My daffodils are still flowering, but the hyacinths are having a hard time of it in the heavy rains and high winds we've been having. So I've used silk flowers instead to anchor the center.
To the left is a cast bronze horse in the Tang Dynasty style. I've had this for a long time and still love the verdigris of the bronze. So many shades of green can be found for spring decor! There's various shades of green in the tapestry on the wall.
On the right are Waterford crystal candlesticks, a nod to St. Patrick's Day along with the brass shamrock.
The ceramic container evokes garden trellises. The bottom reads 'Made in Portugal' but provides no further information.
I have been enjoying decorating the bottom shelf of the stemware cabinet since our kitchen renovation. I've added green plates with Celtic designs and majolica plates with stylized flowers.
I placed a stained glass shamrock next to a pair of vintage green iced tea glasses I won as a door prize at the glass show I attend each year.
And of course I had to include this mischievous leprechaun!
I couldn't close this post without sharing a few more photos of Ireland. Above is Blarney Castle; below is the coast southwest of Cork.
I hope your March is green!