Simple Spring Home Tour

I always love decorating for spring! It’s when I pull out all the bright pops of color again! Thank you for being here for a simple Spring Home Tour. You’ll see how I refreshed a few things around the house and brought in some flower blooms.

Spring is when the house comes alive again with color and beautiful blooms. Come take a tour to see what I’ve done to bring in the new season.

Simple spring home tour of the kitchen with the sun streaming in the windows.

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Cottage kitchen with a dough bowl full of lemons on the island.

Spring decorating is so easy, in my opinion, especially in the kitchen. Colorful fruit is always an easy way to brighten up the room, with my favorite being lemons!

You can put them in a bowl, a cloche, or a dough bowl. No matter where you put them, they will surely liven things up!

Dough bowl filled with lemons and moss decorative balls for spring.

This spring has been more of a challenge, with the fact that we don’t go shopping very often anymore. I usually enjoy fresh lemons in my dough bowl, but I have compromised with the faux version because I didn’t have enough to fill the bowl.

So, I took some moss decorative balls from another room to help fill it up. I also added some faux eucalyptus to complete the look.

A bucket full of tulips makes any home feel like spring.

Who doesn’t love a bunch of gorgeous spring tulips in your home? This picture was taken right after I had made a trip to Trader Joe’s, just before we were ordered to stay home. It seems so long ago.

Cottage kitchen with blues and greens, perfect for spring.

For spring, I pack most of my copper away until fall. I bring out more greens and whites for springtime.

Freshen up these open shelves with greens and whites.
Simple Easter spring tablescape.

Here’s the Easter tablescape I created this year. Looks can be deceiving, there were only two of us this year for dinner.

spring tablescape with bright and colorful Pioneer Woman place-settings.

I wanted to have a bright and colorful table and found these placemats and plates at the Pioneer Woman. They were perfect for my simple Easter tablescape this year.

Up close view of the Pioneer Woman floral dishes for spring.
Living Room simple spring home tour.

Freshening up the living room starts with changing out the more neutral-colored pillows, with more brights, like yellows and turquoise.

Bright spring pillows on the living room window seat.
Fresh spring tulips

Flowers are always big around here, no matter the season.

Faux forsythia looks just as pretty as fresh.

It’s much harder to find fresh flowers early in the spring season. I have buckets of faux flowers that look great when I’m not able to get to the store to buy blooms. Here are some forsythia faux blooms.

Faux peonies for spring

These are some of the most beautiful faux peonies I’ve found.

Faux dogwood blooms.

Visit my blog post Have Fun with Faux Flowers and Greenery for more inspiration.

Lavender goes with any spring vignette.

I can’t write a blog post about spring home decor without having a picture of one of my favorite flowers, lilacs. This picture is from last year because our lilacs in the garden are just starting to bloom.

Fresh pink roses in a vintage green phlare pump.

I love mixing up the different containers I use to hold flowers.

Fresh pink roses in a farmers market container.
Fresh pink roses look beautiful in any living room for spring.
White slip covered chair with pillows perfect for spring.

I’m a little obsessed with decorative pillows! I change the colors a couple of times throughout the spring season.

White slip covered chair with pillows perfect for spring.
Faux forsythia looks like the real thing.

Faux flowers and plants are such a great option when you are first starting the spring season, and you don’t have access to fresh plants.

Faux ferns complete a spring vignette.
Bedroom simple spring home tour

I changed out my heavy blankets for lighter bedding and added flowers to the room when switching over to spring. I love freshening up my bedroom for spring.

Cottage bedroom with  flowers and chandelier create a romantic feel for spring.
A bunch of spring flowers next to the bedside

Adding flowers is a great way to bring color into your bedroom.

Faux peonies in a basket make the perfect spring look.
Fireplace mantel in the bedroom  with spring decor.

A mantel is a perfect place for me to showcase my spring home decor. My husband did a great job creating this faux mantel surround.

Fireplace mantel in the bedroom  with spring decor.
Faux spring cherry blossoms
A nightstand spring vignette

I add a few vignettes with spring blooms around the room to brighten it up.

Primroses in a terra cotta pot, bunnies and a nest make the complete vignette.

I hope you enjoyed my simple spring home tour.

If you have any questions or additional suggestions, feel free to share them in the comments below. And be sure to share this blog post link with anyone who may find these spring decor tips useful.

Until next time,

Happy Spring!

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  1. Kim,
    Your home is stunning. You bring such warmth and a beautiful feeling of home into your decorating. I’d never want to leave if this were my home. Could you please share where you purchased the, what appears to be swing arm wall lamps in your bedroom over the nightstands. I love these. Please keep sharing your home with us.

    1. Thank you Beth! I found them years ago at a local store in Gig Harbor, WA. They have held up so well, and look so real in person!

  2. SO beautiful! You’ve inspired me to give my home a good cleaning, cut some flowers, and really enjoy things at home. What a beautiful haven you’ve created!

    Thanks so much for joining the Grace at Home party. I’m featuring you this week!

    1. Thank you so much for the feature Richella! And for the kind words about my home. I can’t tell you how much that means to me. I love your Grace at Home party and am so excited to be a part of it this week!

    1. Thank you Pamela! I’m so glad you shared with us! I loved your garden marker feature! I really want to try that!

  3. Kim, I thoroughly enjoyed the home tour. As soon as I finish this message I’m going to get my faux lemons out of the drawer and onto a surface. Great reminder. Love the switch from fall/winter bedding, pillows & decor and do the same myself. The green and white dishes look wonderful. Your beach cottage and garden are so aspirational, particularly now when shopping is verboten. Thank you as always for sharing. I love everything about your home, both inside and out.

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words Barbara! I can’t tell you how much I appreciate it! I’m glad I reminded you to get your lemons out and put them on display! Thank you for being here.

  4. Good Morning Kim!
    I just want to tell you that I am so in love with your home! What a beautiful, inspiring and refreshing blog post! So wonderful to look at the photos! Your kitchen and dining area, in fact all of your home, have those lovely vintage touches that I am so fond of. They add warmth and a coziness. The colors are so lovely. I really enjoy all the natural textures and the plants, whether real or faux. You are so talented and creative, Kim. In every corner, in every room, one gets the sense of the thought and care you have put into what goes there. I am saving the email for this blog post as inspiration for my own home. Your style very much reflects my own. Thank you!

    1. Thank you so much Laura for the sweetest comment! I really can’t tell you how much I appreciate the kind words you have shared with me today. I always love it when someone is inspired by what I have done to my home and gardens. I am so happy you visited my blog!

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