When winter is finally over, it’s time to give your home a little spring décor update. Just as it’s necessary (and inspiring) to transition your wardrobe into the new season, it’s also important to outfit your home in a way that springs it forward, with fresh color combinations, lighter textures, and, of course, lots of greenery.
Trust us—dressing up your home in its spring finest is going to be almost as fun as the first day that it’s warm enough to wear shorts: You might question whether you can pull it off, but at the end of the day, you’ll feel stylish, confident, and as cool as a spring breeze. Scope out some our favorite spring décor ideas to get you started.
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Bring out Your Colorful Glassware
Spring is typically the season where we reintroduce color to our wardrobes, so nothing says spring like a gorgeous gradient color story. In this kitchen, organizing glassware by color turns it into artful décor. Because sometimes, spring color isn’t about choosing one shade; it’s about embracing them all.
Wallpaper It Up
Perhaps it’s time for fresh prints? The leaf-print wallpaper in this bathroom creates major spring vibes that bring the entire space to life (and a whole new meaning to freshening up).
Choose Bold Colors
To give your home a burst of spring energy, go even bolder with your color combinations. Vibrant shades of red and turquoise set an energetic tone in this dining room, making it an ideal spot for sparkling conversations (and sparkling bevies) at your first spring dinner party.
Swap Your Winter Throw
To put a little spring in the step of a bright white living room, sometimes all you need is a colorful décor accent. Try adding a brighter throw to your favorite chair to give your reading nook some personality.
When it comes to spring color choices, it’s hard to beat the appeal of teal. The blue-green shade is a subtle way to bring the outdoors in, evoking everything from oceans, to plant life, to sunny skies.
Update Your Patio
Spring is the beginning of patio season, so to get your terrace or backyard in shape for a little bit of outdoor entertaining, try creating a luxe lounge moment with low seating, scattered tie-dye throws, and an assortment of colorful pillows that makes it feel less like patio furniture and more like the setting of a chic garden soirée.
Add in Blooms
Spring blooms are a perfect way to give a dining room a bright update that keeps things feeling fresh year-round. Maybe, just maybe, you’ll remember to stop and smell the roses from time to time.
Consider Rattan Furniture
Add spring vibes to a space with the chic combination of rattan furniture and bright colors, both of which help any home lighten up for long days. Whether pops of pink and green remind you more of your favorite flowers or a new spring dress, it’s all about letting these colors and textures give us a little slice of spring break.
Make Stripes Pop
Stripes may be the unofficial pattern of spring, but if you really want to make your stripes pop, try mixing them with florals and greens. This banquette takes dining to the next level with a high-contrast palette of black, white, green, and orange. Ghost chairs keep the entire seating area feeling light—just the way we like our spring décor to feel.
An all-white living room is a designer go-to for a breath of fresh spring air. To nail the clean, crisp, bleached-out look, layer white textures using furniture, rugs, throws, accessories, and, of course, paint. Even if the forecast calls for April showers, the illuminating effect of white-on-white décor is sure to brighten any day.
Match Your Colors
Spring is a good excuse to brighten up a room with a few unexpected pops of color, like the chartreuse accents in this living room. To prevent a space from looking too wild, keep décor focused and connected with bright throw pillows and flowers in matching hues.
Decorate With Pastels
We’ll take any excuse to work a little bit of blush into a room, and it just so happens that pastels are perfect shades for ushering in warmer weather in any room. Pale shades like blush and teal work particularly well in a bedroom, where they help to set a soft mood.
Get Inspired by Nature
Shifting into a spring mindset often signals an opportunity to reconnect our homes with nature. Natural woven textures combined with an outdoors-inspired color palette of green, tan, and white gives this open living room a fresh spring feeling.