With the holidays in our rear-view mirror, we’re all looking forward to spring. We can’t wait to say goodbye to this dreary weather and hello to colorful flowers and warmer days! While it may still be gloomy outside, let’s start thinking of some gorgeous spring decor ideas to brighten our homes! After all, spring will be here before we know it.
28 Beautiful Spring Decorations for your Home
If you’re looking for unique and beautiful spring design ideas, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve created a post round-up of gorgeous decor for every style. Whether you’re hoping to find a fun centerpiece or an inviting entryway for your home, there is something here for you. As you browse this collection, you will find that integrating beautiful floral displays and natural elements into your home decor can truly bring that feeling of spring indoors.
Now that you’ve taken down the holiday decorations, you may be thinking that the house looks a little naked. Perhaps your living room is in need of a little flair or your front stoop is looking a bit empty. So grab your coffee, dream of warmer days, and take a look at these amazing spring decor ideas. You’re bound to find some inspiration for your own home!
1. Add Some Color with a Grassy Centerpiece
While color trends change from one year to the next, living greens are always in fashion. Add some tranquility to your dinner parties by making a grassy display in a repurposed drawer your centerpiece. You can even add more functionality to this accent by using edible greens like wheatgrass or lemongrass.
2. Fill a Vase with Beautiful Floral Branches
Gone are the days of dull faux floral arrangements. This simple arrangement offers a small pop of color and big volume but is surprisingly easy to pull off. All you need is a vessel with character – like this old-fashioned glass jug – and several tall, brightly-colored floral sprigs or flowering branches.
3. Hanging Mason Jars Filled with Flowers
Can’t get enough of the mason jar craze? Here’s another clever way to incorporate canning jars into your décor. Wrought iron coat hooks are attached to distressed boards to provide a farm fresh backdrop for hanging mason jar posies. They’re a throwback to the popular turn-of-the-century fairy lamps but with a cool, country twist.
4. Festive Floral and Burlap Monogram Wreath
This gorgeous monogrammed door wreath is more chic than shabby but incorporates many rustic elements that help it fit into a wide variety of design themes. A grapevine wreath makes a timeless base. Vibrant tulips draw the eye while classic burlap adds a homey touch. An elegantly scrolled initial provides an understated way to personalize this piece.
5. Arrange Feminine Florals on Antique Trunks
Combining hard and soft textures has long been a staple of the fashion world. This clever arrangement is the perfect way to bring curated contrasts into your home. Delicate flowers like miniature roses and baby’s breath are surprisingly well-suited for display in antique crates and trunks. It’s a great way to add more depth to your country wedding décor.
6. Rustic Mason Jar String Art Floral Display
String art is making a comeback in surprising ways. Recognizable silhouettes of old homestead staples like mason jars are replacing brightly-colored geometric designs. All this project requires is barn wood, string, nails, and your choice of flowers. Soften up the finished product with a handful of breathy, blush-colored peonies or roses.
7. Create a Watering Can Spring Decoration
Pour yourself into your spring decorating efforts with this sweet old door hanger. Give that rusty old watering can a new job by filling it with flowers. A cluster of eggs also makes it suitable for Easter display. A gauzy ribbon finishes the arrangement and can be replaced with any color that suits your style or mood.
8. Bring Colorful Potted Plants Indoors
Play up your favorite piece of primitive furniture by topping it with a trio of galvanized planters. This fantastic milk paint table makes the perfect display for flowering thistles. Best of all, you can mix and match pots and buckets to create a truly one-of-a-kind assemblage. Add more complementary pieces under the table, or seek out small pots to tuck in between.
9. A Tiered Stand Makes a Cheerful Display
Tiered stands are everywhere these days, and with good reason. Whether yours is made of wire mesh or steel wash pans, it creates a versatile foundation for displaying a wide array of seasonal knick-knacks. Combine all your country favorites in one place without looking cluttered. This stand mixes Ball jars, pottery birds, and floral clusters easily and attractively.
10. Lovely Moss and Tulip Wreath
Purple and white are classic colors for Easter. Nothing sets them off better than moss green. Wrapping moss around a grapevine wreath helps to hide plastic stems on faux flowers for a more realistic look while also selectively highlighting the natural character of the wreath. Small clusters of yellow blossoms add some welcome levity.
11. Simple But Stunning Floral Mason Jar Centerpiece
These white-washed mason jars look like they were made to be displayed in this little repurposed drawer. Blue chalk paint gives the wood that oh-so desirable timeworn look while white paint on the Ball jars helps to bring out their vintage graphics. Pastel flowers make the perfect complement to this charming table centerpiece.
12. Use Natural Elements for an Outdoor Display
Why choose between your favorite flowers when you can use all of them? Take the fairy garden concept to the next level with a diverse floral display that incorporates an entire ecosystem of natural elements. Your garden urns will overfloweth when you fill them with this festive combination of spring blossoms, succulents, and other harbingers of spring like bird nests and robin’s eggs.
13. Create a Colorful Display with Pom-Pom Branches
Make your own spring-inspired pussy willow branches with twigs and multi-colored pom-poms. They’re perfect for a growing girl’s room, or for a grown-up girl that still likes a little whimsy. Display your bouquet in a clear glass pillar to show off a couple extra pops of color and draw the eye up slowly for the full effect.
14. Beautiful Entryway with Displays of Different Heights
In the past, a single entryway topiary was sufficient. Now multi-level stoop displays are all the rage. This arrangement beautifully demonstrates how easy it is to pull off a complete exterior look. The eggs in the basket and the flowers in the pail can also easily be replaced with other décor to suit the passing seasons.
15. Bring Spring Indoors with Cheery Mantel Décor
Here’s a one-shot tutorial on how to get your mantel ready for spring. Add a small wreath to an existing mirror or frame. Tuck eggs onto candle or plant stands to get them spring-perfect. Nothing says Easter like the Easter bunny himself. A pennant garland pulls the whole look together and adds interest below eye level.
16. Unique and Whimsical Umbrella Display
Hanging a cone full of flowers on the door is a time-honored Mayday tradition. For a more enduring and less expected version of this sweet gesture, consider displaying your flowers in an umbrella instead. A clear wreath hanger is a low-cost investment that you’re sure to use again, and a patterned ribbon keeps the arrangement in place while making the color scheme more cohesive.
17. Use Plants to Create an Inviting Entryway
Here’s a great way to use your favorite flowers in multiple places without looking too matchy-matchy. A whirl of blooms on the door sets the tone while overflowing urns and terrariums create levels. The bird finials and the stair bunnies mix nicely, while a scattering of petals subtly extends the color down to ground level.
18. Simple and Sweet Bird’s Nest Easter Display
If you’re not a fan of gaudy holiday décor, then this understated Easter birdhouse sign was made for you. A nest full of pastel eggs makes a pretty focal point. Create a miniature tree from floral sprigs. Butterflies made from vintage pages are a bespoke finishing touch.
19. Delicate Teacup Bird’s Nest Display
This delicate ornament proves that beautiful teacup crafts are still being made. A tiny moss and leaf nest is tucked into the basin of the cup where it rests preciously against a bed of dried flowers and velvety greens. Use a satin ribbon in the color of your choice to hang one anywhere, from your window shutters to a chair spoke.
20. Fill a Large Vase with Colored Eggs
Remember when everyone was filling their clear vases with marbles or aquarium gems? Then it was lemons and limes. The newest way to elevate a basic vase for spring is to fill it with Easter eggs. Mix in some with the same hues as your flower arrangement for the most cohesive look.
21. Adorable Burlap Rabbit with Fluffy Tail
This crafty burlap bunny offers a new take on the vintage stencil craze. It’s hard to believe that a handful of common crafting elements can make such a distinctive sign. A twine hanger adds to the rustic appeal while a big yellow pom-pom is the perfect burst of spring spirit.
22. Create a Floral Display with Vintage Candlesticks
Hydrangeas are one of spring’s most elegant seasonal blooms. These subtly egg-shaped displays were created by attaching the flowers to dollar store Easter supplies. Vintage candlesticks present the perfect platform and are easily found at garage sales and flea markets (though you probably already have some in your home).
23. Elegant Spring Floral DIY Centerpiece
Looking for a smart way to fit those gorgeous ball floral displays into your wedding decoration budget? Here’s a photo guide that shows how you can create a beautiful rose clutch using craft glue, flowers, ribbon, a Styrofoam ball, and a glass candlestick. It’s hard to believe this exquisite arrangement only costs a few dollars.
24. Stencil Some Adorable Rabbit Mason Jar Favors
These candy-coated Easter party favors are the sweetest thing ever (no pun intended). A bunny stencil gives the recipient a sneak peek at the speckled treats inside, though virtually any pastel-colored candy is going to look good in this picture window. Crocheted and gingham ribbon details pair perfectly with the country charm of classic mason jars.
25. Greet Guests with a Lavish Tulip Wreath
This voluminous tulip door wreath is bursting with the new life that epitomizes the season. The key to this luscious look is not only multiple layers of flowers. A carefully coordinated color palette also adds to the richness of the arrangement. Using a hook instead of a hanger gives it a floating effect that doesn’t detract from the flowers.
26. Shabby Chic Milk Crate Floral Display
Who knew a rusty old milk bottle caddy could make such a fantastic floral display? We did! Dusty pink roses echo the distressed look while spiky white blossoms are a breath of fresh air. Best of all, the handle makes it easy to move this around the house or clear it from the table when more space is needed at dinner.
27. Celebrate Easter with a Charming Bunny Wreath
Why not show your love of Easter with a rabbit-shaped grapevine wreath? Cotton buds are woven in amongst the sprigs to formally announce that spring is sprung. Additional floral baubles are added to the bottom layer to give the body a more bubbly texture. A bright pink bow and hanging loop really pop against a door with a dark finish.
28. Create a Centerpiece with Flowers and Eggs
This attractive gathering basket full of flowers is a fresh way to celebrate spring’s bounty. A base full of bright white eggs accessorizes easily with country white porcelain serving pieces and also sets off the vibrant color of the blooms on top. Scatter a few extra blooms on the table to give a more natural look to an otherwise minimalist setting.