I live in the northeast, so when spring finally arrives it is a big deal. Like, huge. We have grown tired of the snow, the cold and the blah, colorless sights outside the widows and it is time for some sprucing up.
I teamed up with Wayfair to bring you some of my favorite items to help you add a fresh and clean, spring feel to your home.
The bathroom is often forgotten when it comes to fun decor ideas, but there is definitely some room for spring in there.
I am in the market for a new shower curtain and this paisley one has so many colors, it reminds me of my flower garden. That fun pattern is just what I want to see when I walk in the bathroom. And it could go with just about any wall color because, bonus!
Adding some natural accessories will tone down the pattern of the shower curtain and bring in a bit of the outdoors which is essential for the spring.The final touch to the bathroom? Towels. Fresh, fluffy towels and wash cloths. White towels are a must in my house because my kids love to use them to wipe up grape juice, take outside to wipe mud off their shovel or any other objectionable way you could think to use a towel! Bleaching is a must, #amIright?
Nothing freshens up a bedroom like crisp, new bed linens. I love white because they always look so clean and make me feel like I’m in a hotel (and again, bleach. Is my germaphobe showing?)
After a long day of working in the yard, climbing into these babies would be a great end to the day.
How about adding some throw pillows, or changing out your existing ones? This is one of the simplest changes you can make in your home that really gets you a lot of bang for your buck. Adding one or two seasonal pillows that coordinate with your space can change the whole feel of the room.
How about adding some vases to your side table to pop some of those gorgeous blooms you are going to pick from your garden (or your neighbor’s, whatever-I won’t tell.)
Defining an outdoor space with a rug always seems to make it more of an extension of the inside, which I love. I like to add rugs that have enough pattern to make a spot here and there, unnoticeable. Here’s a tip: use outdoor rugs in mudrooms, entries and playrooms for an easy to clean and durable floor cover.
If you are anything like me, your patio umbrella was left out all winter and has faded, a lot. I love cantilever umbrellas because the pole can be completely out of the way, but you are still shaded. Because you can slide the position up and down while it is open, you can even provide shade if the sun is behind you. No matter your style or budget, I hope you find something springy to add to your decor.
You can find all of these items and more spring decor ideas on my idea board on Wayfair.com.