Maybe it’s the arrival of warmer temperatures or simply more sunshine, but there’s something about spring that makes us want to give our homes a refresh. After a few months of gray skies and cozy blankets, we think it’s safe to say that a splash of bright color here and there is more than welcome! Today I am sharing a few of the small ways I’m sprucing up our home for spring. Many of these items are on our Easter Gifts & Decor gift guide, too so head over there too to see more!
Lo Home’s is always one of my first stops when looking for seasonal decor and her new sugar bunnies are just precious! Each one is hand-painted- they’re truly heirloom quality and something you’ll have for years to come!
As a family with you children, displaying seasonal picture books encourages us to read more but I find it’s also a budget-friendly way to make things festive. It makes me happy to see Peter Rabbit and The Country Bunny throughout the day:).
I love setting the tone for spring before guests even walk in the door. This welcoming poppy wreath definitely does the trick! (P.S. I also love the pink the bunny door hanger on our guide.) wreath | mirror (antique but love this)
These Fig & Dove acrylic doves are so beautiful and can be added to parts of your home decor for a little interest or conversation piece. I added a few to my wreath. (I can’t decide if I like better indoors our out!)
P.S. One of the acrylic doves is a lovely “thinking of you gift” during the spring!
I love changing out the linens and placemats I’ve collected over the years. When spring arrives, I break out the straw, rattan and lighter colors.
One of my favorite placemats for everyday are the cork placemats from Williams-Sonoma. They last forever! And wipe clean so perfect for families with children. They have so many different styles – the floral ones make me happy for spring but love the bunny placemats for Easter, too.
P.S. My tablecloth that sold out quickly last year is back in stock in five other colors. So pretty for an Easter table!
I bring out my garden bunnies every spring but often change up how I use them. They are so cute as centerpieces with moss and mini Easter eggs or on a mantle display. You can see how I styled them on a table here.
A dish of beautiful candy is another inexpensive way to add a touch of Easter to your home. You can often find these at Home Goods, Amazon or go pricey with Dodi Thayer for Tory Burch collection! All would make a lovely gift. This one is part of Terrain’s ceramic cabbage collection. I love the classic green color but the piece are also available in white, pink and blue. Terrain also make this cute wire Easter egg holder and the tablecloth pictured above.
Head over to our Easter Gifts & Decor gift guide for even more ideas to get you ready to welcome spring with open arms! And don’t miss our other Easter gift guides — we have plenty of Easter basket and gift ideas for Children and Teens & Tweens, too!