In today’s post, I will be talking about spring decor you can use every year that will never go out of style. I also talk about reuseable and sustainable options!
I am happy to announce that this post is in collaboration with two other great bloggers. Stephanie from Life on Leetown and Janelle from Crowded Table Farmstead. Check out their spring post after your done reading this one.
Every spring when the sun comes out and the temperature warms up, I’m ready to do some redecorating. It gets me thinking what are some simple items I can put out that will go with every style one has in their home. Plus will be good to use every spring to come.
Some years I think I should just invest in reusable items that I can keep in storage. And other years I want everything to be fresh and sustainable.
So I’ve listed some items below that you can get as either, whatever your preference is, and give your home a nice spring update every year so come.
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Oranges or Lemons
Placing this citrus around the home is not just for the kitchen anymore. You can put Lemons in a tall vase and place them on a table, mantel, or even a bookcase.
Get creative with the placement, try placing them in a bowl, on a plate, or just leaving them out in a cluster.
If you want to go the reusable route here some nice fake lemons I found on Amazon. Or you can purchase a bundle from the grocery store and a bonus is you can make juice at the end of the season.
Tulips are my favorite flowers, so when spring comes around I enjoy seeing them put out in the stores. You can place these and other flowers all around the home. In a vase, a jar, lay them out on a table, or buy a bundle and keep them in the sink.
When it comes to Tulips I’m choosing these artificial tulips, because I have a cat who loves to chew on plants and sadly Tulips are toxic to felines.
You can choose fresh flowers from any grocery store and don’t have to limited to just tulips.
Bunnies and Birds
I’d say spring is the only time of year where knick-knacks come to shine. Bring out ANYTHING that has to do with bunnies and birds (tasteful of course).
And place them around your home on a bookcase, a shelf, or the counters. You can use anything from a picture, a stuffed animal, knick-knacks, or crafts.
I currently don’t own anything right now but I have my eyes on this watercolor painting.
Moss is a great filler item when your setting up an area and feel it needs just a little something extra. It’s great at bringing in color to your space and texture as well.
You can add it to the top of plants, use it in crafts and my favorite is the way it looks on birds’ nests.
You can purchase moss in many forms. When it comes to artificial they make them in sheets, in loose chunks, dried, fresh-looking, and in a mixture of all. You can also choose real peat moss you can find in a nursery, just remember to spray them with water to keep them alive.
Adding pastel eggs to your spring decor is so much fun! If you have kids you can turn this into a craft project, or if you are like me and not a crafty person here are some super cute Blue Robin Eggs. I hope to add these to my spring decor collection soon!
Eggs will pair nicely with a bird’s nest or look great on their own scattered around the home.
Last is my sweet tooth’s favorite. CANDY, it’s so easy and cheap to buy a bag of chocolates and place them in a bowl or some type of container and keep on the living room coffee table or a side stand.
I love the little egg chocolates that come in different colors from the store. The plus side of this option is whenever I pass by the bowl I give myself a little treat of a piece of chocolate for being oh so good.
Spring Blog Hop!
I hope this post as giving you ideas on how to decorate your home this spring!
Don’t forget to hop on over to my other bloggers to read more spring posts!
Stephanie wrote How to make a spring vase with mod podge!
Janelle wrote How to make a diy macrame plant hanger
Also, hop over to my Instagram to see pictures of my spring decor in my home!