Spring is such a fun season to decorate for. I love that with just some simple touches, it’s so easy to create a pretty space. This week I’m sharing some easy ideas for creating spring in the living room. I added some florals, fresh plants, and a few seasonal changes to both the living and dining rooms, and they are definitely feeling ready for spring!
So ironically, as I write this it is pouring rain today! Well, it may be raining outside, but it is full-on spring in here! Today I’m sharing some easy spring decorating ideas in the living room, and I’m joining over 20 friends who are also sharing some spring mantel and vignette ideas.
I know some of you are still in the midst of full-on winter. But I also know that around this time every year I start thinking about spring, so I imagine it’s the same for a lot of you!
Spring decor, spring blooms, garden planning, and sunshine are starting to bubble up in my imagination. And though it’s too early to do much garden planning yet (mine is a bare mess right now!), it’s not too early for some simple spring styling with a few flowers and some vignettes in the kitchen!
When I shared my post last week about cozying up around the fire during the winter, I got a few people emailing me and asking about some of the details in the living room! So since you all were interested in my winter living room, I thought I’d talk winter decor ideas and what I do to banish the winter blues (decor-wise that is!)
Hello friends! Today I’m sharing a very special post with you all, and one of my favorites of the year. I’m joining some blogging friends for the annual Christmas Nights Tour hosted by Rachel of Maison de Pax. This is such a special tour because it’s the only one I know of where we’re sharing our Christmas lights at night. And for me, nighttime at this time of year takes on a special kind of magic.
Funny enough, I was going to share my Christmas dining room with you when I shared the Christmas living room last week, but it just seemed like an overwhelming amount of photos! I never want you to feel bored or like the post is too long – so much better to have you wanting more! So, rather than only have a few photos of each room, I thought it better to split it into two posts (which is what I did last year 😉 ).