Even though the weather man says it's supposed to snow later this week, I'm enjoying the Spring weather we've been having lately in Michigan. Warmer temps, sunshine, and longer days make me so happy! I get super motivated to start doing projects and re-decorating this time of year. Adding Spring and Easter decor to our home is one of my favorite ways to refresh our house after the long winter months. Here are some my favorite ways to do that (and one of the projects I want to do).
I think my favorite Spring decor is greenery. I love that it can transition easily in to summer, so I can keep it up even longer.
|Wine bottle vase from CAIRfully Crafted.|
I don't have much Easter decor, but I love adding little things here and there. I got these cute little ceramic bunnies from my mom and they are perfect on our new kitchen shelves.
|Basket and lid from Longaberger.|
Wreaths are one of my favorite ways to add fun decor, and it's so easy to change them out for different holidays or seasons. I made this Spring wreath last year. It's not my favorite, but it'll do for now. I made the Easter Egg wreath four years ago and it's one of my favorite DIY projects to date. It's held up great over the past four years, and it's super easy to make. You can check out my tutorial HERE.
Fun kitchen towels are an easy way to add pops of color to a space. I love this cute Spring tea towel I picked up from the Target dollar spot last month. The Spring colors and the tulip pattern are just too cute!
Like I said, I get motivated to start doing home projects once the weather starts getting nice. I'd love to change up our kitchen faucet and the light fixture over the sink, so that I could enjoy this area of our kitchen a little more. It's just kind of plain right now. I've seen some super cute pendant lights on Arhaus that I think would be perfect in this space. (This one and this one are my favorites.) Looks like I know what I'll be adding to my birthday and Christmas wish list this year! If you're looking for some ideas to add to yours, take a second to check out Arhaus' Instagram.
What are you favorite ways to "refresh" your home for Spring? Any favorite decor pieces you use? Or things you want to do to your home this Spring?