10 Cheery Decor Ideas to Welcome in Spring


It’s almost that time of the year again when the long, dreary winter comes to an end. There are several things we can do to welcome the warmer weather, such as spring cleaning, embracing the outdoors, or maybe even redecorating our indoor spaces to feel the change of the new season coming on.

There are lots of cheery decor ideas, and you don’t have to do all of them, but the ones listed here will hopefully give you some inspo to at least get the ball rolling. 

Flower Display

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Can you ever go wrong with a simple flower display? For your floral arrangement, try opting for seasonal blooms to take advantage of all the glories that spring has to offer. Think cosmos, tulips, zinnias, nasturtiums, or even a combination of some of them to turn a bare table into an inviting gathering spot.

Change Your Bedding

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If you want to welcome the spring, then why not change your bedding to lighter and brighter colors? Since temperatures are warming up, it’s probably time to pack away your winter bedding in exchange for lighter blankets. In doing so, you could also opt for lighter bedding and sheets to brighten up your bedroom.

Fresh Decorative Pillows

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Replace your knitted, wooly, and wintery throw pillows with lighter and more colorful ones to give your living area a spring update. Colors that embrace the change of seasons include greens, whites, pinks, yellows, or flower patterns.

Get Closer to the Outdoors

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Spring and summer are the best seasons to take advantage of the lovely outdoors. To fully embrace the outdoors in your home, you could position your couch or dining room table directly next to a big window. Now, you can easily bask in the sun’s healing rays.

Garden Inspired Decor

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To ring in the new season, why not try to go for garden-inspired decor? This can be anything from floral wallpaper to botanical biodiversity posters.

Bold Colors

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Embrace spring colors by introducing bold colors in the dining or living areas. This can be in the form of a bright tablecloth or bright couch throws, to name a few.

Pinks Pops

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Pink is one of the ultimate spring colors, so why not add pops of pink in the form of blankets, vases, throws, pillowcases, or whatever you have lying around in this spring-suiting shade?

Bright Light

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Brighten up your living spaces with bright light fixtures. To go a step further, you can add decorative touches that match the hue of the light fixture.

Pastel Tones

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Replace your red and dark-shaded accessories with pastel hues, as they are not only appropriate for spring, but they are also Easter-appropriate. Think soft pinks, lemon yellow, and robin’s-egg blue, as these colors scream spring (and Easter, too).

Introduce More Mirrors

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To take advantage of the brighter and longer days, you could introduce more mirrors into your living spaces. Mirrors are great for a ‘more space’ illusion, and they also bounce light around, which will essentially brighten up any room if there is enough light to begin with.

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The home design trends that are so popular today will be out of style tomorrow. The “in” styles usually start at the designer level before trickling down to the public. It’s helpful to look ahead at the next trends when having work done for your home. What’s in today among the public may already be on its way out and no longer be used by designers.

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