10 Easy Spring Decor Ideas to Refresh Your Space

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Spring is nature’s way of saying it’s time to party. 

And who are we to dismiss the importance of a good spring party? 

To celebrate the beginning of spring, give your space a seasonal makeover. 

As the days get longer, the air gets warmer, and the sun shines brighter, it’s the perfect time to spruce up your home with easy spring decor ideas. 

In this handy little blog post, we’re bringing forth the 10 best ideas to add the freshness of spring without breaking the bank. 

Are you ready to shake off the winter blues? 

Let’s get started.

Chic home accessories in front of a window

10 Best Spring Decor Ideas 

Do you want to add a pop of color? Lighten up the space? Get rid of unnecessary clutter? 

We’ve got you covered. Let spring in your home by incorporating:

Light and Bright Bedding

As the weather gets warmer, you may feel suffocated in your heavy, chunky bedding and blankets. While these work great in winter, you’ll need to consider lighter bedding with more breathable fabrics like cotton or linen

In terms of color, soft blues, greens, or pinks are the go-to “freshness-injector” for many households. And if you want something a little more interesting, consider some floral patterns or playful geometric designs for your bedroom.

Gray and pink home decor for spring in the living room

Lush Greenery 

What says “spring” more than houseplants and greenery? If you’ve got a green thumb, pick a few seasonal flowers from your yard and put them in a nice vase. But, if you’re more into low-maintenance ways of incorporating plants into your spring decor, opt for artificial greenery. 

Since high-quality faux plants mimic the appearance of natural plants, you can hang faux hanging garlands and bushes (or even plant them) in as little as a few minutes. This will add the color you’re looking for without asking for watering or sunlight. Your spring refresh will be effortless! 

Splashes of Color

We said this blog contains easy ideas you can work on yourself, so we won’t urge you to repaint your entire home (not unless it’s overdue). But, we do suggest incorporating pops of color to uplift the space. 

For example, you can use floral arrangements in vibrant colors or coral accents, fresh greens, and pastel hues for a more inviting atmosphere. You can do this by using colorful throw pillows, small area rugs, or light curtains. If all else fails, add colorful artwork or decorative accessories like cheerful memorabilia you can swap out when needed. 

Sunny Wallpaper

If you’re bold enough for wallpaper, this can be a great choice for a room. As a start, use patterns that feature flowers, birds, or soft shapes. Don’t go all out at the very beginning and turn your wall into an eyesore – you won’t like the look.

Instead, consider using wallpaper on a focal wall or in a small space like a powder room or a closet. This will allow for maximum impact but little invasion. And if you want something extra creative, use wallpaper to line the back of a bookshelf or cabinet to turn some heads. 

Pattern Play

We’ve already mentioned the importance of patterns, but let’s talk about why we love them so. Mixing and matching patterns is your gateway to playful room decor for spring. It’s an easy way to add visual interest to your space without going overboard. 

For the best effect, combine different patterns like florals, stripes, or checks that share a common color palette. Get some throw pillows in each pattern, fluff them, and put them on your bed for a polished appearance. 

Interior of beautiful modern bedroom with spring flowers

More Mirrors

It’s no secret that mirrors create the illusion of a larger space. They reflect natural light and make the room look a bit brighter. To mirror the brightness of spring (pun intended), scatter a few mirrors around your home. 

But don’t use a version of the same mirror everywhere. Use mirrors in different sizes, some large and serving as focal points, and others small for decoration. If you’ve got the creativity to spare, you can even make your own mirror frame by following a comprehensive online tutorial. 

Spring Vignettes 

In interior design, a “vignette” is a group of decorative objects that serve as an area of interest. They showcase a household’s favorite knick-knacks and weave a narrative about the household’s interests. Small, themed displays like this are a charming touch to your spring decor and we couldn’t recommend them enough. 

For example, you can use seasonal items like flowers, Easter eggs, trays, candles, or ceramic trinkets in the shape of birds or bunnies. Then, display your vignette on a mantle, shelf, or coffee table, and take in the beauty every time you pass by.  

Fireplace with beautiful spring decorations in room

Fresh, Spring Scents

You shouldn’t limit your spring decor only to what you can see. Scents are the cornerstone of spring – it’s how you know warmer weather is on its way. Scents will play a key role in setting the mood in your home. 

Use candles, reed diffusers, or essential oil diffusers in light, floral fragrances like lavender, jasmine, or rose. If you have hyacinths in your yard, pick some and place them in a vase in the middle of your coffee table. This can also be part of your vignette. 

Soon enough, your entire home will smell like spring.  

Seasonal Accents

Spring and Easter are two peas in a pod – they always go hand in hand. To prepare for the holiday, look for decorative accents reflecting the season. For example, you can have floral wreaths on your door, bird figurines on your mantles, or decorative eggs strewn about. 

Even if it’s too early (or too late) to decorate for Easter, you can add elements that aren’t overtly Easter-y. Instead, look for decor items in more neutral colors and integrate them into your existing decor. If you like how it looks, you may even decide to keep it as is for longer. 

Homely cozy spring interior in the living room with a vase and flowers, home comfort concept

Natural Textures

Last but not least, don’t neglect natural textures like wicker, rattan, wood, or bamboo. They go a long way for warmth in a home. As an example, introduce a rattan chair to your living room or a bamboo lampshade over your console table. 

You can even take these textures to the dining room with a wooden dining table or wicker placemats to ground the space. Or, incorporate accessories like woven baskets, jute rugs, or cork coasters to tie the space together and create an environment that reflects the beauty of spring. 

Vintage spring decorations

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