Your favorite flowers aren’t just in a vase full of water. Wall vases are a great way to display flowers without taking up too much tabletop space.
An alternative to the centerpiece is a multi-layer wire stand.
this is a very cute idea as a table centerpiece Show off your potted spring plants from Kate’s Place. I love eggs in the bottom of wire baskets.
Boxwood is the perfect green for the transition from winter to spring! I love the pop of color on the pillow! Teal is a delightful spring color when paired with the yellows and oranges of vintage milkgrass. You can also see how she mixes up her spring pillows. Hof’s house.
Topiaries, like fern planters, are another great way to add some greenery to your spring decor. Use as a single planter accent on your table or in clusters as centerpieces. Here’s how to make a moss topiary.
Bucket’s of Burlap paints her wood countertops and this view feels like springtime with her delightful decor. It’s a breath of air! If you want to know how to force your own spring branches for early bloom, check out this post.
Dream and Differ had this lovely springtime vignette. I love the burlap stenciled bunnies in her vintage frame, her collection of vintage her ironstones are nicely styled by herself, and the misplaced eggs are super cute too! A cute decoration idea for Easter and spring!
making a home base I made a cute pot with spring-like stamps! I love the words in the typeface and the little teal flowers planted in it are so cute! They are a collection of very easy and cut decoration ideas.
You can easily incorporate color by putting pretty flowers in recycled bottles or jars on your mantelpiece.
These dotted pots are super easy to make and are cute whether you use real flowers from seeds or artificial plants! We hope you liked our easy and cute spring decoration ideas.
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