Spring is officially here so I thought I’d give you a tour of my spring decor in my home. I’m joining several other bloggers to share our homes with you all week long! We worked with Kirkland’s who let us pick a few items from their store to help decorate. How fun is that? You’ll find links to the participating bloggers at the end of this post but for now, let me show you my spring decorating done in farmhouse style!
Let’s start in the family room because I’m still loving my white sectional and this is currently my favorite room in the house. The light colors lift my spirits and I love that I can easily change the look in here with just a few accessories.
I chose primarily light blues.
My spring bouquet is tucked inside a blue hobnail glass lantern that I ordered from Kirkland’s. I actually got 3 of these to either group together or use separately in different rooms of the house.
A smaller bouquet resides on the end table next to the sectional. I added one of my spring bird houses that I showed how to make a couple weeks ago.
I just love the way they look.
Next up is the living room. I haven’t done much in the way of spring decorating in this room, other than to create a bird themed spring mantel. I’m in the process of re-thinking this room and want to change it around.
This gorgeous clear-glass lantern is also from Kirkland’s. I created a makeshift bird’s nest inside with that same twiggy stuff and more of the eggs I painted.
Do you notice anything different in here?
I hung the vintage map in the dining room that I found last summer at the flea market. Another glass lantern from Kirkland’s holds more spring flowers.
I also moved my lamb sign from the kitchen into the dining room. I’ve been wanting to hang it in here for the longest time, so finally replaced a vintage mirror with it. Now I just need to figure out where to put the mirror!
I’ll share how to make it next week!
Lemons piled into my aqua enamelware colander provide color and pleasing scent while I’m cooking. I think I’m going to make some homemade lemonade with these lemons. They’re almost too pretty to eat though.
The heat from the oven would be too much for this plant.
Last week I shared my spring breakfast nook.
I’m still in love with that kitchen towel table runner with the chickens on it!
And finally, the bedroom got some sprucing up with vintage-style handmade pillow cases.
I love the pinks and greens together, with the fun trim on the ends!
Check out the amazing blogs that are part of this home tour with me and make sure to enter below for a chance to win one of THREE $100 gift cards from Kirkland’s.