There’s no ifs, ands, or buts about it: The best way to welcome a new season is with seasonally-appropriate decorations. Now that your house is clean, tidy, and clutter-free (thanks, spring cleaning!), it’s officially time to give your space a seasonal makeover. Browse through these spring decor ideas to get inspiration for any room in need of a serious upgrade, including your living room, kitchen, and bedroom.
Most of these easy-to-replicate ideas incorporate fresh paint colors, pastel accents, and straight-from-your-garden florals to dress any space in its Easter best. Since you may not be in the market for a complete overhaul, we’ve included several ideas that’ll give your house a quick, budget-friendly refresh using items that you already have and love.
No matter what style best describes your home — contemporary, farmhouse-inspired, timeless, or ultra-glam — you’ll find a decor idea that best suits your interior for springtime and beyond.
Lighten up your space with bold yellow light fixtures and add decorative accents in a similar hue (think: lemons and yellow tulips) to match.
Coral Bedroom Accents
For an easy, spring-ready fix, mix textured throws with patterned pillows for added depth and color.
Head to the antique store (or your grandma’s attic) to find candy-colored stem glasses to put on display. Arrange them by color, height, or any other way that pleases the eye.
Peel-and-stick wallpaper is a simple way to turn a blank wall into an Instagram-worthy accent piece. Consider it a chic upgrade to grandma’s flower-covered walls.
Pastel Hues Galore
Replace dark, winter-appropriate accessories with Easter-ready pastels. While robin’s egg blue, soft pink, and lemon yellow may scream spring, they’re also appropriate for the warm-weather months (read: summer).
If you’re afraid that colored cabinets will overwhelm your small kitchen space, paint just the lower cabinets a bold color and keep the rest neutral.
DIY Rope Mirror
Mirrors have a way of opening up a space, making it look — and feel — larger than it really is. DIY this Anthropologie-inspired mirror and leave it up year-round.
A floral centerpiece is stunning on its own, but it really shines when placed on top of a garden-inspired tablecloth.
Update any blank wall by hanging shelves of a similar color and decorating with faux plants in color-coordinated planters.
Sunny Dining Room Chairs
While velvet is typically reserved for winter, these mustard yellow chairs prove otherwise. Even if you prefer to keep things simple, let the chair cushions add a pop of color to your dining room.