Looking for budget spring home decor? Here are some of the cutest things I’ve found to decorate your home for spring under $25.

spring home decor

I woke up this morning to sunshine.

Isn’t that amazing?

It was brilliant, warm, wonderful sunshine that danced in through the windows and made me so happy on a cold January morning.

And it made me want to start planning on decorating the house for spring.

Isn’t that funny how a simple thing like dancing sunbeams can turn a girl’s heart toward spring?

I love the seasons.

Each and every one.

But spring? With it’s fresh and clean and bright days full of fresh green grass and sparkling dew and flowers and color? It might be my favorite. Just don’t mention that to winter, fall or summer.

So today on this happy, bright day, I wanted to share with you some of the CUTEST spring things I’ve found that are on my bucket list for spring.

And because I’m still recovering my Christmas spending sprees? These are all super budget-friendly.

Here are some of the cutest spring decor finds that I found for under $25.        

The Cutest Spring Home Decor Finds Under $25

spring home decor finds

These adorable spring candles with pressed flower tops.

They come in scents like rosewood and basil sweet orange.

I loved them because they make your house smell yummy and decorate it, too.

See the candles here.

spring home decor finds

This beautiful tea towel.

Aren’t the colors just beautiful?

It measures 28″ long which means it might make cute cafe curtains or an oversized pillow. I’m thinking I’m going to hang it over the towel bar at the end of my island.

You can see it here.

spring home decor finds

Just look at that raised detail on this vase.

It comes in three different sizes and starts at $10.

I love it because it’s traditional and farmhouse at the same time.

You can see it here.

spring home decor finds

This embroidered flower pillow.

I loved the raised detailing and the tiny pom-poms on the side.

It’s 18″x 18″ and you can see it here.

These little dried flower bouquets.

They are about 9″ tall and they come wrapped in paper and jute twine like this. Wouldn’t they be the cutest gift to give to a friend?

Or sitting on a counter in a white vase?

And they are dried so they will last until summer.

You can see them here.

I found these hearts over at Target and I love them because they are so different.

They’re made from dried corn husks and they come six to a package.

Perfect to make a garland or give with a sweet note for Valentine’s Day or just stack in a bowl.

You can see them here.

These textured vases.

They just looked so fresh and springy.

My favorite? They look cute with herbs or spring plantings. You don’t really need an entire arrangement or be a professional flower arranger.

You can see them here.

These fun coffee cups.

Just look at those sweet faces.

They make me so happy just looking at the pattern. I’m thinking about mixing them in with my other coffee mugs in my butler’s pantry.

You can see them here.

This beautiful appliqued flower pillow.

I love the dimension of those flowers layered onto the pillow.

You can see it here.

These adorable dishtowels.

Just look at those colors.

They come in a set of four in this adorable canvas tote (that I’m totally going to repurpose and add a topiary to).

You can see them here.

This scalloped lamp.

Doesn’t it look so fresh for spring? It comes with the shade and measures about 16″ tall so it’s a little on the smaller side. Perfect for a bedside table or hutch or kitchen counter.

You can see it here.

I saved this one for last because it’s my favorite.

Just like spring.

This tea towel measures 28″ long and I think it’s the perfect way to add a little bit of color and personality to my kitchen without spending too much.

You can see it here.

I added a few more spring home decor finds.

I couldn’t help myself.

Blame it on the sunshine. 🙂

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Comments

  1. Image for Jillian Jillian

    Good Job! Love each of these things. The flowers may or may not be in my cart at Anthropologie waiting for a sale. I may or may not have snuck another rabbit into the house this week to add to the collection...love the rabbits. And was just thinking a new vase would be nice for a rosemary plant. sweet. This year I turned two Christmas trees into valentine trees..so cute. just couldn't quite let them go, love the lights on when it is still dark in the mornings.

  2. Image for Jeanine Jeanine

    Love, love, love the pressed flowered candles, sea grass hearts, and last tea towel, especially. These bring sunshine all by themselves! Thanks for sharing your spring finds!

  3. Image for Sue Sue

    My friend from Switzerland makes the prettiest pressed flower candles from her beautiful garden. I love them. They are as special as she is.

  4. Image for Beth Y Beth Y

    Send some of that sunshine to rainy TN today! I have started seeing some of my spring bulbs I planted in the fall peeping up ever so slightly. I am so ready to see their pretty flower faces!!! I love all of these things, too!! How have I never shopped at Anthropologie before?

  5. Image for Dee Dee

    I think every single item was so super cute! Anything that you share is fabulous, and those are bright lovely touches to a home that wouldn't break the bank! Thank you so much for sharing them!

  6. Image for Diane Ruebel Diane Ruebel

    Karianne, To read , on what appears to be another stormy day in my neighborhood, "...a single thing like dancing sunbeams can turn a girl's heart toward spring?" reminds me why I love your blog. Your words and ideas always lift my spirits. Thank you. Diney on Camano Island, WA

  7. Image for Kris Kris

    I love all of them, but the candles and tea towel #1 are fabulous. But .... what is this sun you speak of???? (hahaha, from your reader under the grey skies of the mitten state).

  8. Image for Marlene Stephenson Marlene Stephenson

    I love the sunshine but, i am truly glad spring isn't here yet, i need to spray my blueberry bushes and apple trees before spring arrives. Love all those pretties and can't wait for changing everything for spring.

  9. Image for Anita Roth Anita Roth

    Love the idea of putting dishcloth in the cute little canvas bags ! I make homemade dishcloth which I sale. What creative way to sale them! Must find a pattern online to make the canvas bags!

  10. Image for Regina Merrick Regina Merrick

    I am going to keep an eye on those pillows from Target! The one with the blue flowers - ooo and the gold ones in the collection, too - would certainly spring-y-fy my sofa!!! I'm watching them to go on sale because I'm not only recovering from Christmas spending, but daughter-wedding-spending, as well! LOL!! Happy sunshine - I hope we get some in the next few days! Dark and dreary in KY!

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