7 Ways to Spruce Your Home for Spring

Seven tips for perfect spring decor in your home. Creating vignettes, fresh flower arrangements, and more! #spring #decoratingtips

Spring makes us want to reclaim and refresh our spaces, doesn’t it? Sprucing your home in the spring doesn’t have to be expensive or time consuming, in fact it can be quite fun and budget friendly. If you are considering sprucing up your space, the simple tips below can help you get the job done. Look below at our 7 ways to spruce your home up for spring and see how you can get a fresh look for less.

Bring in some fresh flowers

Bringing nature from outdoors to in really makes your space feel like spring. Cut some fresh flowers or even long twigs and bring them in. Arrange them in a vase or vases and place the around the house for a pop of color and fragrance. You can add fresh flowers to any room of the home. Start in the dining room and the move to smaller forgotten rooms like the bathroom or bedroom.

Accent your front door with a spring wreath

Welcome guests with a sign of spring. Accent your front door with a spring wreath complete with spring flowers or colors. This is a fun way to accent the front door, as is a fresh coat of paint or some new hardware!

Change out towels and other linens to lighter colors

Change out your linens to reflect the season. Get rid of the heavy wool blankets and plaid prints and replace them with soft and light linen and cotton. Opt for white linens or linens that are soft in color and pattern.

Add small spring vignettes

A vignette is a small arrangement of similar objects to create a dramatic effect. Make your own vignette with a collection of items such as vases, books, pitchers, figurines, or other items of your choosing. Arrange them on a buffet or side table for effect. Look for vignette inspiration ideas on Pinterest!

Let there be light!

Bring plenty of light into your home by pulling blinds and curtains open. You can also switch to lower and softer wattage light bulbs. Use lighter colors through the house and use natural light whenever possible. Open the windows and let fresh air in. After all, you have been cooped up all winter.

Maintain a regular cleaning schedule

You don’t have to do deep spring cleaning, just vow to do a quick pick up and declutter each day for 45 minutes to an hour. This will make a huge difference in the appearance of your home and how you feel about it. Once you get use to this schedule, you can always add to it.

Eliminate unnecessary clutter

Free up more space and eliminate stress when you eliminate unnecessary clutter. Take a few minutes each day to get rid of/donate items you no longer use or need. You will feel lighter and your space will feel cleaner. Who doesn’t want that?

Are you ready to start sprucing your space? Try this 7 ways to spruce your home for less and start sprucing your space today!

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Katie Reed

Katie Reed

Katie Reed is a 38 year old mom blogger from Salt Lake City, UT. She is married to the man of her dreams and together they have four beautiful boys. Dexter is 9, Daniel is 7, Chester is 5 and Wilder is 2. She writes about living with mental health issues while navigating motherhood. Her blog focuses on tips and tricks for moms, information and parenting news, kid-friendly recipes and crafts. She loves to reflect on the humorous side of parenthood and shares the reality of her life, with a "warts and all" attitude.

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