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Sharing a fresh and dreamy neutral spring mantle to inspire ideas on how to transition your home from winter to spring decor. Affordable and stylish pieces to dress up your mantle for the spring season.
Have you felt the change in the weather yet? We’ve been getting brief glimpses of it and I am officially welcoming spring into my home as of today!
I loved my winter decor I got from Hobby Lobby at the first of the year that helped me shift my decor from the holidays so, of course, I went back for spring. They currently have The Spring Shop for 40% Off.
I love that Hobby Lobby has so much more than just all your crafting needs. They also have the most expansive home decor line for every decor style. Typically it is organized by a theme, color, or room (think kitchen decor pieces or bathroom organization), which makes it very easy to find and complete the look you are looking for while you are shopping.
So before you go take off to your nearest Hobby Lobby store, let me show you what I came home with and some ideas on what to look for when you are shopping.
Where to decorate first for spring.
One of the first spots I transition to spring in my home (or for any season) is my front porch and my fireplace mantle in my living room. Those are the two visually highest traffic spots in any home.
I chose to focus on my mantle since it is still so cold here in Texas to start working on my front porch. But I will probably start working on that in the next couple of weeks.
I would definitely say your entryway is also a high-priority area to decorate. A couple of great pieces can easily spruce up this space as well as your fireplace mantle to welcome the season.
What type of decor do you look for to decorate for spring?
There are a few pieces that I love to add to my spring decor for an instant refresh.
Source List: Magnolia Artwork | Small Amber Glass | Large Amber Glass | Round Wood Riser | White Knot
First and foremost I look for a statement piece whenever I am planning a space. This magnolia canvas popped right out to me when I saw it and I knew it was the perfect piece. I love the scale and the colors. The taupe and tan browns are such a beautiful compliment to my grey-blue mantle.
The next thing I like to look for is complementary pieces that create depth to the vignette.
These amber-colored vases with fluted glass are stunning. I popped in some LED battery-operated candles but you could easily use them with some faux florals for a totally different look.
These are two different sizes but to add some extra height I found this beautiful round wood riser/tray. This little piece is so easy to use just about anywhere. It would be beautiful with a candle on it or in a bathroom with a soap dispenser next to a sink.
I also found this darling little white knot. I added some butcher paper-wrapped vintage books underneath it to give it a little height.
My favorite tip for decorating for spring.
My favorite tip for decorating a space for spring is using faux florals to create a totally unique and whimsical look. You can never have enough faux florals in your attic or decor closet!
Source List: White Garden Box | Faux Berry Bush | Faux White Mini Rose Bush
I found these white planter boxes at Hobby Lobby and they were the perfect size to anchor my mantle decor on each end of my fireplace.
I used 4 berry picks and 2 white rose bunches per container. I first added the berry picks and then layered in the white roses into the center of the berries. Super simple and took me less than a minute!
You could essentially do this with any flower combo and it would change the whole look of your spring decor with these planter boxes.
Make sure to run on over to your nearest Hobby Lobby store and get your home set for spring with these favorite home decor finds and even more!
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