21 Spring Decorating Ideas to Freshen Up Your Home

Floral patterns, soft colors, and breezy textures can bring a relaxed springtime feel to every room in the house.

sunroom with hanging swing and blue wall

Adam Albright

Welcome spring by giving your home a refresh. We're sharing our favorite spring decorating ideas to help you transition your space for the season. While florals are always popular this time of year, you don't have to wallpaper the entire house to give it an update. Once you've finished your spring cleaning, add a few colorful accents, cozy textures, and fresh flowers to your living space. Fluff up your throw pillows, cut some fresh greenery from your garden, and take inspiration from our favorite springtime decor ideas.

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Floral Furniture

white sunroom with floral chair cushions and rattan light

Kim Cornelison

Floral upholstery and a vase of fresh flowers bring a springtime look to this bright dining space. A handful of potted plants scattered throughout the room bring seasonal greenery indoors, while a woven rug and rattan light fixture add natural texture to the space.

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Bedroom Wallpaper

bedroom with pink wallpaper and pink bedding

Read McKendree Photography

Bright floral wallpaper adds a bit of playfulness to this muted bedroom color scheme. Bold wallpaper patterns make decorating the rest of a room easy as it creates a focal point and provides a color palette to pull from. Peachy curtains, blush sheets, and an assortment of pink throw pillows tie the space together.

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Natural Textures

dark blue shelf with cutting boards and vase of greenery

Nicole Pankopp

Pair natural textures with fresh greenery for a subtle springtime look. Here, a large vase of eucalyptus branches enlivens an assortment of wooden spoons, serving trays, and cutting boards that stand ready for outdoor entertaining.

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Cherry Blossom Wreath

pink wreath white door
Marty Baldwin

Bright cherry blossoms are a sure sign of spring. Even if the vibrant pink trees don't bloom in your neighborhood, you can enjoy their beauty at home with this DIY spring decoration. Make a faux cherry blossom wreath for your front door using a handful of materials from the crafts store and use a pretty green ribbon to hold the spring wreath in place.

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Neutral Dining Room

dining room with white table and woven shade


You don't have to deck your home in pastels or bright shades to decorate for spring. In this neutral dining space, natural textures, faux plants, and muted green chairs evoke a fresh, calm feeling without overwhelming the space with color. A vintage botanical wall print further nods to nature.

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Spring Flowers

white vase of pink flowers on silver tray

Jason Donnelly

A bouquet of fresh spring flowers can brighten any space for the season. Here, an assortment of ranunculus—which typically bloom in early spring—in a white ceramic pitcher pop against the neutral backdrop of this kitchen.

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Screened-In Porch Ideas

sun porch with string lights

Brie Williams

If the weather isn't quite warm enough for outdoor entertaining, dress up a screened-in porch in springy hues instead. A floral tablecloth and matching throw pillows add color to the space, while string lights overhead create ambience.

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Bathroom Wallpaper

bathroom with blue wall and floral wallpaper

Stacy Zarin Goldberg Photography LLC

Thanks to their versatility, neutral floral patterns are an ideal choice for more permanent design elements like traditional wallpaper or furniture upholstery. Here, a black and white floral pattern evokes spring along with a vase of bright yellow blooms. As the seasons change, simply swap out accessories like hand towels to transition the space to summer or fall.

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Spring Coffee Table Decor

coffee table with books flowers and disco ball

Annie Schlechter

You don't need to repaint the walls or buy new throw pillows to decorate for spring. Adding just one new element can invigorate a room without blowing your decor budget. Here, a textured white vase of bright yellow blooms brings new life to this setup of coffee table books and beach-inspired decor. A sparkling disco ball catches natural light pouring through the windows and bounces it around the room as a reminder that gloomy winter days are over.

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Spring Florals

bedroom with floral headboard

David Land

Floral prints might seem a bit cliche when it comes to spring decorating, but there are plenty of ways to make botanical patterns work with any design style. Here, a deer painting gives a floral headboard and leafy throw pillows a charming country cottage feel.

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Sunroom Swing

sunroom with hanging swing and blue wall

Adam Albright

A cozy sunroom is ideal for early spring, when it's not quite warm enough to spend the day outdoors but you still want to admire all the spring blooms. Here, an assortment of pastel throw pillows creates an inviting seat on an indoor porch swing. An antique bird poster framed by olive green curtains serves as a reminder that spring is on the way.

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Decorate with Houseplants

blue wall with floral art and potted plant

Marty Baldwin

As spring bulbs begin to pop up outdoors, an assortment of low-maintenance houseplants can bring the color of the season indoors. Incorporate a variety of plants with interesting textures and colors, then pair with a vintage botanical print.

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Decorate with Pink

gray couch against pink walls with flowers on coffee table

Carson Downing

Light pink tones evoke springtime cherry blossoms and Easter bunny ears. The shade gives this living room a cozy, relaxed feel without feeling too saccharine. Blush-colored walls, a rosy pink blanket, and vase of fresh lilies carries the sweet color scheme throughout the room.

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Spring Throw Pillows

orange couch with pink pillows and pink flowers

Helen Elizabeth Norman

The deep orange sofa in this living space gets a seasonal lift with the addition of mismatched pink throw pillows. A blue vase adds a pop of complementary color, while ranunculus in the same shades as the pillows help tie the space together.

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Pink and Blue Color Scheme

white living room with gallery wall and layered rugs

David A. Land

A gallery wall filled with pink and blue art prints provides the color scheme for the rest of this airy living room. The hues continue on the throw pillows and tabletop accessories, while layered rugs in neutral tones help ground the space and add a relaxed, lived-in feel.

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White Dining Room

white dining room with rattan light

Joyelle West Photography

This coastal-inspired dining space is an ideal gathering spot for late spring get-togethers. Large windows make the room bright and airy, while soft, neutral textures featured on the throw pillows keep the breakfast nook bench comfortable. A leafy indoor tree incorporates the greenery of the outdoors, while a rattan pendant light adds texture and breaks up the primarily white space.

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Spring Window Treatments

blue upholstered bench with white curtains

John Bessler

Woven shades and white flowy curtains allow light to flood into this living space while still providing the option for privacy. The natural textures of the side table and area rug match the shades and bring an earthy element to the space, while a large houseplant and fresh orchid provide a pop of seasonal greenery.

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Spring Gallery Wall

light blue wall with gray couch and gallery wall of frames

Blaine Moats

This breezy living room features accessories that can easily transition to summer as the weather heats up. Pink and metallic throw pillows match the neutral woven rug, adding layers of texture to the space. The sky-blue side table pairs well with the various shades of blue in the art prints featured in a gallery wall.

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Pop of Color

white bathroom with floral wallpaper

Jay Wilde

Floral wallpaper adds a splash of color to this otherwise neutral bathroom. Since the space is small, using wallpaper on only the top third of the wall keeps the space bright and draws the eye upward to visually expand the room. The greens and pinks in the wallpaper are muted enough to match any decorating style, but when paired with a vase of fresh pink flowers, it gives a distinctly springy feel to the bathroom.

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Colorful Entryway

entryway with blue wall and orange door

Jason Donnelly

With sky-blue walls and colorful throw pillows, this lively entryway is ready to welcome spring visitors. Decorative hooks hold everything necessary for running out the door during spring showers, and a simple metallic shelf is just the right size for a small vase of freshly-picked blooms. If you're feeling bold, consider painting your front door for the season; this peachy shade is perfect for warmer months.

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Floral Wallpaper Ideas

marble bathroom counter with gray and green wallpaper

Julie Soefer

Despite walls covered in patterned wallpaper, this tiny bathroom is tranquil thanks to neutral finishes and fixtures. Chrome sconces and marble countertops feel timeless, while a bouquet of fresh flowers uses bright, contrasting colors to breathe life into the room.

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