After clearing the decks, so to speak, I have been inspired to get out some spring decor to place around our little farmhouse. We truly live in a farmhouse, complete with dusty footprints, dog hair and treasures brought in from around the ranch like rocks and feathers. Our home is not picture perfect but that doesn’t keep me from setting up cute vignettes here and there. I have been perusing online IG feeds and Amazon and found this inspiring spring farmhouse decor.
Spring Farmhouse Decor
I’ll admit that I am my mother’s daughter and therefore a bit of a cheapskate. My Mom loved a good bargain and we frequently searched thrift stores and garage sales for treasures. I kept that in mind while looking for farmhouse decor on Amazon, so most of these finds are under $50!
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- Eucalyptus Spring Wreath
- Hanging Vase Chandelier
- 3 pk Mini Potted Plants
- Shabby Green Metal Flower Pitcher
- Sage Grove Wall Clock
- Recycled Glass African Trade Beads
- Distressed Ceramic Bunny Figurine
- Vintage Table Clock with Two Birds
- Whitewashed Rabbit Quartet Figurine
- Antique Green Striped Throw
How to Add Spring Decor into Your Home
Adding spring decor to me is bringing in some freshness. I put away the Christmas and Valentine’s decor and I am ready for fresh greens, plants and neutrals. I have new plants to pot, and I like to clip flowers and cuttings to tuck into vases. How cute would that vase chandelier be on your patio, gazebo or porch with some spring blooms? And if you don’t have a green thumb, faux plants are a fine way to bring a little spring into your decor.
I know many people think of “Farmhouse” decor as including lots of tchotchkes and farmhouse signs, but I have been trying to embrace simplicity. Lots of the figurines, decorative accessories and “dust collectors” are going away in favor of sparer spaces that are easy to dust. I want our home to be comfortable, not a museum.
When decorating for spring or any time, I tend to shop my home first. I look for things I can use that I already own. As I mentioned I am potting some new plants into existing pots and I am using a chippy trays to corral a few items and pulling out a few other treasures that speak to me. I love the distressed wood mantel that came with our home and am searching for the perfect thing to replace the Christmas wreath I just put away (finally!)
Decorating can be as simple or intricate as you like. It’s all about surrounding yourself with things you love and that make you feel good. Until next time…