Saturday, March 31, 2012

Spring Forward with Tasteful Spring decor

With the arrival of spring, here is some inspiration and simple tips to freshen up your decor while keeping a classic look.
White is the perfect neutral to bring out for spring. Added pops of color look sophistocated and are appreciated rather than seeming over done.
Subtle additions to your decor such as spring florals or a colored throw are also nice touches.
Throw an Easter brunch! Incorporate some of the ideas shown here if you want to make it a little something special.
Not your typical spring pastels but these unexpected blues on this tablescape are so refreshing. How simple yet incredible is the centerpiece with the colored eggs and magnolia branches?!
White linens and serverware are perfect since you can add whatever colors to your tablescape you desire to fit the occasion. The little colored egg place settings are a sweet touch.
Little colored take out containters filled with goodies placed at each guests setting make the perfect favor. The tiny egg ornaments hanging from branches is a darling addition.
Obviously, centerpieces work best when they don't inhibit conversation. I love the idea of these large branches since they make a large impact but still allow guests to mingle across the table. You can never go wrong with the classic robin egg blue and white decor for spring. HGTV also has several other ideas for Easter table decor.
Imagine various sizes, colors and shapes of bottles running down the center of your table... Pop in some fresh stems for a simple and fail proof table scape.
Or, another take on vase groupings using milk glass. If you are like me and have a large collection of bud vases you've saved, why not give them a coat of white paint to unify them for a more cohesive look? Here is a simple tutorial, just using a little spray paint.
Freshen up your front door with a beautiful hydrangea wreath.
Or... if you are wanting something a little less orthodox, why not consider creating something similar to this? Tutorial here.

Do you have any favorite spring decor traditions?

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