Let’s celebrate the start of the season with a Spring Home Tour!
After the bizarre weather we recently experienced here in Texas, the first signs of spring are a welcome change.
Spring is such a wonderful time. Not only do we get to enjoy warmer weather and longer days, for the home decor lover like myself, it is the perfect time to refresh the home after the holiday season. I recently updated some of the rooms in our house with some fresh spring decor and I am excited to share with you guys.
When it comes to home decor, I typically like to work with a neutral palette. You may remember that even with my Holiday decor, I was able to pull off a neutral classic design.
I chose to do something a little bit different this year by bringing in more warm and muted tones. My goal each time spring comes around, is to create a space that transitions well from winter to spring.
My 2021 spring home tour features a lot of greenery. I went all out this year by adding gorgeous floral arrangements to the different spaces in my home, mixing faux with real to give a bit of balance. The simple addition of greenery made a huge difference and makes the spaces feel refreshing after such a difficult winter.
You can see last year’s spring home tour for some spring decor tips. Between last year’s tour and this one, I am sure that you will be able to get lots of wonderful ideas that you can use for your own home.
For this spring home tour, I will take you through some of the different rooms in the house and share how I refresh the space with unique spring decor.
Spring Front Door Decor
We will start off our spring home tour at the front door- The first thing that you see as you approach the house. The front door is very welcoming with the green planters framing each side of the door and the floral wreath hanging on the door itself.
It is spring after all, so I went heavy on the florals. It was important for me to start the spring decor right from the door so that guests feel the welcomed hints of spring even before they enter. I also think that the green is a nice contrast to the brick walls.
Spring Dining Room Decor
The main dining room is one of the first rooms that greet guests as they enter our home. The dining room features earth tones and lots of green. As mentioned earlier, greenery is very important when it comes to this season and I have incorporated it in the dining room in various ways.
This dining room mirror is one of my favorite pieces because it is so transitional and can be used with a variety of styles.
The olive and green spray stems also add a nice touch.
The ceramic jugs also bring in warm tones and texture to the space.
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When decorating any space, I believe in creating your own style. You can bring in pieces you love and make it your own instead of always following the norms. The farmhouse style console is one example of this.
Each piece on the console is unique in its own way. From the artwork on the table to the lamp base, baskets, woven box, and vase, each piece works together to bring in a texture and style of its own. I love how we were able to use the rattan texture throughout the house to add more texture to each space.
Further down the hall is the gallery wall that I recently completed with the rope bench underneath it. The artwork definitely adds additional texture and interest to an otherwise neutral space. The bench was accessorized with pillows.
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Spring Living Room Decor
The living room has a similar vibe to the rest of the house. Plenty of greenery, texture and print.
I also decided to use a similar concept to accessorize the coffee and side tables, bringing in stone, warm and brass tones.
Pillows are one of my favorite decorating accessories because they can add lots of character and define a space.
The main feature in this spring living room is the mantle which was accessorized with a gold round mirror and even more greenery. Can you tell how much we love greenery for spring?
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Spring Kitchen Decor
Moving on to the kitchen, I kept it simple with some flowers, greens, and kitchen decor in warm tones as well.
The breakfast nook is one of my favorite rooms in the house. The large windows bring in a lot of sunlight, which is great for the season.
We chose not to have a chandelier above our breakfast table, so I typically opt for statement centerpieces in this space to draw your eyes lower.
The blanket ladder and pillows at the window seat also add additional texture to the space.
Faux trees are a great way to bring nature and greenery into your home. They are visually appealing and easy to maintain. A great alternative for those without a green thumb. The greenery and the rattan tie link the vibe in this space to the rest of the house.
The bar cart is one of my favorite parts of this space because it features lots of bright white and warms tones and adds a bit of shine.
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Spring Bedroom Decor
The last stop on our home tour is the bedroom which was refreshed with some simple spring decor.
The spring refresh in the bedroom came with more warm tones and pastels to brighten up the room. I especially love the rattan decor on the wall. It brings in the same elements and vibe through the whole house.
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All photos in this post were captured by Audrie Dollins https://audriedollins.com
Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed the tour and got a few ideas that you can use in your own home!
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