Get simple ideas to decorate your home for Spring using greenery, flowers, and neutral decor with this Spring Home Tour. Then connect with 12 more bloggers for more Spring decor inspiration!
This year we’ve joined up with 12 of our favorite bloggers to share our homes, all ready for Spring! There is so much inspiration in this round-up! Be sure to check them all out using the links at the bottom of this post.
If you’re new around here, Welcome!
We’re so happy you stopped by for a visit.
Just a quick intro, and then we’ll take a little peek inside.
I’m Anne, one of the moms of Simply2Moms.
My bestie, AnnMarie, lives right across the street from me.
We love to share simple (and budget-friendly!) ideas for home decor and DIYs, healthy meal inspiration and recipes, and tips for raising teens and beyond. You can read more about us here.
Spring home tour: neutral home decor
In the Carolinas, Spring comes early. That just might be one of my favorite parts of living here!
Sure, we may still get a cold day (or week) sprinkled in. But come February?
The days are getting longer…
We’ve mowed the lawn at least once…
The daffodils are opening and by the end of the month, the trees are beginning to flower!
And I am all over freshening up my home decor to make it a little lighter, a little brighter.
I love using a mix of greenery and faux flowers. And there’s a good chance a few bunnies and eggs sprinkled in for good measure!
I just love how fresh green, white and black look together!
Throw in some warm brown natural elements and that’s my decor pocket.
My home is a little bit southern traditional vintage farmhouse. So come on in!
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Simple front entry
My front hallway is small.
I’ve filled it with my favorite way to decorate: family photos.
You can read more about how I designed and hung my large gallery wall here.
To sprinkle in a little Spring, I added some plastic Easter eggs that got a little facelift with chalk paint in a painted wood bowl on the front table.
It’s a straight shot from the front door into our family room so you get a glimpse of one of my favorite rooms!
I thought some forsythia branches in a bucket gave a nice pop of color as you head in there.
Spring botanical printables
But, before we head into the family room, just peek over to your left to check out one of my favorite new projects!
As much as I love decorating with family photos, sometimes I like using some artwork too.
And the only thing better than pretty spring botanical prints is when you can print them yourself for free!!
It’s so easy to swap out the prints in these frames with the seasons.
AnnMarie and I are building our printable library for our VIP readers, and we just added these four Spring botanical prints!
If you’d like one, or all four, just click that black button down there and get signed up as a Simply2Moms VIP!
You’ll get an email that will include a link to our VIP library with all sorts of great resources to make your life more simple.
Green as a neutral
Now, let’s head on over to the family room!
Can I get you some sweet tea?
My family room has two focal points, depending on where you’re standing.
From the front door, it’s the fireplace.
Last year I gave my fireplace a simple makeover by painting the cream-colored marble surround black. You will not believe the “before” pictures…
And now I just love decorating this spot!
The vintage bucket holds a mix of faux magnolia blossoms and clippings from one of my magnolia trees.
I added some white-washed beads to the large lantern to balance out the white blooms on the other side.
The mantel got a very symmetrical look this year, starting with tall boxwood topiaries on the outer edges.
I filled vintage milkglass bud vases with some pretty miniature yellow allium blossoms and greenery.
Those little pops of yellow just make me happy!
I softened the lines of the mirror with a faux succulent wreath AnnMarie picked up at HomeGoods last year. It didn’t work in her house so I bought it from her!
That’s what friends are for, right? LOL!
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The other focal point is our built-in entertainment center.
I kept the color scheme going with more vintage wood accents and greenery.
Then layered in some white milkglass with more mini yellow allium flowers.
The small wall on the other side of the fireplace is the perfect spot for an antiqued glass mirror.
A dear friend made that mirror for us from a vintage window frame. And looky there: another greenery wreath, cause that’s how I roll!
Throw pillows and blankets in a variety of shades of white, cream, and tan add some texture to the sectional. And they break up all the brown…
I’ve got some plans for the coffee table and end table this spring.
It’s time to say goodbye to as much orangey wood in my home as possible! You’ll have to stay tuned to see how they get transformed.
A rustic white tray is a great way to corral lots of smaller decor items.
That makes it easy to move the whole centerpiece out of the way when it’s time for a game.
Or a snacky snack…
Sprinkling some spring decor through the kitchen
The family room and kitchen are the heart of our home.
These are the rooms where our family hang out together. Cooking is one of my love languages so I spend a lot of time in the kitchen.
I brought some more greenery and flowers in to brighten it up a bit.
Is there anything more springy than tulips?
They’re one of my all-time favorite flowers!
Have I ever told you about the time I picked my mom a whole bouquet of them?
From our pastor’s front garden?
In my defense, I was 3…
No live tulips were harmed this time though.
I found these at Kirkland Home and they’re so realistic looking and feeling! A simple pitcher-full was just right for the kitchen table centerpiece.
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The place settings are my favorite mix of casual neutrals with a little shine and some texture.
I made the simple napkin rings from hemp twine and binder rings!
The tops of the cabinets got a little freshening too.
I used simple white elements and buckets filled with eucalyptus stems and lambs ear.
And a cutie little bunny perches on top of my fridge with a pot of larger white allium flowers.
I don’t know many people who love doing dishes (although AnnMarie says she likes to!).
But a pretty view at the kitchen sink helps make the task a little more enjoyable.
More miniature yellow allium with eucalyptus stems fill these tiny bottles.
The sideboard cabinet area got a little greenery too.
I love decorating tiered trays for the seasons.
It’s such a simple way to add a touch of seasonal decor! You’ve got to see how AnnMarie styled her farmhouse trays for spring.
This tray is all ready for Spring and Easter.
My tiered tray includes some old plastic eggs that got a makeover with jute twine and some that I painted with chalk paint.
I hope you’ve enjoyed taking a little look around my home.
Be sure to check back often for more ideas and inspiration.
And if you like the look of modern industrial farmhouse decor, you’re gonna love AnnMarie’s home! Follow us over on Instagram and Facebook to see everything we’re up to.
Dreaming of Spring home tour
For more spring decor inspiration, be sure to check out our talented friends! Continue your Spring Home Tour using the links below.
Be sure to visit all these fantastic blogs for more Spring home decor inspiration!
|Stacy Ling Bricks ‘n Blooms||Thistlewood||The Tattered Pew||Cuter Tudor|
|The Curated Farmhouse||Itty Bitty Farmhouse||Magnolia Mamas||Rain and Pine|
|French Creek Farmhouse||Hilltown House||Sweet Pembroke Home||Miranda in Charlotte|
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