Simple And Easy Spring Decor In The Dining Room

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My dining room is proof that spring has arrived at Worthing Court!

Simple and easy Spring dining room decorPin

 The calendar may not agree, but my heart says that now that March has arrived, spring must surely be here.

Simple and easy spring decor in the dining roomPin

Spring is a time for renewal – everything is fresh and green!

Nothing complicated, fussy or stodgy will do.

Simple and easy spring decor in the dining roomPin

 Taking center stage on the table is a large white urn that is filled with grocery store orchids in all their glory.  I could get lost in their amazing blooms.

Green Spanish moss and faux moss covered rocks create a base that hides the orchid pots.

Grocery store orchids fill a large urn on a dining room table decorated for springPin

Reindeer moss covered orbs are placed in the zinc planters that flank the orchid filled urn.

Styrofoam balls covered with reindeer moss and placed in zinc planters flank an orchid filled urn as part of spring decor in a dining roomPin

It is very easy to make your own moss covered orbs.  Simply hot glue reindeer moss to styrofoam balls.  Reindeer moss is available by the bag at your local craft store.  

A spring centerpiece on a dining room table consisting of an orchid filled urn flanked by reindeer moss covered styrofoam balls in zinc plantersPin

 The sideboard holds a very simple arrangement of three various sized white pots.  Each one is sporting its own faux greenery orb.

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 Nothing could be easier to put together!

An easy spring dining room vignette made up of various sized urns topped with faux greenery orbsPin

 When using lots of greenery – real or faux – in my decor, I like to mix varying shades of green together.  It adds interest and keeps things from looking same, same.

Easy and simple spring decor in a dining roomPin

 So how about you – has spring arrived at your house?

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  1. Penny @ The Comforts of Home says:

    I just picked up a couple of grocery store orchids too! Love your moss orbs…

  2. Everything looks so lovely, Suzy! Spring has sprung at your lovely home.
    Be a sweetie
    Shelia 😉

  3. Orchids are so graceful and I love them on a dining room table. Your colors foreshadow Easter and really help start Spring. We are still frozen here in the NE with subzero wind chills. Spring is likely still a month off since the snow needs to melt first. But it’s good to get a little warm breeze via blogland. Appreciate you stopping by to see our Roman shades. Best, Jane

  4. Suzy, Everything looks so pretty. I love all your greens and the orchids are absolutely gorgeous. Love the pic across the table looking toward the sideboard.

    1. Thank you, sweet Ginger. So wonderful to hear from you. Hope you’ve been doing well in this crazy winter! Of course, I bet it hasn’t been so bad down your way. lol Many hugs to you!

  5. Dawn Reeves says:

    I just created a similar orchid centerpiece! I love the urn you used. I had something similar to use but it wasn’t big enough! I wish spring would arrive already this winter has been brutal!

    1. Thank you, Dawn. I’ve been wanting a huge urn like this for a looong time, but never would purchase one until I stumbled across this one for a great price at HomeGoods!

  6. Lynda Brandly says:

    Spring can’t come too soon and it looks like it’s already arrived in your dining room! It’s lovely and I love the fresh colors you used!
    love and blessings~
    Lynda @ Gates of Crystal

    1. Thank you, Lynda! I totally agree with you – hurry up spring!

  7. Oh it all looks so lovely Suzy! And can I just tell you how much I love seeing your beautiful dining set? I sometimes feel like everyone is painting their darker, traditional dining room furniture and I just still love mine so much the way it is which is very similar to yours. It’s refreshing to know that I’m not the only one and your entire space is gorgeous!

    1. Thank you, Vanessa! I know exactly what you mean about everyone painting their furniture. I’ve been tempted to paint a few pieces of mine, but I think that like many things, it’s a trend that will eventually fade away. And then I’d be stuck – no taking it off once it’s on! lol I do have a couple of cheapo pieces that I wouldn’t mind attacking with a paintbrush though. 😀

  8. barbgarrettnc says:

    This is absolutely beautiful, my friend. Just simple and fresh and oh so Springeey. I love the white soup tureen and especially the orchids. <3 This inspires me to get a move on in my own house. 😉 xxoo, Barb

  9. Your spring decor looks very fresh and pretty, Suzy. I like the varying shades of greens and textures. It definitely feels like spring here in North Carolina, yes? I’m ready for sure. 🙂

    Visiting from Inspire Me Tuesday — have a great day!


  10. I actually saw moss covered rocks at Michael’s just yesterday, thought they were interesting, but didn’t know how to use them. Voila!!!!!! Love how you used them with the orchids, which I am addicted to!!!!! Back to Michael’s!!!!