Spring has officially arrived.
That may mean it’s going to rain for at least the next month in the Midwest. But there are daffodils. And some open windows. And random sunny days. And the chance to decorate the house for a new season. (You already know I believe in the power of seasonal decorating.)
So life is good. Rainy. And good.
I’m a bit of a holiday traditionalist. A literalist. When Easter and spring are here, there are eggs and pastels and bunnies. So for now, we’ll enjoy the little burst of springtime inside.
I swapped out the mantel for some lighter decor – including the DIY sign that hung in our last bedroom and some lovely green candle holders I picked locally on clearance.
The rest of the living room just got a little lightening and brightening.
And dining room also got a little springtime boost.
I like confining some seasonal decor to the tray on the center of the table. Nothing fancy, but there are eggs and flowers and a bunny. So, we passed the Easter test.
The kitchen got a few touches of spring, too.
It’s simple, but I guess that’s the point. Simple and pretty.
And of course fresh flowers are a must.
And the open shelves got a hefty dose of springtime. This is one of my favorite areas to decorate in the new house. There’s plenty of space – which is fun and sometimes a challenge.
Even the bedroom got a little touch of spring – I changed out the bedding and added some boxwood wreaths under the windmill.
And that’s how I added a little touch of spring to our home.
Now, I hope you’ll stop by some of the 24 other creative and home bloggers sharing home tours today – you will leave with plenty of inspiration for your own home.
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