the country, until the legend included the Easter Bunny’s delivery of candy and gifts to children. However this tradition evolved, we’re happy to add a variety of rabbits, in the form of cotton, ceramic, and metal to our table. See the slideshow below to shop for some of our favorites rabbits for your Easter table.
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