Spring Decorating with Balsam Hill

In today’s post you’ll find a beautiful mantel display in shades of lavender, featuring spring decorating ideas with Balsam Hill.

Happy weekend friends! And what a happy weekend it is. Today it is in the 80s – woot, woot!! I can’t even tell you how excited I am to have some truly warm weather! And how appropriate that I would be sharing some more spring decorating with you today.

This week some gorgeous wreaths arrived from Balsam Hill, which was perfect timing. Although I had already sprinkled some spring decor (and even a little Easter decor) around the house, however, I really wanted to create a special vignette on the mantel for the season. 



And the wreath they sent is so gorgeous – perfect for the living room and the color palette I wanted to create!


spring decorating french country living room fireplace mantel decor wreath

spring decorating gorgeous lavender wreath with white flowers and greenery on mirror

Isn’t this gorgeous?! It’s called the French Market Floral Wreath. I love that it mixes wild flowers with thistle and lavender. Again, a bit of a “French” influence (no surprise there, right?)

And it looks incredibly real!


spring decorating living room fireplace mantel spring decor wreath white flowers urns

And I’m loving how it looks on the mirror over my fireplace mantel.


spring decorating with white flowers and wreath on french country mirror

spring decorating gorgeous lavender sprigs, urns and wreath decorating french country style mantel

I also added some faux lavender from my Provencal Lavender Garland – it’s so pretty and looks so realistic!


spring decorating white flowers in pot, lavender wreath and urns on mantel

A cache pot of chamomile brings more French farmhouse charm to the mantelscape.


A little more spring was also added to the kitchen, featuring this Brittany Rose arrangement. I love the roses, and of course, the adorable container it comes in!


spring decorating roses and greens in bucket in white french country kitchen


I hope this spring decorating with Balsam Hill has given you some inspiration for your own seasonal decor. Sprinkling just a bit of seasonal decor around the house really makes a difference. It’s amazing what a few wreaths and florals can do to change the whole ambience – they make it feel like spring is here!


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Happy Spring!



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  1. Beautiful Sheila! I love the lavender too, AND those wonderful black doors! You’ve got me thinking of my own mantel and entry now – thanks as always for the inspiration! 💗

    1. Aww you’re so sweet Barbara! Thanks so much and happy spring to you!


  2. Amy Chalmers says:

    Very very pretty!~I love all the great fauxs from Balsam Hill.

    1. Aww thanks so much Amy! So sweet of you to drop by – I so appreciate it:)

      And yes, their fauxs are the best for sure!!


  3. Your porch looks wonderful. This girl can never have too much Lavender. This wreath is my favorite from Balsm Hill.

    Finally planted Violas in NJ. Beginning of spring for us.


    1. Thank you so much Cindy – I feel the same! Lavender is so wonderful in the spring and one of my favorites for sure!

      Thanks so much for stopping by! happy spring!


  4. HELLO, Spring!
    Beautifully arranged wreath and versitel enough for almost any room.
    Love it, and thank you for styling ideas.

    1. Thanks so much Darlene! I’m so glad you found some spring inspiration here!

      Thanks for stopping by~


  5. Love the wreaths! Lavender color speaks to my heart too this year. It’s so beautiful and true breath of fresh air to any space. It makes your porch and living room look absolutely stunning. And that flower arrangement and container are wonderful, love the pop of color they bring to the room.

  6. Maree Sperle says:

    Absolutely stunning wreaths! I have a question about the eggs you have on display. Are these wooden? Where did you get them from?

    Many thanks,

    1. Hi and thank you Maree! The eggs on the coffee table (I think that’s what you’re referring to) are marble and alabaster! I’ve linked several sources in the post (under “Shop the Post”). Hope that helps!

      Thanks for stopping by!