Spring decoration ideas and my home tour this year showcases how a house can easily be ever evolving. I’ve mainly shuffled existing pieces around, purchased a few new things to make it fresh and added an abundance of flowers!
Here is how the living room looks today and if you’re looking for the perfect pale blue rug you can find it HERE. Several of you have already purchased the rug and have told me how much you love it!
Spring Decoration Ideas – Moving Pieces
For fun and comparison, here is a view of the living room last spring.
I purchased this new rug and rearranged the furniture and accessories. That’s about it! The vintage rattan caned console table was moved to another wall, as shown below. Next the sofa was sent to the side of the room’s center. That gave room to place the vintage French barrel chairs opposite the sofa. Simple furniture moves can confidently give a room a whole new look!
I sold the white mirror on the floor in the corner on FB Marketplace. We moved the bohemian screen out here from my home office, since we have a pair for flexibility of use. Don’t forget the corners of rooms when you are creating your own spring decoration ideas! Besides room screens, you can use a large potted tree or plant to fill in the area.
On the mantel are three Chinoiserie pots that I filled with blue hydrangeas. I used real florals but you could easily substitute with faux hydrangeas in blue (or any color).
SCROLL & TAP BELOW TO SHOP THE LOOK!
Zooming in a bit closer, in one fell swoop are several styles combined harmoniously to create a look. The French of the mirror and the headboard made into a fireplace screen, the reflection of the modern chandelier, the chinoiserie, the coastal rattan chairs. Don’t be afraid to mix styles and pieces that are eclectic if you love them and it will all work out!
Mix Vintage And New
The coffee table holds a vintage white quilted McCoy pot with fresh flowers in a jar. A favorite caned coastal tray holds a couple of decorating books, large found conch shell and a candle.
Another corner of the living room with a grandmillennial vibe. Learn more about that grandmillennial style in this post. I’m truly a patient decorator and have collected this mish mash of pieces over the years!
Complete Your Spring Room With Accessories
If you can’t find everything that you need to complete a room, don’t fret! Add some flowers (real or faux) and a few decorating books. Here are some more fill-ins for your spring decoration ideas:
- Use flowering branches, perhaps cut from your garden. If you have bare branches only, this fun DIY tutorial might be something to try!
- Fill a ceramic bowl or a dough bowl with some faux robin’s eggs or moss balls.
- Use a giant shell in your decor. These can work as bowls as well or for texture, they will stand out on their own.
- Bring color in with pillows and throws.
- Change out your artwork. We have a selection of FREE printables and in this post you can learn how to access more Free Art to download and have printed in any size.
Spring Decoration Ideas – Dining Room
I’ve been fortunate to have lots of fresh flowers lately, as in my recent Valentine’s Day post (a must see popular post!). We have been getting back to entertaining in style and it felt good to leave this up for a few days. Now I know how I’m going to recreate the look with some faux florals!
Hello Darby 🐶 and while I would love a rug in place here, it’s just not very practical for the area right now. I haven’t done a thing really in here, other than setting the table and adding flowers.
The roses are all David Austin varieties with Miranda, Constance, Tess and Effie.
Each place setting has a ranunculus on top as a “napkin ring”.
Spring decoration ideas that can be crafted to your individual tastes and what you own. The orchids and greenery are from our own garden!
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