After a long winter and the fast approach of warmer temperatures, it’s time to spruce up not just your wardrobe but your home as well. While fur, plaid, and branches are lovely accents for winter, this time of year we’re more interested in incorporating green plants, breezy drapery, and lightweight linens into our décor. Just like a new spring dress will do wonders for your personal style (and your mood!), the below ideas will transform your home into a cheery, bright space perfectly suited for this season of growth and fresh starts.
Dish It Out
Use hand-me-down china and succulents to create a quirky indoor garden with a vintage touch. Get the tutorial at A Cultivated Nest.
An Abundance of Green
This blogger’s greenery (and she has a lot of it!) became her favorite part of her living room because it adds “so much life and calmness” to the room. Read more at Designlovefest.
A Pop of Color
If your home is sleek and monochromatic, a selection of scattered plants can act as a main pop of color. Look for foliage that’s bright and playful. Large palms or caladiums are ideal and make a big statement within neutral spaces. Read more at Decorilla Interior Designers.
Drawing a Blank
Need to fill an awkward space? Large plants in colorful containers are the missing pieces to your puzzle, and add a little something to a blank wall. Read more at A House in the Hills.
While bouquets of flowers are beautiful, they are frustratingly fleeting. Instead, consider a small collection of greenery that will last from season to season and give you the organic vibe you desire. Read more at Decor Aid.
This sansevieria is right at home in a clean, white bathroom. Try one in your master bath for a spa-like transformation. Read more at crab+fish.
Cute topiaries perfectly flank a large mirror on a mantel. This blogger added moss and twigs to her pots for an organic, overgrown look. Get the tutorial from Classic Casual Home.