Spring Home | 10 Ways to Bring Spring Into Your Home even if it’s snowing outside

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Spring home decorating ideas, tips and tricks to transition your home from winter.

spring home

I’m always anxious for spring, even when the weather is a little confused. If there’s a 70 degree day in January, you’re likely to find me in flip flops, soaking up a little sun with a smile. If not, you’re probably going to find me indoors living in bliss pretending that its’ 70 degrees and sunny outside.

No matter the weather, today I’m sharing 10 spring home decorating ideas so that you can do the same. I’m excited to share with you in collaboration with Country Living magazine.

Spring home decorating always makes a home feel fresh. It fills the void that is left after Christmas, softens your home and makes it feel light and airy, like a spring breeze. That’s why I’m sharing 10 Ways to Bring Spring into Your Home!

Spring Home Ideas

1. Declutter

My first step to spring decorating is to declutter. There’s nothing that makes your home feel lighter than eliminating clutter, unwanted toys, clothes and decor. It’s the perfect way to spend a chilly day (because I know you won’t want to do it when it’s gorgeous outside), but it’s always worth it. Decluttering allows you to focus your eye on the decor you have. You can get my decluttering tips (and checklist) here.

beautiful garage organization ideas, maximizing garage storage

I find so much beauty in organization. It doesn’t have to be all plastic and paper – I like to use baskets, peg rails, hooks and metal labels, too. (above: garage organization, below: kid’s closet organization)

PS you can always shop our home!

kids closet organization and storage

2. Introduce Color

Spring is my favorite time of the year to introduce color – soft blue hues, pastel pinks and hints of lavender can all be found in our home this year.

10 easy spring decorating ideas

3. Add Flowers

Just as flowers bloom outdoors, I bring some in as well. Fresh flowers bring a room to life, so add some plants and/or fresh cut blooms throughout your home.  You can learn how to arrange flowers here.

10 ways to bring spring into your home | easy spring decorating ideas

4. Update Your Wreath

Greet guests and passersby with a beautiful fresh or dried wreath. Most fresh wreaths dry beautifully if in a covered location.

beautiful ideas to decorate for spring

10 ways to bring spring into your home

5. Art

Another easy spring home decorating idea is to update your artwork. I have 17 easy art ideas for your home.

easy ideas to decorating for Easter that will last all spring

You can also download these pretty egg prints here!

bedside table art

6. Update Linens

One of my favorite ways to transition our home through the seasons is by changing our pillow covers and throws. I added this sweet little bunny pillow cover in Adalyn’s room for an instant spring fix!

I store out-of-season covers and throws in our linen cabinet. Her desk is actually a console table that we cut the legs down to accommodate her.

easy spring updates - changing pillow covers and throws

7. Accessorize

Through the year, I update little accents throughout our home, especially in our bookcases. I still haven’t decided exactly how I want to decorate our bookcases for spring, sooooo, I fast forward to summer, but they’re light and beautiful to me, so that’s all that matters.

Easy ideas to add charm to your home

8. Evoke Spring Feeling with a Fresh Scent

Another easy spring refresh idea is adding your favorite spring scents to powder rooms. After all, who doesn’t let the smell of spring? Lavender, peonies, roses, oh my! I also added rose infused oil to our powder room to rid my cuticles any memories of winter.

easy updates to refresh your home for spring

9. New Hand Towels

Hand towels need to be replaced more frequently than other linens. Eliminating towels are worn, tired or soiled is part of my spring cleaning routine. Replacing hand towels is one of my favorite spring home decorating ideas.  They’re often really inexpensive and offer a nice impact for minimal effort.

easy updates to refresh your home for spring

10. Rearrange Your Coffee Table

One of the quickest, easiest ways you can do is shop your own home and redecorate a coffee or side table!

spring home

spring home

It doesn’t stop there! You can see our spring home (in 2018) below!

selecting beautiful bedroom carpet

beautiful office with wood partners desk, linen chair and velvet curtains

how to bring spring into your home | olive tree

I love olive trees, so I added a third to my office. I just love their two-toned silverly leaves and a little patina on the pot never hurts either!

10 ways to bring spring into your home | easy spring decorating ideas

Even though I just refreshed, I plan to do a pillow cover change again to work with the painting.

10 ways to bring spring into your home | easy spring decorating ideas

10 ways to bring spring into your home | easy spring decorating ideas

Our family room is a blend of old and new, with family heirlooms, a trunk that I don’t love, but love the storage it provides. It’s feeling better every day!

10 ways to bring spring into your home | easy spring decorating ideas

Just outside the family room is our screened in porch where we frequently enjoy spring dinners. I’m still loving this faux olive tree from a few years ago.

10 ways to infuse spring into your home

Want to see the basement? Just kidding, it’s a disaster down there! Spring break and spring home tours just don’t mix.

basement stairs on a budget - brilliant way to save money

easy updates to refresh your home for spring

Since we’re friends, want to leave through the garage to catch one last glimpse of the mudroom?

entryway with brick doors shiplap walls and wood bench

I love these clover plants available at Trader Joe’s and often your local grocery store in March!

entryway / mudroom storage ideas

It’s been so nice having you. I hope you enjoyed taking a peek into our home. You can find all of our paint colors here.

Originally published March 2017