Spring Home Decor Ideas

We couldn’t wait to do a spring refresh! This is one of our favorite times of year. We’re sharing inspiration today along with Sarah with Grace in My Space on our YouTube channel.

As is our usual practice, we focused on the places where we gather most, like the dining rooms. And added simple touches throughout the other rooms.


The formal dining is the most fun for me because of the 14-foot long table. I kept it casual with a long gold striped jute runner from Target by Hearth and Hand. I added a whimsical centerpiece made from carrots with green tops mixed with small white flowers to appear as if the carrots were flowering. Then I added small clay pots with a variety of spring flowers down each side. The flowers will be used in our outdoor arrangements when I’m sure we’ve passed any chance of a freeze. For now, they look great in our table-scape.

The navy plates we use in our everyday table get a pop of spring topped with a simple white egg cup and our farm fresh eggs. I tied a knot in our linen napkins continuing with a casual style. Then I brought our sweet bunny Henry in to see if he approved of my design!



The kitchen feels like spring with just a few added touches. I used fresh summer fruit in a wood bowl for a pop of color. The basket on the wall filled with evergreen branches for winter is now filled with faux Lantana. Real Lantana just doesn’t last and this faux looks real alongside a bowl of fresh lemons. These are beautiful and I really use them as well. The stems cut from the tree outside add life to our island centerpiece. I added a couple of the wicker bunnies from Target and a fresh-smelling candle. I put some fresh pink daisies by the sink. Nothing says spring more than a pink daisy!



I did a refresh on the buffet with new lamps and added a new piece of art on the wall. Homegoods had some of the most beautiful coffee table books so I found a rich and colorful floral book that really screamed SPRING! I topped it with a clay pot, simply filled with green moss.

Last but not least I added a spring floral arrangement in the center of the breakfast table. I combined two different bunches of flowers from our local market. This makes a big statement at a more reasonable price. The flowers I chose are ones that would gently fall from the vase because I love the feel of a whimsical spring bouquet. We cut a few leaves from our fern to spill out along the sides as well. This just added even more whimsy. Fresh flowers from the market will last a couple weeks depending on the type you buy. It’s one of the easiest ways to add a spring feel and life to your home.



Sometimes a spring refresh can happen by just moving things around. That’s what we did in the living room. I moved a plant from another spot to the coffee table. I changed out the stems on the fireplace and added a sea shell. I did add some new white mud cloth throw pillows to the couch to replace my dingy old white ones. I’ll wash those and repurpose them in the chairs in the guest room. The simple changes help me feel like I did some spring cleaning and spring decorating all in one!


Spring is a welcome time, a time for new life and new beginnings. We hope you will find inspirations from our spring makeover and from Sarah’s fresh and simple spring ideas as well.

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