Spring Refresh: Fresh & Simple Spring Decor

Looking for a spring refresh? These simple spring decor ideas will banish the winter blues and have your home feeling fresh and bright for the season.

 spring decor in the kitchen lilacs in white ironstone pitcher in white french farmhouse kitchen

Is there any season better than spring?

I don’t know about you, but with the exception of Christmas, there isn’t a season I’m more excited about decorating for! Maybe it’s that we’re all huddled inside all winter, or that the sky has been dark and gloomy for months, but spring makes me want to throw open every window and let in the light!

Nature does a spring refresh every year, and I like my home to feel that way as well. I prefer a subtle nod to the season, with simple spring decor sprinkled in every room. Even if it’s just swapping out pillows or adding flowers to the table, it’s amazing how small changes make the rooms feel completely different!


gorgeous white french farmhouse kitchen with plants flowers spring decorating ideas

Plants and flowers are where I always start. Nothing brings spring into a space more than they do!

And the kitchen is usually the first place I decorate. It’s the room I spend the most time in, so it’s nice to bring some seasonal touches to the space.


branches in vase and white plant in pot gorgeous spring kitchen decor

Branches in a large vase always makes a statement, and these are faux! They’re probably the best faux I’ve ever owned, and I love that they will last all season.

I filled my new French style planter with a white flowering Kalanchoe plant which is a favorite, too. They’re easy to care for and last for months and months.


lilacs on farmhouse table in french farmhouse country kitchen

This year I was lucky enough to find lilacs at my local Trader Joe’s. They’re so pretty and the scent is positively intoxicating! The hyacinth are another favorite and one I don’t find every year. I love the mix of the two together on the table.


gorgeous spring lilacs in white ironstone pitcher in kitchen


spring decorating plants and flowers in kitchen

This little planter full of Muscari bulbs is so cute – I couldn’t resist! 


simple spring decor in family room blue pillows plants and flowers

And in the family room, blue is the name of the game!


gorgeous spring decorating in french farmhouse family room


gorgeous blue pillows fresh and simple spring decor

Nothing says spring and summer to me more than the color blue! To create a fresh and springy palette, I added some blue floral pillows to the sofa. I love incorporating blue and green together – the colors of nature!


white roses and plant with blue pillows spring decorating ideas

More fresh flowers – this time white garden roses – and a plant on the coffee table. 


white bowl and white roses on coffee table spring decorating ideas

And some antique white limestone balls placed in a rustic bowl lighten up the coffee table vignette. This bowl is one of my favorite recent purchases – it manages to look both rustic and refined at the same time!


pretty french farmhouse kitchen with lilacs and plants simple spring decor

gorgeous purple lilacs in white ironstone pitchers

If you’ve been putting off decorating for spring, it’s not too late to start! 

Creating simple spring decor is as easy as adding plants and flowers, switching out pillows, and lightening up your palette. You can even shop your own home or garden and swap some accessories that feel more seasonal!

If you’re looking for some of the items I shared above, I’ve linked them below – along with more gorgeous spring decor options!


Shop Simple Spring Decor

*affiliate links included*


Happy Spring!



Spring Refresh: Fresh & Simple Spring Decor graphic on Maison de Cinq


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  1. Would you mind sharing where you purchased your linen frayed edges table runner? I love it, but have not been able to find one like it. You have been a great inspiration for me!

  2. Would you please share where you purchased the linen table runner with frayed edges that is on your table? Iā€™m struggling to find a similar one, I just love it!

  3. All the images are beautiful! Your house is so lovely. I’ve worked for TJ’s for 10 years and have never seen lilacs come through. Interesting!

    1. Wow really? Our TJs usually has them every year – but only for a few days. It’s a very short window, haha!

      Thanks for stopping by and for your kind words Sharon!


  4. Judith Biscolli says:

    Where did you find the coffee table you have in your living/family room?

    1. Hi Judith! It was from Wisteria before they went out of business. Because it’s not around anymore I’ve linked a couple of similar options in the post – you can find them under “Shop the Post” at the bottom. You can also shop my family room here: https://maisondecinq.com/shop-my-home/family-room/

      I’ve got a couple similar ones there! Hope that helps!


  5. I love the branches in the large vase. I wouldn’t have thought to do that, but it looks great, as does your entire home. I wanted to tell you about a simple idea that I read about in Country Living magazine that I think you’d like. To make terra cotta pots look instantly old, paint them with plain yogurt. I tried this, and my pots look great!