As you read this, I’m still in sunny Cozumel! I actually wrote this post earlier in the week and scheduled it to go live today. Since I knew I’d be busy, I asked some of my blogging buddies to share some of their spring decorating ideas with me so that I could share them with you! To see their complete project, just click on the link under each photo. This is a very talented bunch of women and I’m sure you’ll see something you like!
Precious DIY bird nests by Lucy at Craftberry Bush are sure to add springtime beauty to your home. Lucy is a true artist and I love everything she makes. She’s such an inspiration to me!
Jennifer at City Farmhouse shares beautiful spring decorating ideas.
Don’t you love her soft color palette? It’s dreamy!
This gorgeous stenciled dresser is by the very talented Rachel at Shades of Blue Interiors.
It’s a piece of furniture that she’s turned into a piece of artwork!
A beautiful white spring mantel graces the home of Alice at Thoughts from Alice.
She’s another of my inspiring artistic friends. Her creativity is amazing!
Also from Alice is this pretty spring centerpiece created with vintage aqua bottles. Do you see the little lambs placed in between the bottles? A rustic coffee bean sack creates a makeshift table runner.
Jamie at So Much Better with Age created a stunning tea party theme with a rag garland and gorgeous wreath. Do you also see the little moss heart tags attached to the garland? So pretty!
Jamie also created this darling spring art postcard!
The talent these ladies possess never ceases to amaze me.
I’ve long admired these DIY sea glass bottles by Danielle at Finding Silver Pennies. I love their color and sweet simplicity.
I’ve also been admirer of Danielle’s beautiful dining room, and she dresses it up so pretty for the spring season (and every other season too!)
You’ll find Bre’s spring-themed dining room over at Rooms for Rent.
I love her mix of spring green and yellow accents.
Bre also shares how to make a festive spring burlap wreath!
Last year I decorated my kitchen dining nook in pink and blue.
I added ribbons to create a simple table runner atop my vintage tablecloth.
And here’s a simple floral spring vignette I created.
I love pink and green together!
And finally, Jen at City Farmhouse dressed her kitchen dining space in simple spring style. So proud to say that Jen was awarded a top 10 decorating blogger by Better Homes and Gardens. You can vote for her blog on their website.
Hope you enjoyed this collection of 14 spring decorating ideas!