7 Spring Decorations Under $25 That Will Totally Transform Your Home
Put away the heavy blankets and fireplace accessories. These spring decorations will transition your home from winter to spring.
During the winter season, it’s all about heavy textures and darker hues, but for spring, you’ll want to bring some cheerful accents in to celebrate the warmer weather and beautiful nature of the season. There are so many spring decorating ideas out there, so you can take your pick based on your own personal style. Hang spring wreaths on your front door, or display spring centerpieces on your dining table for any gatherings. Take a look our favorite spring decorations below—they’re all affordable, too.
Blue Floral Embroidered Square Throw Pillow
Swap out that faux fur throw for something bright and bold. We love the embroidered floral details on this one—place it on a bed, sofa, or a favorite armchair.
To buy: $19; target.com.
Pierced Ceramic Eggs
It’s never too early to put the Easter decorations on display. The terracotta eggs act like lanterns with hand-punched patterns—just put a flameless candle inside.
To buy: $23; potterybarn.com.
Threshold Artificial Lemon Wreath
Wake up your door with a bright hue, like the yellow artificial lemons on this wreath. Even though it’s faux, not fresh, it still looks very realistic and you can keep it on your door through the summer, too.
To buy: $25; target.com.
Update your kitchen counter with this pretty storage canister in Le Creuset’s newest color for spring, Provence. Lavender will be a big color trend this year, so this is the perfect way to incorporate the hue into your existing decor.
To buy: $25; lecreuset.com.
Gardenshire Dinner Plate
Bring the garden indoors. The handpainted floral design is so delicate and elegant—they’re almost too pretty to eat off of. Plus, they’re dishwasher- and microwave-safe.
To buy: $20; anthropologie.com.
Easter Bunny Place Card Holder
Add a little bit of whimsy to your Easter brunch table with these adorable place card holders. The silver finish makes it less kitschy, more modern.
To buy: $5; crateandbarrel.com.
Tulip Natural Doormat
First impressions are everything, so put out the welcome mat for any houseguests. This heavy-duty doormat can withstand just about anything, so your floors can stay squeaky clean.
To buy: $20; amazon.com.