Spring House Tour And Decorating Ideas

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Simple and easy ideas for celebrating the season and for decorating your home for spring!

looking through a front door into a foyer with spring decorPin

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As we adjust to our temporary “new normal” right now, I quickly found that I do best by keeping things on the home front as normal as possible. Yes, I’m all for following the guidelines set forth by the proper authorities, but I refuse to allow myself to sink into a spirit of fear and anxiety.  God doesn’t want us to live that way!

I’m saying all of that to say that you’ll pretty much find business as usual here at Worthing Court and I hope that some of it will brighten your day as well!

Watching the view outside my windows come back to life after the long and dreary winter, makes my soul happy.  Trees are blooming and the dogwoods are about to burst forth with their gorgeous blossoms!  I’m so thrilled to have you stop by for a visit today!  Come on in and let’s look around a bit.

I kept things suuuper simple in my foyer this spring.  The biggest change that I made in here was to replace the arched mirror, that usually hangs above the chest, with a painting that my aunt did years ago.  The bright and cheery colors set the tone for the season as soon as you walk through the door!

colorful oil painting hanging above gray chestPin

Our foyer opens up into the family room where I spread lots of small doses of blue and white around my family room, simply by using a few new pillow covers and other items that I already had on hand.

view from foyer looking into a family roomPin

fireplace decorated for spring flanked by two gray chairsPin

All of the pillow covers came from my Favorite Spring And Easter Decor shop in my Amazon storefront.  I’ve selected so many cute and affordable things to use around your home to decorate with this season!  You can get to my Amazon storefront by clicking HERE, if you’d like to check it out.

gray chair with two blue and white pillowsPin

two blue and white spring pillows on a gray chairPin

spring family room decorPin

I can’t forget about the greenery!  I mean, what would be spring without greenery -right??? You’ll find faux greenery on my mantel and hearth…..

white fireplace with spring decorationsPin

…..and live greenery in the tray that I’ve placed on my coffee table, where I’ve embellished the vignette with a cute concrete bird resting in a bird nest .  I think that having a mix of both real and faux greenery in a room is a good combination. Don’t you?

spring vignette in a woven trayPin

I used that same mix of real and faux greenery on the shelves in my breakfast room where I created what I’m calling my indoor potting station.  😀

breakfast room with table, chairs and open shelves decorated for springPin

I’ve always wanted one, so I decided to create my own version inside!  I went to town with all shapes and sizes of terra cotta pots and trays.

open shelves decorated for spring with terra cotta pots and greeneryPin

spring decor using a variety of terra cotta potsPin

And I pulled even more real and faux greenery over onto the table to use in my centerpiece!

table centerpiece with terra cotta pots and greenery displayed at different levelsPin

I hope you enjoyed your visit today. Come back on Friday when I’ll be giving you a full tour of my spring front porch!  What is spring looking like inside your home, my friend?

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  1. Kathy Menold says:

    Spring has definitely arrived in the Piedmont area of North Carolina. I agree in these stressful times that keeping our normal routines is especially important. Yesterday I spent some time outside divided my Hostas and made 7 pots of new plants to to share even if I just drop them by friends homes without making contact. The Dogwoods and Viburnum are about to burst and the tulips I planted last fall in containers are beautiful. Inside my Easter decor has been finished and even it is only going to be dinner for 2 this year ,the table will be pretty and the dinner as traditional as possible. Thankyou for your thoughts and inspiration.

    1. Wow – you’ve been busy! I love hostas, but unfortunately so do the deer around our house. 🙁 Stay well!

  2. When you do a tour of your room please show all the room. You show one or two walls but would like to see the other two walls to see how it flows and the complete area. I am a big fan of your blog and your rooms. In fact I am using your design in my house now. Thank you and stay safe. God bless.

    1. Sometimes, actually a lot of the time, the other side of the room isn’t photo worthy. LOL If there’s anything in particular you’d like to see, I’d be glad to email you a picture or we could even jump on a FaceTime together (if you don’t mind the area not be styled). Stay well!

      1. HI!
        Always love your home tours. Touches of color is so welcoming in every room.
        Sometimes very tight color pallets can be so very boring. Like BIEGE-Biege or even BIEGE-White.
        I love your “potting station” shelving in your breakfast room.
        Years ago we bought a potting bench at Homepot. Placed it near our BBQ.
        Worked great for potting and also as a
        Prepping area for the BBQ..
        Have you decided what paint color you will use on that adorable blue side table in your family room?

  3. I love what you have done to decorate for Spring, especially those cute pillows! I really like that you are posting good finds on Amazon. I love ‘window’ shopping and this is a fun virtual way of doing it.

    1. Thank you, Melanie! Stay well!

  4. Your home looks fresh and beautiful! Especially love the shelves in your dining room with all the greenery!

    1. Thank you! It’s probably the closest I’ll ever get to having an actual potting station. 😀

  5. Linda E Scheller says:

    Did you paint the chest in your foyer? If so, what paint and color did you use? It looks so pretty! Thank you!

    1. Hi Linda. I painted the chest with Sherwin Williams Network Gray.

  6. Love your “potting bench” and the plant display on your table! I may use this for inspiration in my dining room after my Easter display is put away.

  7. Josee Turner says:

    It looks great! Thank you for sharing.

  8. The dish rack in your breakfast room is an amazing idea. What and where did you get It?

  9. I am curious about the dish stand. Would be fun for a buffet setting ,too.. Love all the greenery. It is a boost after this winter. I am new to your Blog , but certainly enjoyed my visit.

  10. Bernadette says:

    Your home looks lovely, especially your aunt’s painting.

  11. Lynne Taylor says:

    I love your painting on chest that your Aunt painted. It is so vibrant and full of color!

  12. Your spring decor is so beautiful! Happy spring!

  13. Your spring decor looks so beautiful! Happy spring!

  14. nedra wilson says:

    I love the new potting “bench”! A very creative idea to bring spring in the room. Please tell me the source of the terra cotta pots without a rim at the top? I especially like those. Thank you!

  15. Can you tell me where you get most of your water hyacinth decor pieces….loving them. They give so much texture to the room!!!

  16. Suzy, how beautiful your home is. So fresh and bright. I have to ask, what color is your stair handrail and post? I am looking for a shade of black to paint our handrail but everything comes off gray.

  17. Hi…First time to your site and I love it! Your beautiful decorating is so inspiring! Could you tell me where you got the pillow with the gray branches and the blue bird on it? I just love that you use so many nature inspired touches in your decor. Thanks so much!

  18. Sleep Center says:

    This spring house tour is absolutely lovely. The fresh and vibrant decor truly brings the season indoors. It’s inspiring to see how a few well-chosen elements can transform a space into a springtime haven.