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17 Ways to Add Neutral Spring Decor to Your Home

You’re going to love these simple ideas for adding neutral touches of spring decor in your home since many can look great throughout summer!

Happy Spring!

This is one of our favorite seasons as everything warms up, greens up, and begins to bloom.

As much as we love decorating our homes for the holidays, we might love pulling out spring and summer decor just as much.

There’s nothing quite like bringing the greenery and blooms of spring into our homes.

It makes everything feel so fresh and clean!

While we tend to add decorating touches all over our homes (hey, we’re bloggers, it’s kind of our job!), we do it so you have lots of simple ideas to choose from to give your home the feel of spring.

We’ve got seventeen pretty ways to sprinkle some spring in your home, then be sure to check out all the ideas our friends are sharing.

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Neutral and Organic Ways to Add Spring Decor in Your Home

Let’s take a look at some simple ways to add Spring decor touches to your home.

Be sure to tell us which one you like the best in the comment section at the end of the post!

1. Tiered Trays

Hands down, one of our favorite ways to add any kind of seasonal decor in our homes are tiered trays.

When you collect a variety of smaller spring items and display them together, the sum is more than its parts!

If you’ve never decorated a tiered tray, this post will help get you started.

2. Add Some Greenery

The best part of decorating with greenery is that it looks great from spring through summer.

Greenery is a neutral that works with every color scheme in every decor style.

We love using both real and faux plants in our homes.

Another fun option to add greenery is moss-covered decorative orbs.

3. Seasonal Throw Pillows

Do you love throw pillows too?

Talk about easy!

Adding a pillow with a whimsical touch like a cute little bunny, or maybe a cheerful floral pattern is so simple.

S2M Tip: Look for pillow covers to reduce how much space they take up during other seasons.

4. Flowering Branches

Flowering branches really pack a decorating punch.

So do branches with budding green leaves!

Cut some from your yard if you have trees or flowering shrubs, or pick up some faux floral stems.

AnnMarie shared her sources and her tips for decorating a spring dining room over here.

5. Tiered Plant Stands

Black rocking chair with a bee-patterned pillow next to a large 3-tiered iron plant stand filled with faux plants on a front porch
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Fill a tiered plant stand with real or faux plants to add some spring touches to your front porch, sunroom, or patio.

Anne loves using faux plants in her tiered stand because they’ll be able to survive the occasional cold snaps that happen during spring (and also survive her neglect during summer…LOL).

Use a variety of containers and different shades of green to keep it interesting.

You can add grapevine orbs, plaques, letters, or other accents too.

Or some Easter eggs!

6. Fill Containers with Florals

Who says flowers can only go in vases?

Definitely not us!

Get creative and use all kinds of containers to hold faux florals.

After all, one of the best parts of faux is no water is required, so go ahead and let flowers spill out of a tote bag!

7. Wood Bunnies

Bunnies are a fun way to decorate for spring and add a touch of whimsy.

We tend to prefer decorations that coordinate with our neutral and natural home decorating style, so wood bunnies are one of our favorites.

Set them on a shelf, or use them under a glass cloche, they’ll look great anywhere.

8. Mini Baskets

Small grapevine basket sitting on top of a place setting with a papier mache egg for a spring tablescape

AnnMarie used these cute little grapevine baskets as part of an Easter tablescape with papier mache eggs.

Aren’t they fun?

You could put colorful eggs, little plants, or flowers in these fun baskets too.

9. Clay Pots

Assorted distressed clay pots stacked on a table with moss-covered eggs and an antique brick mold
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Clay pots are fantastic containers for spring and summer decorating, but they also look great stacked on tables, shelves, tiered trays, plant stands, porches…

Oh, man!

They look pretty everywhere.

Especially when they’ve been perfectly distressed!

10. Centerpieces

We love to entertain and create new centerpieces for a themed party every month.

Keep a spring or Easter centerpiece on your dining or kitchen table for an easy seasonal touch.

You can add a pretty neutral touch by making some jute-wrapped eggs.

But centerpieces aren’t just for dining tables!

Create a pretty display for your coffee table too.

11. Birds and Birdcages

One of the first signs of spring is robins, and bird figurines are a great way to instantly add a hint of spring to your home.

Or how about an antique birdcage?

You can fill a birdcage with greenery too!

12. Milk Glass Bud Vases

Add a stem or two and some greenery to a milk glass bud vase for some instant spring in your home.

You can use them individually, or group them together for more of a statement.

13. Moss Bunnies

Large round wood plaque with the letter Z painted on it and two small moss bunnies.

You’ve seen quite a few moss bunnies in our pictures up to this point!

They’re pretty perfect for spring decorating to us: add an obvious spring accent in our favorite neutral accent color.

We love picking them up in all different sizes.

14. Seasonal Dishes

From botanical to whimsical, there are all sorts of plates to add some spring touches.

Use them on your table, or display them on a plate rack or hutch.

15. Gardening Books

Black entry table with large vase of forsythia branches and stack of gardening books. Four family photos hang on the wall.

A really practical way to add some seasonal decor to your home is with a stack of gardening books.

They’ll look pretty on a table, or displayed on shelves.

And get inspired to create your dream garden!

16. Bowls of Eggs

White dough bowl filled with paper grass and chalk-painted Easter eggs on a black table with pewter candlesticks.

How have we made it this far without really mentioning Easter eggs?!

You can update plastic eggs with some chalk paint to give them a whole new look for pennies!

Display a bunch of them in a bowl, or large glass container to make a statement with them.

Or sprinkle them throughout your home: on top of a stack of books, leaning against a corbel, tucked into your hutch, peeping out of a basket.

I love how they look in this tray!

17. Egg Topiaries and Wreaths

Large round wood lantern with a white painted wood rabbit and a natural egg topiary

Who says eggs have to stay in a basket or a bowl?

Why not use them to create a topiary or a wreath!

So what are you waiting for?

Hop to it and start decorating your home for spring now with one (or more!) of these simple ideas.

Bloggers’ Best Spring Home Tours

A huge thank you to our friend Kelly from The Tattered Pew for organizing this tour! I imagine coordinating 30 bloggers is a lot like herding chickens but she always does an amazing job.

Be sure to check out all the amazing spring decorating inspiration from our talented blogging friends by following the links below.

Monday’s Tours

Monday's Spring Tours

The Tattered Pew / My Thrift Store Addiction / Bricks n’ Blooms

Shiplap and Shells / Cottage In The Mitten / Cottage On Bunker Hill

Tuesday’s Tours

Spring Tours Tuesday

Midwest Life and Style / Open Doors Open Hearts / Cloches and Lavender

Amy Sadler Designs / Up To Date Interiors

Wednesday’s Tours

Wednesday Spring Tours

Simply2Moms / Sand Dollar Lane / DIY Beautify

The Ponds Farmhouse / Pasha Is Home / Lantern Lane Designs

Thursday’s Tours

Thursday's Spring Tours

StoneGable / My Wee Abode / County Road 407

She Gave It A Go / Aratari At Home / Willow Bloom Home

Friday’s Tours

Friday's Spring Tours

Lora Bloomquist Create and Ponder / White Arrows Home / Follow The Yellow Brick Home

Robyn’s French Nest / tatertots and jello / My Family Thyme

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