Spring is a great time of year to showcase beautiful flowers and vignettes on your tables, countertops, and shelving. Let me show you some gorgeous ideas for your spring home decor!
If you’ve been following the blog for any length of time, you probably know that I LOVE tablescapes! You can find many beautiful tablescapes for all seasons by clicking here. In this post, I’m going to focus on tablescapes and centerpieces for the upcoming spring season. If your home is still covered in snow, hang in there and pin some inspiration for a few months later. Thanks for stopping by the blog today! 🙂
1. SPRING PINK FLOWERS GALORE BY HOME STORIES A TO Z
For my large centerpiece, I tucked lilies, hypericum berries, tulips, and greenery into a bowl and propped it up on two cake stands. I then scattered some faux Easter eggs around the base of the cake stand to incorporate a touch of blue. The end result is stunning!
2. CLEVER TIPS FOR YOUR SPRING DINING ROOM BY HOME STORIES A TO Z
Tall and full centerpieces are lovely, but do not always make for great eye contact across the table. Instead, I used several smaller arrangements to fill the table. You can find all the sourcing information in this post!
3. SPRING BREAKFAST ROOM BY HOME STORIES A TO Z
A simple white pitcher filled with greens is perfect for our spring breakfast room! This is my favorite room in our home! You can find several posts dedicated to the renovation of this room here.
4. MOTHER’S DAY SPRING TABLE BY HOME STORIES A TO Z
Flowers can easily be coordinated with spring linens! I took my floral napkins with me to Trader Joe’s, and was able to pick my flowers quickly based on that inspiration.
5. NEUTRALS AND GREENS FOR SPRING TABLE DECOR BY HOME STORIES A TO Z
Almost every centerpiece I create incorporates both faux and real greenery and flowers. When you mix the two together, it always helps the faux seem less faux! In the table runner, I’ve used faux olive trees with a faux garland and real flowering pear branches.
6. LUSH GREEN BREAKFAST ROOM BY HOME STORIES A TO Z
Ice buckets, pails, crocks, etc. make great vases for floral arrangements! For an inexpensive and no-nonsense look, I love to clip a few branches from the yard. If you don’t readily have access to your own branches, consider asking a friend or take a walk through some woods with some clippers in hand.😉
7. MODERN FARMHOUSE SPRING TABLE BY HOME STORIES A TO Z
A few vases of flowers, or potted plants is all you need for your farmhouse table. Keep your centerpieces simple so that the focus is on the food and conversation.
8. BOHO CHIC SPRING OUTDOOR TABLE BY HOME STORIES A TO Z
Don’t be scared to repurpose items and try something new! Thinking outside the box with your table decor delights guests and adds whimsy to your table setting. Here, I repurposed the Crystal Resin Wastebasket as a vase for my centerpiece and filled it with several inexpensive bouquets of flowers from Walmart.