Looking for budget spring home decor? Here are some of the cutest things I’ve found to decorate your home for spring under $25.
After all that rain and cold and yucky weather this weekend, 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 after all the storms and winter we have had.
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 all the seasons.
Each and every one.
But spring? With its 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 have two children at Baylor? These are all super budget-friendly.
Here are some of the cutest spring decor finds that I found for under $25 (a lot of them are under $15).
The Cutest Spring Home Decor Finds Under $25
This adorable bunny on this pillow is raised and looks so sweet. The leaf pattern is raised, too, and there are khaki and white stripes on the back. The pillow also comes with the insert already in it—in other words it’s not a cover.
It’s under $15 and looks so vintage.
See the pillow here.
Here’s another bunny pillow.
This one measures 12″ x 18″ and the bunnies are raised and look like cotton.
There’s a pink and white stripe on the back and the pillow comes with an insert.
You can see the bunny pillow here.
It just looks so fresh and springy.
It’s sitting on my sideboard right now. I can’t wait to have a party and bring it out for the party table. It’s right at $25 so it went slightly over budget—but it was too cute not to share.
If you needed permission to buy faux flowers?
This is it. I have heard RAVE reviews of these faux tulips.
They come in a set of 20 and they look and feel so real (and last waaaaaay longer than the real ones).
Look how cute the tulips would look in this striped vase.
(total aside: one quick tip—if you use a vase like this want the tulips to appear taller—put straws on the end of them! I need to do a tutorial on that.)
Be still my heart.
Hello spring and a few stripes all at the same time.
This set of embroidered tulip pillow covers looks like it belongs in my living room.
I loved the raised detailing. It looks SO EXPENSIVE and it’s under $21 for the set of two after you clip the coupon.
They measure 18″x 18″ and you can see the pillow covers here.
They look so fresh that you could make lemonade.
I love when you can decorate with your condiments.
You can see the set of lemon salt and pepper shakers here.
One of the easiest ways to welcome spring is with a sweet kitchen mat like this.
Isn’t this the cutest mat? It measure 20″ x 32″ and it’s a great cushion for hard floors.
You know this was calling my name, right?
I’ll post pics after I pick it up and style it in the butler’s pantry.
It’s perfect for coffee beans or grounds.
You can see this blue and white coffee container here.
Everything about this bunny platter is perfection.
I think I’m going to add it to my whiteware collection. Decorate with it and then use it when needed for appetizers. It’s a cute size at a little over 8″ so it needs to be layered on the shelf with a larger platter. The price is so affordable and would make the perfect gift, too.
I don’t know what it is about a bunny driving a carrot that makes me giggle.
Be still my spring heart.
The bunny is just SO CUTE.
You can thank me for this later.
Look at this spring tea towel.
And it’s under $2.
This tea towel measures 25″ 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.
And this last find isn’t really home decor but it’s PERFECT for spring and summer parties.
It’s an entire deck of charcuterie board ideas.
There are 50 of them.
You can see them all here.
And in case you aren’t shopping, but DIY’ing? Here’s a cute idea on how to make monogrammed planters.
It’s been so much fun shopping for spring home decor finds with you.
Thanks for joining me.
I couldn’t help myself.
Blame it on the sunshine. 🙂
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