6 Tips For Bringing Spring Indoors Through Art + Décor

We’re about a month away from the first day of spring, and I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for a reset. The holiday décor has long been packed away, but maybe your home is in a bit of a lull when it comes to an interior refresh. We love to mix it up for spring with small, significant changes that are not only easy, but budget-friendly. Here are a few of our favorite ways to bring spring indoors through art + décor.

Kitchen table refresh

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via A Pretty Way To Say Farewell To Summer

The kitchen table is often a central hub in family homes, but this can really apply to any surface you spend a lot of time at, like a dining table or a coffee table. For spring, it should come as no surprise that flowers play a large part in our seasonal décor. Whether fresh or faux, having a floral centerpiece or even just a couple bud vases can help “spring-ify” your tabletop.

Citrus is another lovely way to bring spring indoors. Utilize fresh lemons or oranges as décor in a cute basket or bowl for the center of the table.

And don’t forget the linens! Swap out placemats or table runners for lighter, spring-friendly colors and prints. Think pastels, florals or even a soft gingham. This is a really easy way to switch things up on a budget.

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Recover pillows

via Sam’s Colorful Springtime Bedroom Refresh

New pillow covers are another one of our favorite ways to bring spring vibes indoors. Much like your table linens, your pillow covers are an easy swap for your spring décor. Again, opt for soft hues in pastel colors or a spring-inspired print. It’s a lot cheaper to buy new pillow covers than new pillows, and it’s a major space saver when you pack them away for the next season.

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White vases

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This is a simple swap that makes such a difference when you’re trying to incorporate spring touches into your décor. Swap out your vessels for white vases throughout your home. You can often find some really lovely milk glass or vintage ones at local thrift stores. Using white vessels instantly brightens the space and helps your spring flowers really pop.

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Fresh art prints

We’re big fans of switching around art prints each season to change the overall vibe of a space, but feel free to get creative. Make a gallery wall where you didn’t have one before of botanical art prints. Or just swap out the usual artwork for something brighter and more fun.

These Talking Out of Turn art prints are one of our favorite ways to mix and match our wall décor. Combine a sweet floral art print with a bright, colorful photo print for a fun spring vibe.

Rearrange your books

via SF Girl By Bay

If books are already a major part of your décor, consider changing things up for a more spring-inspired look. Depending on your collection, you could arrange them by spring hues as a fun focal point, or maybe just pull your favorite titles that speak to you this season. You could also hit up your local used bookstore to stock up on some affordable, aesthetically pleasing books that need a home.

Spring wallpaper

via A Cozy And Light-Filled Minnesota Home Tour

Removable wallpaper is one of our favorite decorating hacks, and there are so many options that are perfect for spring. Whether you’re a floral lover or a minimalist, there’s a perfect peel n’ stick wallpaper out there for you. And you don’t have to go crazy with it to make a big impact. If you aren’t ready to commit to an accent wall, get creative! Use removable wallpaper for your built-ins, backs of bookcases, to make statement stairs or just in any little nook you can find!

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Author: Samantha Welker

Samantha Welker is the business manager at Glitter Guide. She has an Master's in Corporate Finance & Sustainability from Harvard Business School but prefers working in the creative industry. She also hosts a weekly business podcast for creative women called Pretty Okay Podcast. She loves spending time with her husband and her son, Rocky, in sunny San Diego. Follow along on Instagram