Spring Decor That Can Last All Season

We all love decorating our homes for Easter as soon as we start to feel spring in the air. But there is so much more to the season than bunnies and carrots! Even after the last easter egg is found, keeping our homes bright and fresh-feeling is a source of joy. All the more so in 2024, with a short Easter season, do we want to include themes in our decor that will last all spring. 

To make our homes bright and fresh for this season of new beginnings, it’s all about incorporating fresh flowers, bright and pastel colors, citrus fruits, and garden-themed vignettes.

Yellow Farmhouse Kitchen

Painted Yellow Kitchen Cabinets
Source: Jillian Harris

These yellow cupboards in this farmhouse-style kitchen would make me in the mood for spring every day of the year! A heap of flowers in the sink, rattan accents, antique inspired door and drawer pulls, and a cottage style wallpaper are loving little details that make it look like home.

Spring Wall Art

A cozy sofa and floral spring art above
Source: Tatertots & Jello

Switching out wall art is an easy way to make your home feel like spring. A bright floral print reserved for use in the springtime will be the first thing guests notice, and make you smile as you walk into the room every day!

Yellow Themed Entryway

Entryway with spring decor
Source: Fort Howard Farmhouse

Yellow is the color with the power to make you happy! A cute little entryway vignette, or even just in a corner of the kitchen, is a way to make your home feel like spring as soon as guests walk in the door.

DIY Tulip Wreath

A wreath made from tulips
Source: Crafts By Amanda

A bright floral wreath is just what your front porch needs for the season, and few flowers say spring like tulips! This DIY tulip wreath is made with faux flowers so you can use it year after year. Try these floral and botanical Spring decor ideas too!

Spring Dishes on Open Shelving

Open shelving kitchen with spring mugs and flowers
Source: Joanna Anastasia

I absolutely love the bright colored, mismatched dishes displayed beautifully on open shelving in this kitchen! You can use some spring-themed mugs, display your favorite. This could be done on a coffee station or on hooks as well. Top it off with a vase of fresh flowers!

Flower Shop

Shelving with potted Spring flowers
Source: The Turquoise Home

Laura of The Turquoise Home decided to give her home’s spring decor a flower shop theme, using planters, burlap, and of course flowers everywhere! You could take a walk through your local home-and-garden shops to get some inspiration.

Yellow and Green

Mint green kitchen with Spring flowers in vases
Source: With Love Abigail X

Pastel green and yellow are the perfect pairing for spring! This cottagecore inspired shelving arrangement would be easy to implement in any small space. Key components of this arrangement are daisies, tulips, some white and yellow pitchers or rustic flower boxes, and yellow mugs.

Fresh Spring Vignette 

Cube shelving with antique books and spring florals
Source: Sarah Joy Blog

You may already own some antique books, terra cotta pots, or chalkboards, so it’s inspiring to see the way everything is brought together in this farmhouse style display. You don’t even need built-in shelves for this–a small cubby shelving unit does the trick.


a wildflower wreath hanging on a farmhouse armoire
Source: Vibeke Svenningsen

This photo looks like someone took a walk among the wildflowers! It also proves if you love wreaths, you’re not limited to your front door! Utilize wardrobes or armoires, interior doors, or a mantel.

Pink & Back Spring Door

A peachy pink front door and potted plants on porch
Source: Tatertots & Jello

If you have the opportunity to paint your door a blush pink, yellow, or light turquoise, spring is the ideal time to go for it! Galvanized milk jugs, chalkboard signs, hydrangeas, are great inspiration to pull from for your front porch!

Lemon-Themed Front Porch

Front porch with seating area, plants and lemon wreath
Source: Sarah Joy

After seeing this front porch, I want to go decorate my front porch with a lemon theme! This theme will last you from spring through summer, if you want to enjoy it longer!

Multicolored Spring Tablescape

Spring tablescape with tulips and lemons
Source: Tatertots & Jello

This colorful spring tablescape is just so pretty! One idea we can take from this: you aren’t limited to just one color! These pink and yellow bunches of flowers are brought together by a table runner and placemats with elements of both colors, but also blue and green.

Minimalist Spring Table

Minimalist spring tablescape
Source: Taryn Whiteaker

This minimalist spring table takes a different approach! If you’d like to try something different this season, remember that spring is about fresh starts! Get in spring cleaning mode and pare things down for fresh and simple decor.

Pops of Yellow

Yellow front door with spring flowers
Source: Sara McDaniel

This beautiful living room shows how easy it is to incorporate spring in your home! You don’t have to completely revamp your existing decor. Instead, include pops of color–a floral wreath or fresh potted flowers work perfectly. Of course, the real star of this room is the bright yellow door!

Pretty Spring Mudroom

A crochet tote bag hanging on a hook with flowers inside
Source: Home Stories A to Z

If you’re looking for new and unique ideas of ways to display flowers, try hanging them in a neutral colored crochet bag! It’s so reminiscent of coming back from the farmer’s market with fresh flowers. Cherry blossoms are another flower that feels like spring!

Spring Quote As Wall Art

A chalkboard garden design
Source: Making Home Matter

If you have a chalkboard, utilize it with a spring-themed quote like this one! If you’re not as confident in your artistic abilities, you can find artwork or brush lettered signs with quotes like this one.

Fresh Citrus Tablescape

A table setting with fresh oranges on plates
Source: Cassie Bustamente

This pink and orange tablescape is a little bit different and unique! The fresh, uncluttered feel is appropriate for spring–and can be good for our mental health! The flowers bring together the vintage pink dishware and the fresh oranges.

Dried Flowers & Herbs

Dried flowers and herbs hanging on a string above a coffee bar
Source: Making Home Matter

Are you inspired to dry your own flowers and herbs after seeing this photo? This rustic white kitchen doesn’t need anything to update it for spring other than these swags of lavender and mint.

Painted pots

Painted terracotta pots along a mantel
Source: Songbird Blog

This may be a simple project, but it is eye-catching! Paint terra cotta pots in an array of colors, and arrange the finished product on a shelf, front porch, or a dining room buffet as shown here. (You can also paint plastic pots like this one!)

Cheerful Farmhouse Hutch

Farmhouse hutch with mint dishes and floral wreath
Source: Liz Marie Blog

Use a rustic antique hutch to display your collection of dishes. As is done here, you can do a mixture of vintage jadeite and modern farmhouse dishes. I love the use of floral accents to offset the green. You could use this in either a dining room or a kitchen!


Spring tablescape with potted flowers and floral dishes
Source: Simply Southern Cottage

A beautiful heirloom dining room set is the star of this rose pink tablescape! As a simple rose pink color scheme stands out because of its simplicity.

Using Fresh Fruit As Decor

lemons in the centerpiece of table
Source: Vibeke Svenningsen

This table is so welcoming, it looks like we could sit down to brunch. It’s also budget-friendly to use fresh fruit that doubles as food and decor. This table also features jars of curd and jam as decor, fresh baked bread, and rustic dinnerware.

Spring Bedding

Rusty red bedding with floral pillows
Source: The Old House On Main

You can refresh quilts, pillows, and coverlets for the season simply by layering bright colors and bright floral patterns. You don’t need to change out the entire bedding for every season–try adding one bright blanket in the spring, and layer it with a standard white comforter. Top it off with a floral pillow.

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By Becca Mahoney

Becca Mahoney is baker, writer, crafter, and lover of DIY and home decor. She is a contributor to three women’s publications. You can find her at www.SugarSaltGrace.com.

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