Transform your home this spring with these easy and budget friendly spring décor ideas! From drapes to table scapes, you can bring in the season with these beautiful decorating ideas that will give your home a fresh new look! Here are a few of our favorites!
“Whatever makes your heart happy this spring, go for it!”East Third Street
Start Your Spring Décor with Adorable Mini-Wreaths
Mini-wreaths are a great way to bring spring into your kitchen and table décor. When on sale I have seen them for as little as $2.29! Once all your dishes are set out for brunch or Easter dinner, place one of the small wreaths on top of each setting to give it the perfect finishing touch. This can be a beautiful way to add color to your table scape and can even double as a giveaway for your guests.
The mini-wreaths shown above are $3.19 each, on sale at Jo-Ann Fabrics. What a great deal! Along with the option of using the wreaths as part of your decorative place settings you can also use them on the back of each chair. This creates another fun way to incorporate spring décor into your dining experience.
A great kitchen spot to put the mini-wreaths, your cabinet doors! You can easily place these using adhesive hooks or a pretty ribbon tied and taped behind the door.
Spring Décor Must: Front Door Wreaths
Changing the front door wreath with each season is something I always look forward to every time. I especially look forward to the spring wreath after it’s been a long winter and I am ready to move on from the cold and snow! There are a lot of great neutral wreaths with olive leaves, wild leaves, eucalyptus, pussy willow, or lambs ear. When stores like JoAnn Fabrics, Hobby Lobby, Michaels, or even Kohls have spring décor sales, you can find wreaths marked down 60% and under $20! You can find this Sonoma Goods for Life Olive Wreath at Kohls for as low as $21 with their coupon! It’s full and has a great neutral tone. I love coming home and seeing it on my beautiful updated front door! (Click here for an easy DIY Front Door Makeover).
Drapes & Pillows
In my “How to Design Your Living Room” post, I stated that drapes and pillows are a great way to change up the style or feel of a room especially within a budget. This tip also applies to seasonal changes. If you can find drapes with floral prints or a lighter tone & shade than your normal drapes or pillows, it’s a great way to give the room a fresh new spring look.
Your mantel space is an easy way to incorporate spring décor whether you add a vase of florals, wood tone accent pieces, or some pretty greenery. In my “Transform Your Fireplace” post, you can see that I created a dough bowl with greenery look to fill the low, wide space under the mirror. It’s a beautiful neutral look that gives the space the touch of spring it needed!
Here are the easy DIY Dough Bowl Centerpiece instructions:
- Purchase a dough bowl that fits in your space. Make sure if it’s for your mantel that the bowl is not too wide. This one is from Walmart for $20. The other one I have, which I used to create my DIY Moss Bowl, was from Hobby Lobby’s Spring Collection, it’s smaller and made of wood for $8.99
- Purchase spring garland, whether its greenery or something with subtle flowers that you love. I chose this wild grass garland from Jo-Ann Fabrics last season because of its natural appearance and I could easily adjust the ends to fill in the gaps.
- Start by folding your garland to the appropriate size of your dough bowl. I folded mine into thirds so I had loose ends on both sides of the dough bowl. I also left it long enough to drape over each end as well.
This is the completed Spring mantel décor look!
Faux Florals & Stems
Faux Florals and Stems can add a lot of color, variety, and visual appeal to the spring décor around your home. I always look for items that don’t look too shiny or have too many plastic components. Try to find ones that have cloth leaves or petals for a more natural look. These items can also be found for great prices when on sale! Simple greens such as eucalyptus or olive stems branch stems are a good place to start. Simple potted plants, moss bowls, and small olive trees are also popular. For florals, I tend to stick to subtle colors or whites such as peonies or hydrangeas, but whatever makes your heart happy this spring, go for it!
Hope this helps get you started on your spring decorating! Bring in a new season with fresh décor using beautiful florals and greens!