Spring is perhaps my favorite season for decorating the house. I love cracking open the windows to let the spring breezes flow in, bringing with them the wonderful scent of lilac and apple blossoms. Spring cleaning doesn’t feel like a chore; instead it feels like performing a little therapy on the house, purging it of winter germs. To further inspire, I have a roundup of 11 spring decorating ideas for you to enjoy this weekend.
A beautiful bouquet of ranunculus was gathered together by Shabbyfufu for an elegant spring centerpiece. You won’t believe what she used to make the vase! So pretty!
A simple spring wreath by Making It in the Mountains lends plenty of style and prettiness to a double door. I need to make one of these!
I recently brought in touches of aqua and yellow to decorate my kitchen for spring.
How gorgeous are these lavender topiaries at Hymns and Verses? Pretty gorgeous! I love Doreen’s dining room. Topiaries are one of my favorite spring decorating ideas (I recently purchased a couple topiaries for my mantel).
Sometimes the simplest of ideas creates the biggest impact. Quince branches in a white ironstone pitcher make a big impact at Postcards from the Ridge when decorating for the spring season.
A pretty brunch table setting was created by At the Picket Fence. The sweet little blooms look so pretty against the white napkins, tied up with a beautiful green bow.
Blooming Homestead recently shared an inspiring spring quote framed in wood.
One of my favorite table settings includes this spring tablescape that uses ribbons for a runner.
Pretty pink pom poms by My Fabuless Life serve as napkin rings. Just one of many spring decorating ideas that’s currently inspiring me.
See how to make this pretty spring centerpiece at Refresh Restyle. I love the pop of colors the tulips provide.
One of my favorite banners is this spring botanic banner that I made a couple years ago.
I love all the soft colors of spring shown in these inspiration photos. I hope you enjoyed this collection of spring decorating ideas. What ways do you enjoy decorating for the spring season?