Ohh Spring, that magical time of the year, when the birds start chirping again, and you can feel the warm sunshine on your face, and everywhere you look, you can’t help but smile seeing all the beautiful flower buds covering the trees, and popping up from the ground. It’s such a refreshing sight after a long winter, and even though we might not quite be there here in New England, I love adding touches of Spring around our home, because it builds up anticipation for what’s about to happen outside.
In our living room, I kept things soft and with light blue and muted pink, and added pops of green to resemble my craving for when we will be able to see some green outside.
I made the arrangement on our coffee table using ranunculus, hypericum, and snapdragons in the prettiest shade of pink. They were dusty, and muted, and honestly looked more like a “vintage” pink to me, and just the touch of spring I craving!
I will be sharing the tutorial for how I made this floral arrangement soon!
Our dining room flows openly from our living room, and I just love how the light begins to pure into these rooms on a sunny spring day!
I shared a spring tablescape last week, using this terra cotta pots centerpiece. The best part is when we aren’t eating at the table, the tray can remain as cheery spring decor!
In the kitchen I used some smaller arrangements of the same flowers in milk glass vases on our island.
I recently gave this sweet little antique dresser a makeover, and we now use it in our kitchen instead of the bench. I’m in the process of re-doing a tiny back hall closet to optimize shoe storage, which I will be sure to share!
In the meantime, we are totally enjoying how this dresser fits in the kitchen, and the added light the lamp provides at night. Not to mention the cozy factor!
I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing some of the spring touches I’ve done around our home. You can see last years Spring Home Tour HERE, and be sure to stop by and see my friends who are sharing their spring home tours today as well!
And sharing the rest of the week…