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How to Decorate Your Home For Spring

The arrival of spring is like nature's way of manifesting a giant, collective exhale. From budding flowers to more daylight, everything about spring seems to invite a fresh start, and why not begin with our homes? 

There's nothing like a seasonal home refresh to mirror the spirit of the world outside our windows. In this exhaustive guide, we’re going to take a deep dive into the world of spring decor, offering tips to brighten your spaces and prepare them for the season of rejuvenation.

Spring Has Sprung...

With spring's arrival, the urge to fling open the windows and breathe new life into your living spaces also comes. Winter's heavy blankets and cold, moody tones can be swapped for lighter textures and a pastel palette. Your home has the power to encapsulate the optimism and vibrance of spring, and with a few simple changes, you can create a serene escape from the bustling world.

1. Embracing Light and Airy Colors

One of the easiest ways to evoke a sense of spring is through the use of color. Say farewell to the deep, sultry hues of winter and welcome the airy, light shades of spring. Think pastel pinks, robin's egg blues, and soft mint greens. Introduce these tones into your home with accent walls, throws, and even small accessories.

To effectively incorporate spring colors, use Personal Prints' "Season of Spring" artwork to set the mood in your living room or dining space. This print features vibrant floral designs, perfect for adding a touch of spring to your walls. You can also use this print as inspiration for your color scheme, pulling out specific shades from the artwork and incorporating them into your decor.

bringing nature indoors

2. Bringing Nature Indoors

Spring heralds the return of life to the outside world, so why not invite it into your home? Place fresh-cut flowers in vases throughout your living spaces. Additionally, potted plants and small indoor gardens can also infuse your home with the greenery of warmer days. They don’t just look nice; they also provide a breath of fresh air, literally. 

If you're not blessed with a green thumb, don't panic. There are plenty of low-maintenance houseplants that thrive in indoor environments. 

Most importantly, note that real flowers aren't the only way to experience the ethereal energy of flowers. Consider channeling that energy with a statement piece like the Personal Print’s "Spring Tulips Bouquet" which serves as a stunning tribute to the season.

3. Swapping Winter Textiles

The tactile experience of a space can greatly influence how we perceive and enjoy it. For spring, we want to shift from the plush warmth of heavy textiles to lighter, airier materials. Swap out your wooly rugs and throws for cotton or linen ones.

Curtains can play a significant role here, too. Consider semi-sheer materials that allow light to filter through. Not only will this brighten up your rooms, but it will also give an illusion of lightness. 

4. Decluttering and Organizing

Part of the beauty of the season entails the infamous spring-cleaning ritual. It's time to clear the cobwebs—literally and figuratively. Take this opportunity to declutter your home. Sort your belongings and decide what to donate, sell, or throw away.

Invest in storage containers or decorative baskets to help keep things in their place. Organizing can be daunting for some, but when done well, it results in a clearer mind and more functional living space. And don't forget to engage in lots of deep cleaning – everything from your floors to the drapery deserves a good dust-off.

5. Adding Seasonal Touches

Spring introduces a host of holidays and events, allowing you to decorate with thematic pieces. For instance, you can bring out Easter decorations like bunnies, eggs, and pastel-hued designs to decorate for spring. A simple wreath on the door can signal a warm welcome to the new season.

Consider setting up a seasonal vignette, like a space dedicated to an Easter feast or a spot designated for your children to enjoy festive crafts. It's these little pockets of themed spaces and ideas that can make your home feel very much aligned with the larger world and its celebrations.

Mothers Day

Mother's Day is another significant event in the spring season, and it's the perfect opportunity to show your appreciation for the special women in your life. Consider gifting a beautiful floral art print like "Mother’s Day Floral Art" as a meaningful and personalized present. 

Memorial Day 

As we welcome the warmth and greenery of spring, it's also essential to remember those who sacrificed for our country. With Memorial Day being a significant event in late spring, you can add touches of patriotism and remembrance throughout your home. Hang an American flag print like the "USA Flag Personal Print" as a focal point in your living room, or display it proudly on your front porch.

spring inspired art

6. Spring Inspired Art

Art is an essential element in any space, and it can be a simple way to infuse the spirit and creativity of spring into your home. Whether you prefer abstract pieces or realistic depictions of nature, there are endless options that capture the essence of the season.

Consider incorporating artwork featuring blooming flowers, budding trees, or playful animals. Personal-Prints has a variety of customizable art pieces that can be tailored to fit your personal style and seasonal display preferences.

7. Creating a Cozy Outdoor Space

With the warmer weather, it's the perfect time to bring your living room space outdoors. Create a cozy outdoor oasis with comfortable seating, string lights, and planters filled with spring flowers. This is a great place to relax and enjoy the fresh air.

8. Incorporating Fresh Scents

Spring is all about fresh starts, and nothing encapsulates this quite like the smell of a clean home. Incorporate scents like fresh linen, citrus, or floral into the mix of your cleaning products, candles, and diffusers to bring the essence of spring indoors.

9. Implementing Natural Elements

Nature plays a significant role in the spring season, and incorporating natural elements into your home decor is an excellent way to reflect that. Consider using wood accents, such as a rustic wooden coffee table or shelves made from reclaimed wood.

You can also bring in natural textures like jute rugs or woven baskets for storage. These natural elements add warmth and character to the new look of your space, making it feel like a true spring sanctuary.

Here are some pieces of decor to consider:

  • Wooden furniture or accents
  • Stone coasters or trays
  • Woven baskets for storage and decoration
  • A large indoor plant as a statement piece (write 5 more like this)
  • Seashells or driftwood collected from a beach trip
  • A bouquet of freshly picked wildflowers
  • A rustic, wooden clock
  • Wicker or rattan chairs for outdoor seating
faq about decorating your home for spring


Q: Do I have to completely redecorate my home for spring?

A: Not at all! Simple changes like swapping out textiles and adding seasonal touches can make a big impact.

Q: Can I use fake flowers instead of real ones?

A: Absolutely! Faux flowers, such as faux tulips, are a great alternative for those with allergies or who do not want the maintenance of real plants.

Q: Can I incorporate spring scents into my cleaning routine?

A: Yes, you can use natural cleaning products with essential oils or add a few drops of your favorite scent to your regular cleaning products.

Q: How can I make my outdoor space more inviting for spring?

A: Adding comfortable seating, string lights, and colorful planters filled with fresh flowers can instantly transform your outdoor space into a cozy oasis.

Q: What are some ways to incorporate natural elements into my home decor?

A: You can use wooden furniture or accents, stone coasters or trays, woven baskets for storage and decoration, large indoor plants, seashells or driftwood collected from a beach trip, etc. Be creative with how you bring nature into your space!

Q: Are there any benefits to decluttering and organizing my home for spring?

A: Yes, decluttering can lead to a clearer mind and a more functional living space. Plus, it's a great opportunity to donate or sell items that you no longer need or use. Overall, having an organized home can improve your overall well-being and reduce stress. So it's definitely worth the effort!

Q: Can I incorporate seasonal art into my home decor?

A: Yes, incorporating art that reflects the season can add a personal touch to your space and create a cohesive theme from the living room to the dining room.

Q: Can I incorporate spring decor into my small living space?

A: Absolutely! Small spaces can still be decorated with seasonal touches, such as swapping out throw pillows or adding a statement piece of artwork. Consider using multipurpose furniture to maximize space and incorporating natural elements like plants to bring life into your space.  Overall, get creative with how you use your space, and have fun incorporating spring into it! 

Q: How often should I change out my seasonal decor?

A: This depends on personal preference, but a good rule of thumb is to update your decor with each major holiday or change in season.

Q: Are there any DIY projects I can do to add a touch of spring to my home?

A: Absolutely! You can create your own floral arrangements, make your own scented candles, or even paint a piece of furniture with pastel colors. The possibilities are endless!

incorporate spring theme into children's rooms

Q: Can I incorporate the spring theme into my children's rooms as well?

A: Yes, you can! Consider adding playful touches like themed bedding, wall decals, or seasonal artwork. This is a great way to get your kids involved in decorating and create a fun space for them to enjoy.


Overall, there are endless possibilities when it comes to spring decorating ideas and incorporating the spirit of spring into your home. These tips are just a starting point - feel free to get creative and add your own personal touches! 

Remember that creating a warm and inviting space is about making your house feel like a home. Embrace the changing of the seasons and have fun decorating!

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