Fresh flowers are my love language, and I try to keep them in the house year-round. Today I am sharing easy ways to add fresh flowers to your Spring decor. Ooh and I have a treat for you, some of my blogging besties are also sharing their beauful homes, so be sure to check them out below. If you are visiting from Brent’s @Shegaveitago, welcome! Isn’t Brents’ home beautiful!?!?!? I am such a huge fan of hers!
Okay, let’s get this decor party started!.
It’s easy to brighten up our homes with a beautiful vase of flowers, and I am a big fan. The folks at Trader Joe’s know me by name and the floral dept often holds special flowers for me that they think I may like. However today I want to inspire you to think a bit more out of the box.
I use fresh flowers to bring in those beautiful pops of springtime color. Because I don’t do a lot of seasonal decorating this time of year, using flowers are my way of brightening things up after a long cold winter. I like choosing bright blooms and using unique varieties with lots of greenery.
I adore using flowers in unexpected places. Here I placed fresh flowers in little vases and used them as a valance at our Airbnb. I love how pretty it is, and our guests love it. I found the vases on Amazon and tied them on the curtain rod with leather strips.
Tucking fresh flowers into unexpected places is another way to elevate your Spring decor. Here I used a vintage battery case filled with daisies to fill in an empty niché.
A hallway or corner is another unexpected spot to add bright pops of color.
Tuck a few into a small container in the bathroom. Try it with lavender.
You can easily mix decor with your flowers -I used plastic Easter eggs for my vases of cut branches.
Add some moss to your vases and planters. So easy! I used a moss mat (these are very handy as they already have the adhesive built in). Next simply cut it to the size of the vase. I then trimmed off the excess and done. Moss instantly says, “Yay, Spring” to me. See how it elevates these purple tulips.
And these daffodils…
This is also an excellent way to cover up cheap plastic pots.
I hope this inspires you to run out and grab a bunch of fresh flowers for your own home this weekend. Let’s go see Rachels’ pretty Spring porch decor at the @Thepondsfarmhouse
Until next time,
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