This spring home tour is full of beautiful home decorating ideas that are sure to inspire you as you decorate your home for the season.
Spring Home Decorating Ideas
I’m excited to share another part of my home decorating for spring with you today, alongside lots of other stunning inspiration all week from my talented blogger friends.
Spring finally feels like it’s on the way here in Boston and I couldn’t be more ready. Every year, with the slightly warmer temperatures and melting of the snow, I crave a fresh look in my home.
This year, instead of the vibrant greens of the past, I’ve opted for a soft, feminine look with the addition of chambray blue.
If you’re a long time reader or follow me on Instagram you’ll know that blue is my signature decorating color. Every single room in my home has some bit of blue but it’s usually a darker blue or a navy. But this lighter color is really doing it for me right now.
It works wonderfully with the blues in my area rug as well as the grays and blues in my new gallery wall over the couch.
Looking for more Spring Decorating Ideas?
- 2019 Spring Tablescape
- DIY Trailing Plant for Spring
- Pop of Green Spring Table Setting
- 2018 Spring Home Tour
- DIY Branch Wall Hanging
This stitched pillows started it all, then of course I found the floral ones and couldn’t resist them as a set.
Adding throw pillows to your space is an easy and inexpensive way to decorate for the different seasons and experiment with color and texture in a non-permanent way. You can achieve a cohesive look to your space once you learn how to properly mix and match patterns in textiles.
For this spring look I paired the light blue stitched pillows with the delicate creamy white, floral, and stripped throw pillows. I placed some in these woven baskets as decoration more than utility purpose.
Spring Flowers and Greenery
Of course, spring means real plants and flowers. Even though nothing is growing outside yet, every spring I add something real to my home. I’m a huge fan of faux floral and plants (hello fiddle leaf fig in the corner!) but you really can’t beat the real thing, right?
I picked up this pretty purple crocus at my local supermarket and then found the little white planter at the Target dollar spot. Isn’t it perfect? They have them in mini versions (and in blue, too!) and they will be great for any time of the year.
While you’re picking out the perfect spring flowers for indoors, don’t forget to spruce up the outside of your home, too. There are plenty of affordable planters that won’t blow your budget while decorating for the season.
My DIY faux trailing plant is still going strong on my mantel, too! If you don’t have a green thumb, there are tons of beautiful faux flowers out there that come pretty close to looking like the real thing. Afloral is one my most trusted brands for good quality artificial flowers and greenery (and my favorite Christmas garlands!) so you can never go wrong with their products.
Simple Console Decor
Over on the other side, my console table is pretty minimal but that’s how I’m liking it right now. Less stuff to dust!
By keeping the decor simple you can still create an airy, fresh, spring vibe in your your space with a touch of greenery or flowers. Using a variety of light woods, silvers, glass, and white ceramics helps unify your console. Remember, less is more!
In my experience, the best way to decorate a console table is to achieve a balance between functionality and aesthetics. You can also play with symmetry and shapes. Whichever way you decide, just be sure to not clutter the space, especially during this light and airy season.
Lighten up the Bedroom
Every season I love switching up my bedroom bedding, too. It’s a simple way to change whole look of your room without spending a lot of money on a whole makeover.
For spring, I’ve continued with the lighter blue shades as in the living room, paired with crisp white sheets and duvet cover. The french blue in this Serena & Lily quilt and shams bring this bedding refresh together nicely.