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Two things I can’t get enough of right now – spring green and white. I’m continuing this color from my spring mantel decor. A big benefit of a neutral color scheme is that I can add almost any color to it. The living room walls are painted in the soothing Benjamin Moore color of Gray Owl. Typically this room is full of my favorite color of blue in different hues, but I wanted to change it up for spring. Green and white just screams out “fresh” to me and looks so bright and inviting. So I put together a vignette for a spring green coffee table decor. I love adding things to trays…especially this white one.
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Did you see the succulents planted in vintage silver sugar bowls? Just click the link to see how easy they were to create. I placed my favorite one on the white tray.
This is when I wish your screen was “scratch-n-sniff”. This candle smells like the most perfectly ripened honeydew melon – not too sweet or strong. The slightest hint of sage makes the perfect fragrance. Do you have a favorite scent for candles. Normally I love candles that smell of vanilla, clean cotton or the ocean. I’m so glad I ventured outside of my candle-comfort-zone 🙂 You can experience this fragrance yourself – HERE.
Have you ever heard of a Japanese fish float. This is what this glass orb is called. They were once used by fishermen in many parts of the world to keep their fishing nets afloat. I have a couple of these in aqua too.
Spring green pairs perfectly with blue.
This is such a clean and fresh look. Typically I would change this around in a couple of weeks…but maybe not this time. I may just keep it this way for awhile longer.
Before too long I will be bringing in some blue and aqua back into the living room. But for spring and St. Patrick’s Day this is the perfect decor for my mood and my home. Do you change out your decor colors throughout the year? What are your favorites?