I love decorating for the season! You know that I’m a big fan of Christmas trees, but I also decorate at other times of the year. Today, I’m sharing how to decorate for spring and Easter! I’ve found lots of cute items to help transition my home into the new season, and I thought I would share some of my finds with you. I hope you enjoy my How to Decorate for Spring and Easter post, and be sure to let me know if you enjoy new home decor finds.
I don’t share a lot about home decor in this space, but I love shopping for my home almost as much as I love shopping for my closet! A few of these items are strictly for spring, but many of them are items that will look great in your home all year long.
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How to Decorate for Spring and Easter
Spring decor doesn’t have to be obvious! This wooden soap stand looks so cute next to a kitchen or laundry sink. Complete the look by pairing it with these glass hand soap and dish soap dispensers filled with your favorite soaps and this bamboo dish scrubber.
While you’re updating the kitchen, be sure to switch out your towels. A cute tea towel like these spring inspired ones hanging in the kitchen is sure to bring a smile every time you go to dry your hands! These are a simple way to quickly change your decor; plus, they’re useful!
I have been seeing these on Instagram, and they look SO real! They come in so many different colors, but I think the white ones are so crisp and fresh looking. They would make a beautiful spring centerpiece for your dining room table. They would also add a touch of elegance to a guest bath or bedroom. I saw a tip for making these look even more real; put them in a clear vase with a little water. I’ve not done this, but I’m going to try it once these tulips come in.
Pastels are always a great color choice when selecting spring and Easter home decor. I love these pink buffalo check placemats for a dining room table or a breakfast table, but they are also available in blue, tan, green, yellow, black, and orange. Have the girls over for lunch, or set these up outside on the porch on a side table. Too pretty.
This Amazon mirror is very similar to the very popular (and much more expensive) Primrose mirror from Anthropologie! It would look great on a mantle, over a dresser, or in a powder room. It is a steal when you compare it to Anthropologie, and looks amazing! This would be great all year long, not just in spring.
Have you switched out your winter wreaths yet? A boxwood wreath like this one will look great all spring and summer long! I thought the little hello sign was so cute, but it’s removable. Don’t forget about your outdoor spaces when you’re changing your decor. Your neighbors will be very impressed, lol.
Have pretty Easter or Spring figurines? Show them off with a glass dome! These little cloches are so cute for styling a candle, a small faux plant, or even a bunny figurine! They are the perfect size to add to a shelf, nightstand, side table, desk, etc.
I have been eyeing one of Target’s Casaluna blankets every time I stroll through the bedding aisles. That is until I saw this very similar chunky knit blanket for almost half of the price on Amazon! They are great for draping across the foot of your bed or curling up on the couch to binge your favorite show. Available in several pretty colors.
How precious are these little bunnies? They are perfect for adding a touch of Easter to your home, but they would look sweet all spring long! Add them to your Easter tablescape, or put them on your mantle or bookshelf. They also come in gold.
While we are talking about Easter decorations, I thought these wooden block signs were adorable! You girls know I love the happy spring colors, and they are very affordable at under $16. Put them in the foyer for a happy welcome to guests.
I thought this set of botanical prints would look great in any space. They come unframed, but if you need frames, these will give you a similar look! A gallery of prints is a great way to fill an empty space in any room. These are light and airy but don’t scream SPRING.
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Nothing says “Welcome” like a Happy Easter Welcome mat, lol. This is bright and cheery and a great size at 17″ x 29″ inches. You can put this at your front door or patio or even bring it inside for a fun addition to your guest bath. It has a great rating and is just $17 dollars.
Are the grandkids coming over? How cute are these bunny ear canisters? Put some chocolate eggs or fun candies in them and put them on the kitchen counter or use them as a centerpiece. They’d also make great gifts for the neighbors!
I love a good Welcome sign, lol. I bought one like this for my sister, and it was a huge hit. I love the interchangeable decorations for the different seasons. It’s a nice size at 12″ W x 12″ H. You could add more greenery or change the ribbon if you want to add a little more pizzazz!
Do you decorate for Spring and Easter? What are your tips? Let me know in the comments!
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