What better way to celebrate the start of Spring than with some decor updates that will make your home match the season? From grassy centerpieces to vintage candlesticks, we’ve got some accent ideas that are sure to brighten up your space for Spring.
Begin with a beautiful entryway that immediately sets the tone for the season. Take advantage of different heights and textures; include a basket with faux eggs and a tall tin or glass vase full of succulents by your front door. Items like this can be reused for multiple seasons by adding different colored bows or floral arrangements that match that time of year. Wreaths aren’t just for the holidays! A mossy wreath with colorful tulips can be the perfect accent for your front door to top off this fun outdoor display.
Another great element to have outside your home for Spring is a birds nest. Particularly rustic wooden nests are popular to have hanging from trees or on front porches. Feeling crafty? You can even create your own birds nest display with a large teacup. Tie a strong ribbon around the handle of a favorite teacup and hang it wherever you’d like. Fill the cup with a small nest and pastel colored egg for an adorable indoor decoration.
Mason jars are all the rage these days, especially for southern homes. Their functionality and affordability makes them a go-to for people wanting to perform fun DIY projects. Paint them any Spring color you’d like, fill with floral arrangements and you’ve got a small accent for any table in your home. Filling clear mason jars with candy eggs or Easter chocolates is an easy way to add seasonal (and tasty) decor to your kitchen. The jars can also be used as candle holders; set three jars side-by-side on a platter or something similar, tie burlap or ribbon around the top, then fill them with water and a small floating candle.
Hydrangeas are a favorite Spring flower and can be used in many ways around and outside the home. Set a faux hydrangea on a tall vintage candle-stick and create the perfect decoration for a mantel or fireplace. Or, stick them inside a rustic tin or watering can and use to add a Spring feeling to any area of your home.You can’t go wrong with flowers in the Spring. Utilize these ideas to spark your creative juices and have fun getting your home ready for this colorful season!