Spring Home Tour Blog Hop
Now, I can’t wait to share the Spring touches that I have added into my home. At the end of the blog, be sure to tour 12 more beautiful homes styled for the season by my inspiring blogger friends!
First, let me share some of my favorite home decor trends of 2020! Then, see if you can spot them in my home!
- Modern wood paneling – Hello, new wall above my fireplace! Simple, clean lines.
- Natural woven materials – Think about amazing cane detailing, rattan mirrors, wicker baskets and trays, and jute rugs…it adds so much texture to a room.
- High contrast – All white kitchens will always be classic. However, contrast is currently on trend! So, keep your kitchen white but repaint the kitchen island and polish up the butcher block for warmth.
- Navy blue plus shades of green – Y’all know that blue is the 2020 color of the year. However, green is playing so well with neutrals that we have to let green ‘sit with us.’
- Vintage finds – I think it is true what they say… ‘what goes around comes around.’ Actually, don’t we just find new old things to love each year? My current love is this organically shaped wood bowl.
Spring Home Tour
The living room is currently my favorite space in my house. It is bright and refreshing, yet filled with lots of warm wood tones and natural elements. Consequently, it gets the best light in the house.
You can’t go wrong with green plants to make your home feel alive, especially for Spring. However, I am not a plant lady. Therefore, most of my plants and flowers are faux. Just kidding, they all are.
Blue and green with neutral colors seem so natural and so calming to me. It will always be my favorite color combination to use any time of year. However, these colors really makes my happy during the Spring.
I recently shared the details of this simple Spring tablescape on my blog, here.
For Spring touches in my kitchen, I added some color and pattern with a new rug. Then, I pulled out some favorites from my decor stash like the Magnolia wall art and a woven hyacinth tray for my coffee bar station.
I shared more kitchen styling tips, here.
More natural elements like wicker and woven hyacinth are used in my family room. It adds the much needed texture and warmth amongst my blue rug and sectional. Even though, I could swim in a sea of blue.
Since blue is the color of the year, there is an abundance of blue home decor available. For example these light blue pillows are a recent find from Kirklands.
The Spring Home Tour continues…
Now head to French Creek Farmhouse to see how she added Spring touches to her farmhouse. Be sure to check out the rest of the Home Tour!!
|Sweet Pembroke Home
|Stacy Ling Bricks ‘n Blooms
|French Creek Farmhouse
|Rain and Pine
|The Curated Farmhouse
|The Tattered Pew
|Itty Bitty Farmhouse
|Miranda in Charlotte
I hope you feel inspired for the new season ahead! Most importantly, thank you for taking the Cuter Tudor Spring Home tour. Please save this post to your Pinterest board by tapping the top left of the pic below.