Looking for some simple decorating ideas for spring? Here’s a spring house tour and 12 simple projects and ideas for your spring decorating.

decorating ideas for spring

Are you ready to have a little fun today?

Oh, good.

Me, too.

(total aside: one of my favorite things about you is that you are always agreeing with me.)

We are going to take a tour of the house decorated for spring. But why stop there? It’s Wednesday and we are generally amazing and just between us—I wanted to give you a little spring inspiration, too.

So here’s the house decorated for spring.

AND.

12 decorating ideas for spring.

(total aside: do you feel like you just won the spring decorating sweepstakes? Oh, good. Me, too.)

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21 Decorating Ideas for Spring

spring decorating idea 1: flowers

Buy some hydrangeas from Trader Joe’s.

Why?

If flower arranging intimidates you?

These are the flowers for you. Buy a package of three for $5.99. Cut off the bottom stems at a slant and take off most of the leaves. Place all three in a vase up so just the flowers show.

spring decorating idea 2: curtains

Did you know there’s a super simple way you can line curtains?

Seriously.

I made the curtains in this room and I used this to line them.

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spring decorating idea 3: spray paint

If you want to freshen up an area of your house for spring?

Just add spray paint.

For $3.99 you can get an entirely new look.

Here’s a list of 9 things you can transform with spray paint.

spring decorating idea number 4: frame it

Looking for an inexpensive spring decorating idea? Did you know you can frame wallpaper?

Or scrapbook paper?

Or napkins?

Spring brings with it so many fun patterns and colors. Create simple art for your room by framing them.

number 5: shop yard sales

If you want to decorate your house for spring and you don’t have a lot of money?

Ummm…yard sales friend.

Here’s my list of 10 projects you can make from yard sale finds.

And see that map on the back wall of this room? You’ll never guess where I found it.

number 6: pom pom pillows

One of my favorite spring decorating ideas? I made the blue and white pom pom pillows in this room.

They were such an easy project using IKEA pillow cover and tassels.

You can see the project here.

number 7: paint the bookcase

You can transform a bookcase in minutes with paint.

This alcove in the front room was painted with SW Naval.

You can see the before and after here.

number 8: mix patterns

This is the time to have fun.

My favorite thing about this room is that there are stripes and polka dots and florals and toile.

Spring is the perfect season for a little more pattern.

number 9:

Add branches to a vase and use tissue paper to make flowers.

It’s such a budget-friendly option.

You can see the DIY here.

number 10: make your own nest

Did you know you can make a nest out of jute twine?

That’s right.

All you need is jute twine and glue and these instructions.

number 11: decoupage

Everything looks cuter with a little decoupage.

Especially spring pots.

You can see how to decoupage spring pots here.

number 12: add buttons to chairs

See the parsons chairs in the dining room?

They were already cute.

But this made them even cuter.

Whew.

My friends, that was A LOT.

A lot of spring.

A lot of house tour.

A lot of decorating ideas for spring.

Are you ready to decorate?

Oh, good.

Me, too. 🙂

And now? If you are looking for a few more decorating ideas for spring?

Here are some of my favorite bloggers and their tours

click on the links below to take the tours

Want to know how to decorate your home for free?
Click here to get my FIVE BEST secrets.

Comments

  1. Image for Jolyn Jolyn

    I'm getting hydrangeas today for a little get together at my house later tonight! They've become my go-to quickie flower!

  2. Image for Anne Anne

    You are so clever! Sitting over here nodding along with you because you seem to be reading my mind with each question you ask! Love all the tips and your home is just gorgeous for spring.

  3. Image for Sharon Sharon

    Love all your ideas. I'm going to give one of mine. Since we are on SS, don't have a lot of money to replace porch cushions every season. Soooo....I purchased some very inexpensive pretty fabric, got out my handy duck tape, cut the fabric to go around the cushions and applied duck tape to the back to hold everything together. This works good for the porch, but wouldn't do it inside. Anyway, I get a lot of compliments on our front porch for my pretty cushions. Whatever color is my theme, I paint my bicycle that color. Just a thought! I'm getting ready to change them all out again. You are the greatest!! and, I will be doing some of your great ideas!

  4. Image for Lindsey Kneifl Lindsey Kneifl

    I love all the pillows! I know you link to the diy pom pom one, but would you share where you found your other pillows too? I struggle with finding pillows that go together so well!

  5. Image for Carol Carol

    Gorgeous. I love blue and white, it always looks so fresh. Karianne, I would love to use some of your photos in my blue bedroom. I've been looking for blue photos for ages and haven't been able to find any. Would that be OK? Thanks. Carol

  6. Image for Nancy Nancy

    Amazing tour! I love to live vicariously through all your beautiful color! Such a bright and happy home...just like you. Have an awesome day friend! Nancy

  7. Image for MARY-ANN (FROM CANADA!) MARY-ANN (FROM CANADA!)

    KariAnne, your home is just beautiful with all your blue and white and lovely spring touches! Thanks for sharing your lovely home with us! Blessings!

  8. Image for Sarah Sarah

    OMG love these ideas, I use washi tape for making creative artwork. Never though that we can use spray paint for art as well. I could use some of your ideas.

  9. Image for Debra Debra

    Beautiful home that says c'mon in and feel at home. And thanks for a blog hop that introduces me to brand new-to-me bloggers.

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