Spring Decor 

I frequently change out the decor in my house to reflect the season or the holiday. The decorations that I have now will stay in place until the first day of Fall. This is the longest stretch of time for my seasonal decor.

Here is what I did:


One of the easiest things to change is the wreath on my front door. 


Another easy update is to change out trays. This tray is turquoise & we use it for our little bar area. 


The other thing I swap out are the fillings in my vases & apothecary jars. Here I’ve added green grass balls and brightly colored glass beads. My favorite vase fillings can be found at Target, Michaels & Hobby Lobby. I store them in zip lock bags when not in use. 


The egg tree thing will only be around until Easter. I’ve also added brightly colored glass & metallic mason jars. They all reflect light very beautifully. 


Another thing I like to use is colored glass. The purple pitcher is functional & I recently picked it up from a vintage store in Cincinatti. My favorite place to shop for glass is Homegoods. I also change out the pots for my plants from season to season. 

The blue “S” stands for our family name & has a spring friendly print. 


Pillows are a cheap & easy way to update decor. They are a pain to store so try to get pillows in colors that can work during multiple seasons. For example my red pillows work for Fall, Christmas & Valentine’s Day. 


Swapping out picture frames is a cheap & easy way to freshen things up, and nothing says Spring or Summer like birdcages. 

I picked up two things in New Orleans to bring into my home!


An original from an artist in Jackson Square! I loved the rhinestones & the replica of the Square.


I make coffee at least once a day, and now I have this sugar bowl to remind me of my favorite city. 

My next big home decor projects include my front porch, when I put out our lanterns & other outdoor decor as well as planting my flowers & landscaping which usually happens after Mother’s Day.

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