Ahh, Spring. One of my very favorite seasons! The earth is coming alive again. Everything is so green and bright and pretty. Its a gorgeous season.
To keep things simple, I incorporated as many fresh blooms as possible into my Spring decor and supplemented with faux stems and greenery. By mixing the two, this keeps cost down and effort low. That’s a win/win in my book!
Does it get any more Spring-y than muddy boots and floral stems?? I really don’t think so.
I also hung this new chalkboard print from Dear Lillie right by our door. Its such a good reminder as we leave the house – remember to spread light wherever you go!
Our Dining Room
It looks like a flower shop exploded in our dining room and I could not love it more.
I pick up a new bouquet of fresh flowers every time I get groceries and change out the dying stems with new ones. Its such an easy way to keep fresh flowers in your house all of the time. My favorites to grab are alstromerias and hydrangeas.
The wreath was a DIY last year and is so versatile. I keep it out almost year round.
And I updated our chalkboard with these lyrics from “Edlewiess” from The Sound of Music. I thought it was so very fitting for Spring.
This Spring print from Dear Lillie is another new addition for the season. I paired it with a sweet landscape print from Goodwill that I stuck in a frame we already had. Its currently my favorite little spot!
Our Living Room
I kept our living room quite simple (which is my seasonal decorating motto unless its Halloween or Christmas!).
By sticking to my usual base of blues and neutrals and adding color through flowers, I spent little to no money on Spring decor changes for this room.
The built-ins got some added pizzaz with faux greenery that I picked up here and there from Target’s dollar spot, Hobby Lobby and Michaels.
Our kitchen gets the best light in our house which makes it constantly light and bright.
Once again, I stuck with my normal kitchen decor and added fresh flowers along with the most darling little bird’s nest to top off my vintage scale.
So what do y’all think… Are all of the flowers too much or just enough?? Do you enjoy changing out your decor seasonally, too? I’d love to hear from ya if you do!