I’m stoked that Spring is finally here. Although the cold temperatures aren’t awesome, we can still officially say it’s Spring. Woo hoo! To celebrate, I’ve teamed up with some amazingly talented ladies in a Spring blog hop, where you can tour 30 homes that have been decked out for Spring.
For my home tour, I’ve added touches of pink and green and I’m calling it the Spring Has Sprung Home Tour.
Let’s start our tour in the living room. This is my favourite room in the house (thanks to the recent addition of the diy built in shelves). To see details on how I built these click here —> How to Create DIY Built In Shelving
I “Springified” (is that a word?) each cubby and added faux flowers and greenery. Some cubbies even got some cute little butterflies. What says Spring and rebirth more than butterflies?
I shopped my house for my Spring decor and borrowed my middle daughter’s pink fuzzy rug and blanket and added them to my living room.
The area above my fireplace also got a Spring makeover with this twig antler plaque. This project cost me a total of $2.00! To see more details on how I made it, click here —->How to Make Twig Antlers
To freshen up this area, I added some moss and foam roses to apothecary jars and re-covered some old books and little houses (on the mantel) using contact paper that I picked up from the dollar store.
I also added some butterflies to my candlesticks for a springtime refresh.
Spring has definitely sprung… at least indoors it has. Have I mentioned how much I love this fun letterboard?
Right off the living room is the dining room. I carried through the Springtime theme into the dining room and kept with neutral white and green tones.
I tried (and failed) to make these napkins look like roses in the wine glasses. Don’t laugh… I know they need work, but you get the general idea.
I found this fun metal circle vase/candle holder at a thrift store and I think it was a huge score because it’s so versatile.
In the spirit of shopping my house for this home tour, this tablecloth is actually a shower curtain that I bought years ago and never used. It’s been sitting in a cupboard forever so I’m glad I finally had a chance to use it.
I had some leftover contact paper in that pretty trellis grey design, so I covered these glass jars to help tie the whole Spring look all together between the living and dining room.
Moving into the bedroom the Spring theme continues. I love how Spring has a way of making me want to purge and get rid of unwanted items. Does it do that for you as well?
Thank you so much for checking out my Spring Home Tour. Up next on our Spring Homes tour is Sara from Twelve on Main. Be sure to hop on over to Sara’s blog next. See you soon my friends,