Spring Coffee Table Decor
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Hope y’all had a great weekend! Spring is officially here and slowly, but surely, I am switching out my winter decor to bring in more pops of color for spring. I started with my living room mantel, which you can see here. Now I have refreshed my coffee table and I am loving it. It honestly has made me feel happier having more color in the living room, as well as fresh flowers.
Like the mantel, the coffee table refresh needed to be on a budget. The only money spent was for the flowers. I already had all of the other decor elements stashed away from items I have purchased in the past. We’ve said it before, but we love shopping from our own homes and mixing things up.
The vase was a thrifted find I got from Goodwill years ago for about a dollar. Then the antlers I bought from a great store nearby called Woodstock Market…I never leave there empty handed.
Always, always, always love a goof coffee table book. Both of these were gifted to me by mom over the years.
And of course something had to be from HomeGoods! This basket is perfect for the coffee table.
The blue vase may also have been from HomeGoods haha!
Adding in the pops of color and fresh flowers, has really breathed new life into the living room. Truth be told, once the Christmas decor came down I just didn’t feel motivated to do much decorating and the living room was looking sad and bare. It has definitely made me happier to now have the space decorated!
Fresh flowers really do make a great difference! Spring is my favourite season!
So many fun elements to this coffee table, Jenn! I can’t wait to read some of the books you have I’ve heard great things about Emily Henderson’s book and I love the goodies you’ve found lately. You always find the best stuff. Hugs, CoCo
I love how you put together all of the different elements.