Fresh and Cheery Early Spring Decorating Ideas

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 Embrace the winter season and look forward to sunnier days ahead with these early Spring decorating ideas.

I’m beyond excited to introduce you today to my guest – Emily from The Handmade Farmhouse. I met Emily on Instagram through a fun story share series we did before Christmas. Since then, I love to check in with her each day. She always has something fun on the go.  From yummy looking recipe ideas to decor and crafts, I’m constantly inspired by her creative ideas for home. I’m so excited for you to meet her today!

Early Spring decorating ideas in a collage picture of buckets of tulips arranged and placed in different parts of the house.

Early Spring Decorating Ideas to Transition from Winter

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Finding yourself wanting to let go of winter décor and move into spring but it’s only February? Me too!

I have to admit on these gray-skied days I find myself staring out the window at the empty garden boxes and day dreaming of planting seeds.

decorating for early spring

I am also learning in life how important it is to embrace each season individually. Winter is a great time to slow down, catch up on home projects, get organized and embrace the season that so gently whispers to us: “rest”.

A pop of greenery in a small bowl on a table is a great Spring decor idea.

Use neutral Spring decorations with faux floral decor mixed in.

Today I am thrilled to share with you a few early Spring decorating tips and tricks for transitioning out of winter décor. This year I have felt really inspired to keep things neutral which is different than my traditional spring décor.

You may want to check out my  Touches Of Spring Farmhouse Tour or  my DIY centerpiece planter box project that I’ve done previously. Back then, I loved using florals in shades of blush for my spring style.

This year, though, I am enjoying neutrals and delicate florals so much. You might be surprised to hear that I love using faux flowers in my decor! Here are a few of my favorite floral decorations: 

decorating for early spring
A big galvanized bucket filled with pink tulips sit on a console table in a dining room. It's a gorgeous farmhouse Spring decor idea.

Here are some more tips and ideas for early Spring decorating:

  • Neutral décor pieces
  • Incorporate textures
  • Seasonal art
  • Small houseplants for a pop of green
  • Make a cozy atmosphere with pillows and quilts
  • Faux or real flower bouquet
  • Incorporate vintage or antique pieces that reflect the season
decorating for early spring
decorating for early spring

This little wood bowl has been so fun to use in our kitchen! We fill it weekly with fresh fruit.

Floral Arrangement in a bucket on a bed with white bedspread - A beautiful, cheery idea for early Spring decor.

Looking for a little more home styling inspiration? Check out these posts from The Handmade Farmhouse!

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Tablescapes for the seasons

Thank you so much for reading this post on decorating for early spring! I loved sharing ideas with you and I hope you felt inspired.

Here are a few sources for my favorite faux flowers and art for your spring decor!

Favorite art prints for your decor through the seasons:


Thank you so much, Emily for giving us a glimpse into your beautiful home. It is fun to see such beautiful ideas for home decor and the sources where to find them!

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