I’ve been enjoying adding some simple spring decor touches around the house, and so far I’ve upheld my 2017 goal of shopping my house and using up what I already have. Well, sort of. I did buy some faux flowers at Hobby Lobby, but I didn’t stray from my list, so I’m still counting that as a victory! Here are some easy ideas that don’t require much time or effort!
Since we spend a lot of time around the island, the kitchen is the first place I decorate.
The wreath on the range was an easy DIY. I used a couple sprigs from Hobby Lobby and added a lace bow at the bottom to tie it off.
Putting some spring items on a tray in the center of the island is an easy way to decorate for spring, too. I shared this Peeps bunny centerpiece a few weeks ago, and the only thing I updated was adding some scrap fabric for the ribbon on top.
My favorite part about this arrangement are the tulips from Magnolia Market.
And since I had some leftover fabric, I added a bow to these topiaries as well. They used to have black & white striped ribbon – adding ribbon (and fabric) bows is such an easy way to make it look more springy!
And I love this little corner of happiness – I made this sign at Pinners conference with Kristin from BB Frosch (my favorite chalkpaint powder) and Heidi Swapp.
Another easy spring addition, I added a faux bloom to my tea stand to give it a pop of color.
And if you’re looking for a stand, this one from World Market is one of my favorites because of the dainty scalloped edges. Perfect for appetizers, cupcakes, a drink station, etc.
There is something about a springified kitchen – I just love it!
I also did some spring selfie styling. I love that little bunny sign from House on 77th.
I DIY’d that “Make the World A Better Place” sign for Valentine’s Day and decided to keep it up.
In my attempt to repurpose and reuse whenever possible, those sprigs were leftover from my dining room flower centerpiece project.
And the bunting on the fireplace is made from leftover fabric as well. I just added the fabric scallops to a felt ball banner that I already had.
I also added some pink flowers in little jars to my Clean Slate Designs frame. Doesn’t it look so great with my Impressions Shop ‘grateful’ sign and magnolia wreath?
I know it’s hard to see, but there are actually stripes there that I need to repaint. I haven’t been able to get the right color yet, and I’ve been putting that off!
This next project didn’t quite turn out how I had planned. One of my IG friends gave me the idea to try tassels on the ladder, and since I had some yarn (with pretty gold that you can’t see), I decided to give it a whirl. During the process, someone asked if I was making cabbage patch doll heads, and then my husband said, “What are those? Angels? People?” so I’m going to chalk it up to a craft fail and they will be coming down after Easter.
Can you at least see my vision, lol?
I do love the reversible banner though!
And this was my only purchase, these faux flowers from Hobby Lobby that I added to a trough box.
Faux flowers in a box is an easy way to add some spring in the dining room!
What are your plans for Easter? We are hosting my family, and working on our menu is our next to-do item!
If you’re looking for more spring decor inspiration, check out my spring centerpiece roundup with lots of ideas from some creative bloggers.
Or my last year’s Easter tablescape and menu.
If you found these ideas helpful, please pin it and share!
Happy Easter week!
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Everything looks so clean and bright…love it! I can see your tassel vision, lol! Very impressive that you stuck to your list at Hobby Lobby. That store gets me every time. Happy Easter, friend!