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5 Easy Ideas for Spring Decor

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Today we are helping you gather ideas for your home. Here are 5 Easy Ideas for Spring Decor.

Are y’all ready for the Spring season? In our area of Georgia, this Winter has probably been the most-wet that we have ever experienced. Rain, storms, tornado warnings and freezing temps have us dreaming of gorgeous Spring days. We are so fortunate when Spring truly arrives. Georgia is a riot of color from our dogwoods, cherry blossoms, forsythia, azaleas and more. Even though the official first day of Spring is March 20th, we thought we’d share 5 Easy Ideas for Spring Decor.

According to Punxsutawney Phil, Spring is supposed to arrive early this year. Seeing is believing. This past Saturday felt like a truly perfect Spring day. Bright blue skies without a single cloud and a light breeze with a temperature high of 58 degrees. Sunday it rained all day with the high at 44 degrees. Even though we truly love colder weather, we’ve had enough rain to last us for awhile.

If you’re dreaming of Spring-like days, here are 5 easy ideas for Spring decor.

1. Flowers, Greenery and Moss

Whether you use flowers and greenery from your yard or the grocery store – they instantly brighten up your home.

These fern limbs were clipped from a plant and added to water.

Spring Coffee Table Vignette Thanks to Dollar Tree Inspiration. Coffee table books and vintage trophy for vignette.

Bee Themed Spring Tablescape

Moss balls are some of our most favorite home decor items.

farmhouse style - living room refresh

We even made extra large moss balls for the fraction of the cost of store-bought moss balls.

DIY Moss Topiaries in 30 Seconds

2. Elements of Nature

Hello Spring Mantel. Two vintage trophies with green moss ball for spring mantel.

Wood, nests and feathers are another super easy and pretty addition to our homes.

If you haven’t been lucky enough to find an empty nest, store -bought nests are cheap and look like the real deal. PSA – please, never take a nest with eggs or baby birds in it. Thank you 😀

Spring Coffee Table Vignette With Nests

Feathers are another fabulous item found outdoors. Because we love birds and nature, nests and feathers bring us joy in our homes.

Spring Fling Home Tour

3. Centerpiece or Vignette

What Can You Put Under a Cloche - vintage items

Gather items of the season that you love. Books, collectibles and glass are a great place to start.

Spring Coffee Table Vignette With Nests

Display these items on coffee tables, fireplace mantels of hutches. 

Spring Green Mantel Decor

Spring Fling Home Tour

4. Pillows

Last year we shared this funny quote:

We find some truth to this, because we just might have a pillow addiction.

Hello Spring Mantel. Cutel hello spring pillow from HomeGoods.

Pillows are an instant way to get rid of the heaviness of Winter, while adding your personality for the Spring season.

10 Ways to Spring Clean Like a Pro

If you don’t want to purchase pillows, try making your own like we did HERE.My Home Improvement - Exciting News.

5. Colorful Glass

When you’re experiencing dark, gloomy days – colorful glass is an instant pick-me-up.

Use your favorite colors and sprinkle them throughout the house.

Coastal Inspired Simmer Mantel - using glass bottles in the colors of the ocean

Spring Green Mantel Decor

We hope that you have been inspired in some way today. Drop us a comment and let us know how you ease into the Spring season.

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7 Comments

  1. Elise Marino says:

    Lovely ideas. I’d love to see the finished home office even if you didn’t get it done on time for the $100 challenge or even if it went a little over budget.😄

  2. Love all these tips and the gorgeous ways you use them in your own homes! So glad you joined us this week at Welcome Home Sunday!

  3. Love these ideas for the nests! I have several nests in my home, and birds, too. I did learn a lesson several years ago about nests that you find outside – these nests might have mites leftover from the birds. Mites are hard to get rid of, so bring the nest inside, place it in a plastic bag and keep it in your freezer for 10 days or longer to kill the mites. Better to be safe!

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