I didn't really decorate my peat pots. I brushed on a little sealer to darken the pots and add just a bit of shine. You could use poly or varnish. Then I punched four sets of holes in the top sides of each pot.
I pulled the little black cubby shelf and a couple of faux plants out of my vignette making stashes.
I cut four lengths of jute about 11" long. Then tied them in knots on each end. I cut off the excess jute. These will be the pot's handles. Then I tore off a piece of paper towel and stuffed it into the pots to prop up my mini pots of faux greenery.
Then I stuffed Spanish moss in around the mini inner pot to fill up the peat pot.
Then I painted the black bead board cubby with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in old white.
Next I added a piece of barn wood to the bottom of the shelf. I didn't nail or glue it so it can be removed.
Then I dragged out these Target Smith and Hawkins' bunnies seen here from 2012.
The bunnies had a little paint missing from a couple summers outdoors but I sanded off more paint in spots to give them the appearance of age. I placed more Spanish moss in a miniature bucket and added one of my styrofoam button eggs on top.
I set up my little bunny and peat pot vignette atop my "over the sink" shelf in the kitchen.
A neutral, easy, and a bit rustic "spring" vignette!