3 Easy Tips To Add Spring Decor Into Your Home

Find the 3 easiest ways to decorate your home for spring by adding organic elements, florals, and more for the changing seasons! Spring Decor is light and airy, the perfect way to welcome in the new season!

faux lilacs in an ironstone pitcher with porcelain bowls and lemons on a cutting board with a modern farmhouse styled floating shelf.

Spring Decor Themes

The past few weeks I have had the itch to decorate for spring; I’ve been ready for a new beginning and to freshen up my space. My beloved Pomeranian Robbie passed in late February and I felt the urge to deep clean and purge, which can often times help with grief. I spent the beginning of March deep cleaning my home and even wiping down the walls and baseboards, preparing for the new season.

Once I had purged the space of all my winter decor I let the space breathe for a few days before decorating. I really thought about how I wanted to add spring decor and what themes I wanted to incorporate this year. For additional decor tips that work well for spring check out my small living room decorating tips.

ikea farlov slipcovered chair with a patterned spring lumbar pillow

Faux Florals

The first element I knew I wanted to incorporate were faux florals. Nothing brightens up a space like florals, but at this time of the year the garden is just beginning to bud. Faux florals are an easy way to spruce up your space for spring while incorporating natural, colorful elements.

My favorite florals for spring include lilacs (of course!), snowball hydrangeas, eucalyptus, and blueberry stems. I also like to spruce up my flower arrangements with things like delphinium, queen anne’s lace, and wildflower stems.

snowball hydrangeas in an ironstone pitcher with scalloped square ramekins, a blueberry cobbler candle, in a whicker seagrass basket.
blueberry stems with purple delphinium in a glass demijohn

Organic Elements

To balance out the light colors in my home I like to add organic elements to give the space a natural feel. These items might include wood cutting boards, wooden cake stands, wooden coasters, wooden trays, and wooden risers. These are easy elements to incorporate into any room, and they fit well with my modern farmhouse/cottage home decor style.

Organic elements also include things that you use around the house for practical use, but can double as decor! These items might include stacked ramekins, pantry containers, bowls, and candles. These items give an organic feel to any home decor arrangement and can be a great way to add items to a vignette.

magnolia home galvanized bucket with a eucalyptus plant, thin ceramic pitcher, wood hurricane with organic filler
magnolia home wood cutting board with flour and white sugar glass pantry jars with custom labels

Pops Of Color

Lastly, I like to add a pop of color to my spring decor. My winter decor tends to be very neutral, lots of silvers, greens, and browns. Come spring time I’m ready to bring some color back into my home to represent the new beginnings.

This year I chose to add a pop of blue to my spring decor. This might include pillows, throw blankets, vases, or other textiles. A pop of blue often times adds a coastal element to the home. This suites my style well, especially since I live on the New England Coast!

blue modern farmhouse accent pillows
black glass lantern with eucalyptus plant and wooden coasters
faux lilacs in an ironstone pitcher with porcelain bowls and lemons on a cutting board with a modern farmhouse styled floating shelf.

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