This spring house decorating tour is filled with creative ideas for your home. Create spring seasonal displays using everyday objects and see how to make a fun spring craft that can be used year after year.
Spring is in the air.
I’m not talking about the pollen that has me running for Zyrtec … I’m talking about budding trees and the promise of patio sitting, book reading (did you know there is a new Harry Potter book coming out this summer that I just pre-ordered), cocktail sipping weather to come.
My house is alive with color, greenery, flowers and a few bunnies – come on in (and check out the full source list at the end of this post).
My favorite industrial tiered tray gets some fun spring additions – I love these little green bowls that look like vintage jadeite.
My colorful DIY egg garland adds such a whimsical touch to my kitchen window.
Peter Cottontail makes an appearance in the kitchen and you can print it for free HERE.
My white kitchen is always such a great backdrop for whatever colors I can throw at it.
Can you believe I got my backsplash tile here!
I found the vintage Fire King gazelle bowl at a thrift store for $3 – I’ve seen it selling for $100.
I love using covered containers, like this galvanized garden pail, on my kitchen counter to hide the clutter.
They may be wearing scarves but I have to keep my favorite kissing Boston Terrier shakers out.
A whimsical camper cookie jar is an easy way to add personality to the kitchen.
The lazy girls guide to terrariums: put a potted plant inside and surround it with some moss.
My huge bottle drying rack wears a floral garland.
Here’s a similar (smaller and more affordable) version of my rack here.
I lost count of how many Rae Dunn mugs from HomeGoods I’ve collected and I love they way they look on display.
A big grouping of vintage milk glass welcomes everyone into the foyer.
Shredded paper makes the perfect nest for faux succulents.
I love my industrial shelves and switching out my displays. Looks like I have a thing for glass jars and wire baskets.
I can hide the black hole of the fireplace now that it’s warm and my old chicken coop is the perfect cover.
Now, let’s get outside and enjoy this weather!
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