Spring Home Tour: Simple Spring Decor

Spring Tulips and vintage duck

Happy Spring, friends! Welcome to this year’s Spring Home Tour hosted by Marty at A Stroll Thru Life!

I’m so excited to be joining a total of 25 talented bloggers to share our homes all styled for spring. I’ve got such cabin fever right now, so touring all of these lovely homes did my heart some good.

Did you find your way here from Follow the Yellow Brick Home? Amber’s home is always so beautiful!

Now, come on in and join me for a fun tour of my home all freshened up for spring. Then, don’t forget to visit all of the other homes linked up at the bottom.

Let’s go!

Spring Home tour 2024

My Simple Spring Decor

I always enjoy spring greenery and florals that bring a fresh feel to my home after the winter months.

This year, I kept my spring decor very simple.

I only used a few pieces of Easter decor, and mixed them in with other spring decor that can stay up a good while longer. After the holiday, I can easily put away the decorative Easter eggs and throw pillows, and the rest of my spring decor can remain out until early summer.

Even a few of the rustic bunnies will stay out past Easter.

The Living Room

I swapped out my sofa pillows for some with a lighter and brighter neutral color palette.

Spring Home Tour: Simple Spring Decor
Knot pillow is HERE.

The Frame TV got some fresh spring artwork. I love the green trees, blue sky, and fluffy white clouds in this piece.

Spring Home Tour: Simple Spring Decor

The fireplace mantel holds some simplified spring decor. I swapped out the vintage horse artwork that was here for this pair of bird prints from Hobby Lobby. Birds are the perfect art for spring, don’t you think?

Spring Mantel

Vintage books (these happen to be Bibles that belonged to my mom, dad, and grandmother), bunnies, and some pretty white faux tulips tied with brown paper and twine create a nice vignette under the TV. Placing the tulips in a vase would have made them too tall for this arrangement, so displaying them on their side like this is a fun alternative.

The vintage-inspired magnifying glass adds a fun element.

Spring Home Tour: Simple Spring Decor

On the other side of the mantel, I used vintage brass candlesticks to hold some of my DIY decoupage wooden eggs. The silver bunny is displayed on my antique cake stand to add some extra height.

Spring Mantel

The shelves beside the fireplace are filled with some of my favorite photos of the babies right now.

Spring Home Tour: Simple Spring Decor

A few spring stems in a glass jug add some spring flair without blocking the view between the living room and kitchen.

Spring Home Tour: Simple Spring Decor
Spring Home Tour: Simple Spring Decor

The Front Entryway

I arranged a few more faux tulips in a hobnail milk glass basket and tucked a bunny pick from Michael’s in the middle.

The Kitchen

Spring Home Tour: Simple Spring Decor
Spring Home Tour: Simple Spring Decor

I found this vintage lamb cake mold last year at an antique shop. He looks perfect tucked up in this corner by my utensils and cutting boards.

Spring Home Tour: Simple Spring Decor

The kitchen island got an easy display. I like using a tray of some sort here, because I can easily move this out of the way when we need the island for cooking or serving.

(You can see how to make these DIY Decoupage eggs HERE.)

Spring kitchen

Both the crystal vase and the vintage ceramic duck are recent thrift store finds. The duck was a dusty mess when I brought him home, but he cleaned up so well. Isn’t he cute?

This wooden church was another recent thrift store find.

It was pretty dingy looking, but with a can of white spray paint, I fixed it right up. The windows and door were originally white, but I used a tiny artist’s brush to paint them black. I like the contrast so much better.

It looks so cute on top of my antique corner cabinet. The church lights are on a timer, so they go on and off on their own each evening. Well worth the $4.49 I spent on it!

All of the ironstone dishes in this cabinet were either my mom’s or they were thrifted.

You’d be shocked to know how much of my decor is second-hand. It’s my favorite way to shop. Anyone else?

It’s such a great way to create an interesting mix of old and new and give your home some character.

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Next up on the tour is Lynne from My Family Thyme. After you visit her lovely home, be sure to check out all of the other homes from this week by using the links below.

Happy Touring,

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Spring Home Tours 2024

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Tuesday, March 5

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Wednesday, March 6

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Thursday, March 7

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Friday, March 8

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19 thoughts on “Spring Home Tour: Simple Spring Decor

  1. Your home is certainly ready for spring! Such charming and creative touches everywhere! I’m especially drawn to the lamb mold (reminds me of one my mom had) and I love that you find ways to honor your family’s history (the bibles and dishes). Happy Spring!

  2. I MUST FIND A DUCK!!! Just darling. Everything looks so cute and happy and I think I need to decoupage some eggs too. 😉 Thanks for the spring inspo. Always enjoy touring with you.

  3. Your home is always so full of interesting details. I loved how you sprinkled eggs around in various vignettes. I especially loved them displayed on candlesticks. Thanks so much for joining the tours again this season.

  4. Niky, your home looks beautiful all styled for spring! I love all your pretty pieces, tulips and those cute bunnies! Great to tour with you!

  5. Niky, your thrifted church is so cute and I love the pretty spring stems in the bottle. It’s a pleasure to tour your lovely home! Blessings, Cecilia @ My Thrift Store Addiction

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