Are you done with winter? Are you ready to add a field of spring to your farmhouse decor? Our trees down here in Florida are already snowing pollen down everywhere. So, we’re ready to bring spring into our home and inspire you to bring spring to your farmhouse too.
When you think of bringing spring to your farmhouse, what comes to mind? Pastels? Flowers? Bunnies? Well, those are just a few things we want to show off that our friends incorporated in their spring decor.
SPRING TO YOUR FARMHOUSE
In Hosea 6:3 it says, “He will come to us as the showers, as the spring rains that water the earth.” We’re ready for spring rains. To wash away some of the pollen and to help the flowers grow.
We know St. Patrick’s Day falls three days before the true first day of spring, but we just couldn’t resist kicking off this spring post with this adorable St. Patrick’s Day tiered tray. Especially since y’all seem as crazy as we are about tiered trays from our Holiday and our Valentine Tiered Tray posts to the post where we showed you how to style your own tiered tray. But, enough about our posts, let’s gawk at Bethany’s tray for a minute. She brings so many kisses of the Irish holiday to this tray. With the “Kiss Me” mini sign to the hints of green and don’t you love the “pots of gold?”
Nothing says it’s spring, like fresh cut flowers. Isn’t this setting stunning and romantic? Tulips freshly cut and laid on a down comforter. Don’t you want to bring that image of spring to your farmhouse?
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Pastels are another way to bring spring to your home. And this wreath with sweet pinks, peaches and greens whisk us right into spring. By being hung on this rustic gate, it looks as though an entrance to a meadow.
Confession time. We shared Carissa’s kitchen recently when we were checking out some farmhouse inspirations. We’re just a tiny bit obsessed with her style! Check out her blog where she talks about her fireplace mantel. The flowers in the oversized vases and the dandelion painting are just a few things of her’s we’re obsessed with for spring.
This mantel with an old window frame and a boxwood wreath is a sweet introduction to this home. The pair of topiary’s and the grey bunny bring so much spring into the decor. And the sweet chic “Bless The Lord Oh, My Soul,” sign is a great nod to the farmhouse style.
Blush is such a soft and subtle color to add to your home this spring. Blue hydrangeas make a great addition as well. Chippy painted furniture and an elegant chandelier keeps the season feeling welcoming to all.
Something about the watering cans hanging in this vignette brings the quote from Anne Scott-James to mind, “There is more pleasure in making a garden than in contemplating a paradise.” Are you the type of person that can’t wait to get your hands in the dirt when the first sign of spring comes? All of the greenery in this room feels like a spring garden paradise to us.
The idea of a mama bird nesting and looking after her soon to hatch eggs in spring is captured perfectly by Eunice here. This vignette with blush hydrangeas is so elegant. The promise of spring coming is felt for sure in this nook.
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Can’t you just imagine that cute little bunny running through a meadow of tulips in the springtime? The purity of this room lets you take a deep breath in and relax. Jenny’s decor for spring is so enticing.
Are you shocked you’ve made it this far through the post and haven’t seen one Rae Dunn item? Wait no longer! Stephanie’s coffee rack has been adorably decorated for spring. With a flower garland and delicate spring blossom plates.
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It takes talent to take a rustic toolbox and add tulips and make it into the most gorgeous and inviting tablescape we’ve seen for spring. Crystal’s table is sure to make anyone who sits down at it, feel like a guest of honor. A tea party or Easter brunch looks likes it’s in the works.
Changing out your pillows to add a spring feel in your home is simple. Finding a pillow cover with beautiful pastel flowers or maybe even just a solid color to add a kiss of spring. Flowers are always a must and pink roses are a favorite.
Breakfast in bed on this sweet wooden tray, complete with a Rae Dunn Dream coffee mug, sounds heavenly. The white and green hydrangeas in a galvanized bucket are the perfect nod to spring. Doesn’t this make you want to add spring to your farmhouse?
We’re purposely wrapping up this spring decor post with a tiered tray. Why do you ask? Because we have a great tiered tray surprise in the works for you for next week. Are you as excited as we are? Until then, let’s admire Rita’s tiered tray. With precious bunnies and greenery and a wink to Rae Dunn!
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Time flies and we can’t believe spring is peaking around the corner. We’ll be buying swimsuits soon and planning summer vacations. But let’s not wish time away. Soak in the sun rays and enjoy adding some spring to your farmhouse.
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