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A Bright and Cheery Simple Spring Porch

Welcome to my Bright and Cheery Simple Spring Porch!  I hope you find some inspiration to decorate your front porch or entryway for spring.

Today I’ve joined a group of blogger friends, and we are sharing our spring porches with you!  Thank you to Krista of Happy Housie for organizing this Seasonal Simplicity series.  Make sure to check out all of the pretty porches in the links at the bottom of this post!  xo

In case you missed my other posts in this Seasonal Simplicity series, hop on over to see my Simple Spring Vignette with Cacti, my Spring Living Room, my  Simple Succulent Wreath for Spring, as well as a quick DIY on How To Grow Plants from Cuttings.

Bright and Cheery Simple Spring Porch

This year my spring porch is all about colour. Bright, cheery, happy spring colours.  After a long winter, this is actually so necessary!  And dare I say, that spring has finally arrived?  Well, at least for today it has…we all know that we’re going to get at least one more blast of winter before it’s completely done with us.  But for now, it’s spring…especially on my porch!  So I say, Hello Spring!

Bright and Cheery Simple Spring Porch

I really enjoyed decorating my porch for spring this year.  After we painted my door at Christmas, I just knew that I was going to have some fun decorating with it all year round.  The green is especially cheery for spring.

Bright and Cheery Simple Spring Porch

With the green door as the starting point, I began gathering colourful accents to go on my spring porch.

Bright and Cheery Simple Spring Porch

I didn’t buy many new things for this space, but when I saw this fun and colourful mat at Michaels, I just knew that I had to have it against my green door.

Bright and Cheery Simple Spring Porch

Bright and Cheery Simple Spring Porch

Then I ‘shopped’ around my home for more accent pieces.  As you may already know about me, I like to start by collecting things at home to decorate with.  I think sometimes we forget how many pieces we already have that we can use to decorate.  It’s nice to buy a few new items to complement everything, but if I can use what I already have, I love that.  It’s a great way to breathe new life into decorations.

Bright and Cheery Simple Spring Porch

Then I created a little vignette on my porch…I really love vignettes out here.  They’re a great way to display a collection of items to make a porch a nice space to visit or even hang out.  I used a barnwood bench as the base for this vignette, then I layered together some birdhouses and nests with my farmhouse window and added a pretty green stained glass art piece that I bought years ago.  These are all things I already had and they all match perfectly!

Bright and Cheery Simple Spring Porch

I love this little springy collection.

Bright and Cheery Simple Spring Porch

Now the only thing that was missing was a wreath for the door.  You all know of my love of wreaths…it’s just not a welcome without a wreath to greet you!  So I made this spring forsythia wreath that I think is absolutely perfect against the green.

Bright and Cheery Simple Spring Porch

I love the way the green makes everything that’s put against it pop…especially yellow.

Bright and Cheery Simple Spring Porch

Is there any more cheery spring colour combination than green and yellow?  I don’t think so.

Bright and Cheery Simple Spring Porch

I’m really happy with the way this space turned out…it feels so fresh and cheery out here now and that’s exactly what I was hoping for!  Thank you for stopping by to see my spring porch.  I hope you leave inspired to decorate your entryway!

Bright and Cheery Simple Spring Porch

More Spring Porches to check out:

Make sure to check out all of these pretty spring porches…I hope you’ll leave inspired to decorate your home.  Happy spring!

The Happy Housie // Lolly Jane // Blesser House // Modern Glam

A Pretty Life // Southern State of Mind // Taryn Whiteaker Designs // Zevy Joy

My Sweet Savannah // Life is a Party // Amber Tysl // Hallstrom Home

Have an inspired day!

A Pretty Easter Table Setting

Create a Pretty Easter Table Setting in just minutes with a few simple decor pieces.  And make a fresh carnation arrangement the star of your table!

I really enjoy Easter.  I love the promise of spring that it brings, I love the soft colours, the Easter eggs, the chocolate!, the food, and the gathering of friends and family around the table to celebrate.  It’s a lovely time of year.

A Pretty Easter Table Setting

I especially enjoy the big meals that come with Easter weekend!  From delicious brunches to Easter dinner, complete with ham, scalloped potatoes and all of the Easter desserts.  Next to Christmas, this is my favourite time of year for food!

A Pretty Easter Table Setting

These big meals also mean that I’m setting the table quite a few times.  And I don’t want to set just any table, I want to create a pretty celebration table setting.  One with fresh flowers, the special dishes and pretty linens.

A Pretty Easter Table Setting

But I also don’t want to make it complicated. I need to be able to put my table setting together in 15 minutes or less, because when I’m pulling the ham out of the oven and putting together all the last minutes side dishes, I do not have time to fuss with the table!  So I try to have an idea of how I’m going to decorate ahead of time…I will make the flower arrangement the day before and even fold the napkins.  It’s the little details.

How I put this Pretty Easter Table Setting together:

When I put together this Easter table, I really tried to keep it simple.  I have a set of white dishes that I use for all of my special dinners, which I layered on top of a new table runner and some pretty teal woven placemats that I found at Winners.  Then I added the cutest Bunny Napkins EVERRRRR!  You can see how I made those in another post here.  Hint…they’re SO easy and everyone will love them.

How to make a Bunny Napkin fold

But my favourite part of this table setting is the pink carnation and Easter egg arrangement that I made for the centrepiece!  Sometimes, the only decoration a table needs is a bouquet of flowers.

Years ago I pinned a white and yellow carnation arrangement from BHG, and I’ve been wanting to make it ever since.  This was the year.  I made mine pink and white to complement the teal accents I had for the table.  But quite honestly, the real reason I chose pink is because the pink carnations are what was available to me at the time.  That’s the best thing about this arrangement though, you can use any colour that you like!  Yellow is gorgeous, pink is pretty, white is lovely…the possibilities are endless!

Then I finished off the arrangement with some Easter eggs.  I chose not to decorate them with any dye because I thought the white was perfect.  But you could have some fun with the eggs…dye them any colour that matches your table setting, or use this arrangement to display the pretty eggs your kids decorated.  You just have to keep in mind that the dye will probably run because of the water in the dish for the flowers.  Arrangement Tip! If you want to display decorated eggs, lay them on the top layer of the arrangement like in the picture below, that way they won’t get wet.

How to Make a Simple and Pretty Carnation Flower Arrangement

This is such a simple arrangement for any time of year.  Just switch up the colours of the carnations to match the occasion!

To make this Easter arrangement you will need:

  • a shallow dish with sides (the one I used is a cake plate that is about 3/4 inch deep)
  • 2 bunches of carnations (mini or regular)
  • boiled Easter eggs (you can colour them, or leave them white)
  • water

Putting your Easter carnation arrangement together:

  • fill your dish about 1/2 full with water
  • place about 3 – 5 eggs in the centre of the dish
  • cut the stems of the carnations off just below the green receptacle and above the peduncle, as shown below (image from The Creation Wiki).  You want to keep the green nub in tact, as it is this piece that will be in the water in the dish.
  • place the carnations into the dish, around the eggs, keeping the flowers tight together
  • fill the dish until no spaces are open
  • water as needed

And here it is!  A gorgeous arrangement that is SO EASY to make!

A gorgeous egg and fresh pink carnation centerpiece arrangement.

I absolutely LOVE how it turned out.  It’s such a gorgeous centrepiece…and it smells amazing.  Carnations have the most soft and lovely sweet smell.  Don’t you think that carnations are such underrated flowers?!  I mean, just look at their soft petals.

A gorgeous egg and fresh pink carnation centerpiece arrangement.

With this arrangement at the centre of your Easter table, you don’t really need anything else.  I love the simplicity of it, yet it’s a showstopper.

Love this pretty pink flower arrangement for an Easter table setting!

Easter Table Decor Details

So that’s my Easter table setting.  A simple and sweet setting that can come together really quickly, especially if you make the arrangement and fold the napkins ahead of time.  I thought I’d also share the details of my table, in case you were interested in them for your own setting:

  • Placemats are Cynthia Rowley placemats that I bought at Winners/HomeSense
  • Teal shallow cake dish that I used for the flower arrangement is from Winners/HomeSense
  • White dishes are from Winners/HomeSense
  • White table runner is from Winners/HomeSense
  • White linen napkins are from Chapters/Indigo

Pretty Easter table setting!

More Easter Table Setting Ideas

Here are a few more ideas that I have shared over the years for an Easter table setting:

Have an inspired day!

How to Make a Bunny Napkin (Bunny Napkin Fold)

A simple and quick video tutorial on How to Make a Bunny Napkin (Bunny Napkin Fold).  So cute for an Easter table setting!

I really love Easter.  Everything about it feels fresh and hopeful.  It’s the time of year when the sun seems to shine brighter, the birds are singing and the air smells like rain.  This is such a welcome relief after our long winter.  All of this sunshine has inspired me to start planning for Easter with some decorating, menu planning and table setting ideas for our scrumptious Easter feasts!

How to Make a Bunny Napkin (Bunny Napkin Fold)

This year for Easter we are hosting a small group at our home, so I’ve been busy thinking about my Easter menu, and ways to set our table.  I really enjoy setting a table for special occasions…it’s such a lovely way celebrate a special day with friends and family.

How to Make a Bunny Napkin (Bunny Napkin Fold)

The most important thing for me when setting a special table, aside from it looking nice, is that it must be simple and quick to assemble.  Because when dinner time rolls around and you’re busy making a big dinner come together, there’s just not a lot of time to set an elaborate table.  That’s also why I like to have a table setting plan in mind before the dinner or brunch, so that I can quickly put it together.

How to Make a Bunny Napkin (Bunny Napkin Fold)

For this years Easter table I really kept it simple…I’ll show you the full table setting later this week, so make sure to come back then!  For now, I wanted to share a really simple, and really cute napkin folding idea that I think is perfect for an Easter table setting!

How to Make a Bunny Napkin (Bunny Napkin Fold)

I’m always looking for fun and simple ideas to decorate, so when I saw a picture of some bunny ear napkins, I just knew they’d be perfect for my Easter table.  They’re adorable.  But best of all, they’re SO EASY to make.  With just simple supplies and 30 seconds, you can make these!

How to Make a Bunny Napkin (Bunny Napkin Fold)

What you need to make a Bunny Napkin:

  • square napkins
  • an egg for each napkin
    • make sure to use boiled eggs!  You can even use the eggs your kids decorated!
    • plastic eggs would work great too
  • ribbon for tying

How to Make a Bunny Napkin (Bunny Napkin Fold)

I’m showing you how to create this easy Bunny Napkin Fold in a quick video tutorial below.  I hope you enjoy it and create some for your own Easter table setting!

How to Make a Bunny Napkin (Bunny Napkin Fold)

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More Easter Table Setting Ideas:

Have an inspired day!

Simple Succulent Wreath for Spring

Make this Simple Succulent Wreath for Spring for less than $20 and with just a few simple supplies!

Today I’ve joined a talented group of bloggers, and we are sharing 28 pretty spring wreaths with you!  Thank you to Krista of Happy Housie for organizing.  Make sure to check out all the wreath tutorials in the links at the bottom of this post!  xo

I seem to have a theme going on this early spring.  I’m all about plants…plants, succulents and cacti everywhere!  And this Simple Succulent Wreath is just an extension of that.  In case you missed my previous spring decorating posts, hop on over to see my Simple Spring Vignette with Cacti, and my Spring Living Room.  I also shared a quick DIY on How To Grow Plants from Cuttings.  All this talk about plants must mean that I’m craving spring big time!

Simple Succulent Wreath for Spring

So naturally, when I decided to make a spring wreath, it had to have a plant theme. And when I found these pretty succulents in cheery colours at Michaels, I knew that they would be just perfect for my spring wreath.  This wreath is a lot like the wreath I made in the fall…I loved the simplicity of that wreath so much, I wanted something similar for spring.

Simple Succulent Wreath for Spring

This wreath is so simple to make. Honestly, it took me less than 15 minutes to create it, but that’s exactly what I wanted.  I wanted a wreath to hang in my living room that would quietly complement the rest of my decor.  I already have quite a bit going on in my Spring Living Room, so I didn’t want anything to compete with all the colours and patterns I added.  Instead, I wanted something to just blend in nicely.  So I came up with this simple succulent wreath.

Simple Succulent Wreath for Spring-2

How to Make a Simple Succulent Wreath for Spring

This wreath took about 15 minutes to make, and cost less than $20!

  • The succulents and wooden wreath base are from Michaels
  • First I secured the succulents to the wreath base with some floral wire.
  • Then I used a hot glue gun to really secure the succulents to the base.
  • And to finish it off, I added a pretty ribbon for hanging.
  • That’s it!  So simple.

Simple Succulent Wreath for Spring

I really love how it turned out.  I love the colours, the simple lines…so pretty.

Simple Succulent Wreath for Spring

Simple Succulent Wreath for Spring

Once my wreath was completed, I hung it on an old wooden window frame, and put it up on my mantel.

Simple Succulent Wreath for Spring

So pretty.

Simple Succulent Wreath for Spring

I love how it blends in nicely with all of my spring living room decor.  It complements all the colours and patterns of my pillows and throws.

Spring in the Living Room

Such a simple wreath to welcome spring!  It doesn’t have to be complicated to be beautiful.

More Spring Wreaths to Make:

Make sure to take a tour to check out all these pretty spring wreaths!  I hope you’ll be inspired to make a spring wreath for your own space.  Happy Spring!

Succulent & Peony Simple DIY Spring Wreath at The Happy Housie
Dollar Store Spring Wreath at Craftberry Bush
Lambs Ear & Blush Spring Wreath at Bless’er House
Elegant Peony & Eucalyptus Spring Wreath at Inspiration for Moms

Spring Fern & Eucalyptus Wreath at Zevy Joy
Boxwood and Bicycle Spring Wreath at The Turquoise Home
DIY Modern Floral Wreath at Lolly Jane
Oversized Spring Succulent Wreath at My Sweet Savannah

Five Minute Eucalyptus Wreath at Amber Tysl
Earthy & Elegant Spring Wreath at Willow Street Interiors
Mini Rosemary Wreaths for a Spring Table at Satori Design for Living
Spring Hydrangea Wreath at Confessions of a Serial DIYer

Branch and Vine Spring Wreath at Town and Country Living
Spring Hoop Wreath with Lemons at Modern Glam Home
Spring Wreath Ideas at Hallstrom Home
Spring Woodland Wreath at Deeply Southern Home

Dollar Store Easter Egg Wreath at The DIY Mommy
Spring Moss Covered Wreath at Tauni Everett
Easy 15 Minute Marshmallow Peeps Wreath at Heathered Nest
Pastel Colours M&M Wreath at Paint Me Pink

How to Make a Paper Flower Wreath at Happy Happy Nester
Spring Floral Hoop Wreath at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Hanging State Sign at Taryn Whiteaker Designs
Book Page Butterfly Wreath at Life is a Party

Spring Basket Wreath at Clean & Scentsible
Simple Succulent Wreath at A Pretty Life
DIY Paper Flower Wreath at My 100 Year Old Home
Spring Plaid Carrot Layered Wreath at Tatertots and Jello

Have an inspired day!

How to Propagate Spider Plants

If you’re looking to increase your houseplant collection, this is the easiest way to do it!  I’m going to show you How To Propagate Spider Plants!

Spider plants are seeing a resurgence in popularity and I’m loving it. I grew up a kid in the 70’s and 80’s when spider plants were all the rage.  My mom grew them and hung them from macrame plant hangers she made…oh man, if only I’d had the foresight to keep those treasures…who knew how popular macrame would become again!

How To Propagate Spider Plants

While I don’t think I’m going to be hanging plants from my ceilings any time soon, I am loving having green life in my home again.  Plants make a home feel alive…and after the loooooongest winter ever, this is a really really good feeling.

How To Propagate Spider Plants

What I’m really enjoying right now is rooting and growing new plants from shoots. I love being able to increase my plant collection with plants that I already have at home…or with little shoots that I snip off from my family and friends plants…watch out if I come over with a pair of scissors 😉

How To Propagate Spider Plants

It’s just SO EASY to grow new plants and not have to do it from seed.  A while back I shared how simple it is to root plant cuttings in water, and today I’m sharing the most simple method ever, for growing spider plant babies.

How to Propagate Spider Plants:

  • There are 3 ways to propagate spider plants:

    1. You can cut the spider babies (spiderettes) off the mother plant and root them in water.  Refer to my blog post here for instructions on how to do that.
    2. Propagating spider plants in soil is the easiest and most tolerated method for little plants.  You can leave the spider babies attached to the mother plant, and simply place the babies in soil.
    3. Or you can snip off the spider babies and place them in new pots of soil, like I have done here.

Propagating Spider Plants in Soil:

Snip off the spiderette from the mother plant.  I snip the stem off as close to the spiderette as possible.  Then, if you look closely at the bottom of the spiderette you will see little knobs or roots.  Simply place the spiderette onto a pot of soil, and gently press it in so that the little roots are covered by soil.  That’s it.  You’ve propagated a spider plant!  Now all you have to do is wait and watch a new spider plant grow.

Tips for Growing New Spider Plants:

  • Use a cloche to house your new plant as it roots and grows…it acts like a mini greenhouse, offering moisture and protection for the little spiderettes.
  • You should start to see good roots in 7-10 days.
  • Keep the soil moist but not wet.

How To Propagate Spider Plants!

This particular planting that I created is actually 2 spider babies, and they’re about 1 week old and have doubled in size already!  I’ll come back here in a few months time and update this post again with a new picture of my growing spider plant, so you can see how it’s grown over time!

How To Propagate Spider Plants!

More Plant and Gardening Tips:

Happy growing!

12+ Delicious Pie Recipes

Craving pie?  I’ve got you covered with these 12+ Delicious Pie Recipes.

If you love pie then you’re in for a treat today!  I’m sharing so many delicious sweet and savory pie recipes.  Everything from classics like pumpkin, blueberry, apple and pecan pie, to galettes, to chicken pot pie, mincemeat pie and more!

SWEET PIE RECIPES

Summer Peach Pie

This Summer Peach Pie is a perfect dessert!  The crust is tender and flaky, and the filling sweet and full of delicious peach flavour.

Summer Peach Pie

Classic Blueberry Pie

This Blueberry Pie is the perfect summer dessert…or really any time of year dessert!  It’s delicious served slightly warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Classic Blueberry Pie

Apple Crumble Pie

The cinnamon oat crumble topping on this Apple Crumble Pie is a delicious twist to classic apple pie!

Apple Crumble Pie

Chocolate Pecan Pie Tarts

These Chocolate Pecan Pie Tarts are a delicious take on classic pecan pie.  With a flaky pie crust, and chocolate and pecans in every bite.  YUM.

Chocolate Pecan Pie Tarts

Pumpkin Pie

A Classic Pumpkin Pie recipe.  Creamy, rich and full of delicious pumpkin & pumpkin spice flavours. Serve with whipped cream.

Classic Pumpkin Pie

Pecan Pie

A rich and delicious Pecan Pie recipe.  Loaded with pecans and creamy caramel filling.  Excellent served with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.  A holiday showstopper pie.

Pecan Pie

Raspberry Galette

This Raspberry Galette is a simple and delicious dessert idea!  Use a pre-made puff pastry crust to save time. So good.

Raspberry Galette

The Best Apple Pie

This really is The Best Apple Pie.  The crust is tender and flaky, and the filling perfectly apple-y!

The Best Apple Pie

Rustic Free-Form Strawberry Pie (Galette)

This Rustic Free-Form Strawberry Pie is the easiest dessert to prepare!  Made with a pre-made puff pastry crust and a simple fresh strawberry filling.

Strawberry Galette

Strawberry, Rhubarb and Apple Galette

This Strawberry, Rhubarb and Apple Galette is an easy and delicious dessert recipe can be on your table in under one hour.  All you need is a pre-made frozen puff pastry crust and some seasonal fruit.

Strawberry Rhubarb and Apple Galette

Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

This Strawberry Rhubarb Pie is tangy and sweet and oh so good!  Classic and delicious.

Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

Saskatoon Berry Pie

This Saskatoon Berry Pie tastes like summer!  Serve it warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Saskatoon Berry Pie

Saskatoon Berry Galette

This Saskatoon Berry Galette is a delicious dessert idea that uses a really great baking shortcut!  A great way to use up these delicious summer berries.

Saskatoon Berry Galette

Saskatoon Berry Butter Tarts

These Saskatoon Berry Butter Tarts are a delicious twist on the classic Canadian treat, butter tarts.

Saskatoon Berry Butter Tarts

Valentine’s Day Cherry Pie

Make this sweet Cherry Pie for Valentine’s Day, or for your love any time of year! The easy to create crust is made with mini heart cookie cutters. But the secret to this pie is store bought cherry pie filling.  Shhhh, don’t tell anyone.

Valentine's Day Cherry Pie

Rhubarb Galette (Rustic Rhubarb Pie)

This Rhubarb Galette is tangy and sweet and oh so good!  Classic and delicious.  A great way to use up the bounty of spring rhubarb.

Rhubarb Galette

Peach Apricot Pie

Peaches and apricots are a perfect pair in this Peach Apricot Pie.  So delicious.

Peach Apricot Pie

Mincemeat Pie

This Mincemeat Pie is the perfect Christmas dessert!  Serve it up warm with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream…delicious!

Mincemeat Pie

SAVORY PIE RECIPES

Chicken Pot Pie

This Chicken Pot Pie is the stuff comfort is made of.  Warm, hearty, healthy and deeeeelicious!

Classic Chicken Pot Pie

Turkey Pot Pie

This Turkey Pot Pie is a delicious way to use up your turkey leftovers.  Don’t be intimidated by the top crust, it’s easy to make.  Or you can just use a standard pie crust too.  Either way, this dish is dee-lish!

Turkey Pot Pie

Have a delicious day!

Spring in the Living Room: Simple Decorating

Decorate for Spring in the Living Room!  Simple ways to add some seasonal spring cheer to your home.

Hello friends!  This week I’ve joined 37 blogger friends as we come together to share our homes all decorated for spring!  These tours are part of the Seasonal Simplicity Spring Series hosted by Krista of The Happy Housie.  In case you missed my first two posts in this spring series, you can read find them here –> How to Grow Plants from Cuttings, and my Simple Spring Vignette.  Be sure to visit all the spring home tours in the links at the bottom of this post.

If you’re coming over from Jennifer’s home at Town and Country Living, welcome!  Today, as part of this tour, I’m sharing my living room all decorated for spring…or early spring…or wishing it was spring.  At any rate, it’s spring inside!

Spring in the Living Room: Simple Decorating

I decided to decorate my home for spring in stages this year.  This is my early spring decorating with colours that are a little more rich than you might think of for spring. I was really drawn to these dark, yet vibrant colours, because the truth of the matter is, we still have about 2 feet of snow outside.  And I just wasn’t in the mood to pull out all the bright pastel colours.

Spring in the Living Room: Simple Decorating

Spring in the Living Room: Simple Decorating

I also wanted spring decor that could easily transition from winter to spring…so still bright and cheery, but not full on spring, know what I mean?  I think I’ll really spring things up when I bring out my Easter decorations, but that won’t be for a couple more weeks.

Spring in the Living Room: Simple Decorating

The inspiration for my spring living room came from these vibrant floral pillows that I found at Chapters.  I was drawn to the bright pattern and velvet fabric…I just knew they would look perfect on our velvet couches.

Spring in the Living Room: Simple Decorating

And because I can’t stop at two pillows, I added more.  I found the 2 green floral pillows and 2 velvet rose coloured pillows at H&M, in their home section.  Who knew H&M had a home section?!  They had so many beautiful pieces that were very reasonably priced.  It took everything in me not to buy all. the. pillows.

Spring in the Living Room: Simple Decorating

Gorgeous.  I love pairing patterns with patterns and more patterns.  I think as long as the colours compliment each other, it works.

Spring in the Living Room: Simple Decorating

I also added a couple new throws to compliment everything…but also because every couch needs throw blankets!

Spring in the Living Room: Simple Decorating

Spring in the Living Room: Simple Decorating

Spring in the Living Room: Simple Decorating

Then I finished off my decorating with some plant life.  It’s been years since I had live plants in my home.  Can you believe that?!  Years. That’s actually ridiculous. I used to have a house full of plants, but then I had babies, then toddlers and puppies, and I got rid of them all…not the kids or puppy, the plants!  😉  But now my babies are all grown up enough to leave them alone so I’ve slowly started to bring in some plants, and I love it!  Nothing fancy yet, just a few air plants, succulents and cacti.  I even decorated an entire spring vignette with cacti!

Spring in the Living Room: Simple Decorating

Spring in the Living Room: Simple Decorating

Now there’s nothing left to do but sit back on my cozy pillow laden couches and sip tea until actual spring arrives.  I can’t wait.

Spring in the Living Room: Simple Decorating

Spring in the Living Room: Simple Decorating

Thank you so much for touring my living room!  I hope you feel inspired to add some touches of spring to your own living space.

Spring in the Living Room: Simple Decorating

More Spring Home Tours:

Next up on this Seasonal Simplicity Spring Home Tour is Rhonda of Hallstrom Home, so make sure to check out her beautiful spring space!  Then hop on over to all of the other pretty spring homes, in the links below.  It’s so fun to see so many different and beautiful styles.

Jenna Kate at Home // Sincerely, Marie Designs // Town and Country Living
A Pretty Life // Hallstrom Home

House by Hoff // Tauni Everett // The DIY Mommy // Clean & Scentsible // Rambling Renovators


The Happy Housie // The Turquoise Home
Amber Tysl // Inspiration for Moms // Lemon Thistle

Southern State of Mind // Modern Glam
Taryn Whiteaker // A Burst of Beautiful // My Sweet Savannah

Shades of Blue Interiors // Finding Silver Pennies // Life is a Party // Bless’er House

Summer Adams// Tatertots and Jello // Paint Me Pink // This is Our Bliss

Home Made Lovely // So Much Better With Age // Maison de Cinq
Craftberry Bush // Rooms FOR Rent

Maison de Pax // Zevy Joy // Place of My Taste // Deeply Southern Home // Kim Power Style

Have an inspired day!