To update my home for spring this year, I decided to add some green decor accents. Green is a color associated with the new life of spring! We see our grass change from brown to green almost before our eyes. And green shoots of spring onions pop through the earth. So it only seems natural to bring this shadow inside!
Welcome to my Spring Home Tour! This seasonal tour is organized by Marty from a walk through life. If you are visiting here today from 11 Magnolia Lane, welcome! I always love to see Christy and Amy’s tours! And if you are new here, I would like to introduce myself. I am Doreen and you will find that my home decor is a diverse mix of vintage and newer pieces. Let’s start today’s tour in the living room, where I was inspired to add some green decor accents that would emphasize the green ship’s wall.
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My favorite accent here is the vintage frame and print over the fireplace. I found the frame from a seller on the Facebook marketplace. The detail on this wooden frame is simply beautiful. And the vintage print of sheep on a hill goes so well with the green ship’s wall.
Another vintage find from Facebook Marketplace is this mirror that I hung over the library table. The glass is a little distorted and the mirror is slightly etched, but that’s okay with me. And did you notice the new curtains? I discovered that Fabric on the Ballard Designs website and fell in love! The print consists mainly of shades of gray with a hint of green.
The basket on the library table is another new find. I found it at Goodwill for around $ 3. The pillow cases from H & M Home shown here. And the pretty litter with the black and cream-colored tassels was a find from HomeGoods!
I did that on the sofa too green velvet pillow with more fabric at Ballard Designs. And structured this, shaggy dot cushions from Kirkland are amazing!
Dining room and kitchen
Now let’s go to the dining room and see what curtains I hung there!
I’ve used these black and white checkered curtain panels here before. I actually made it from an Ikea duvet. The fabric is heavy and woven, so I didn’t care for a lining for her. And something has changed here. We got a new dining table and chairs. Well, new for us! The table is from Pottery Barn, but is another find on the Facebook marketplace! It was only $ 300 and is in excellent shape. I’m a little unsure about the tone of the wood. Can I take it off or maybe just paint my legs? I’m not sure yet.
The main reason for the purchase was that, with a growing family, we needed a table that could be expanded with a leaf. And this one does. The chairs did not come to the table. I knew I wanted a ladder-style chair back, so I searched the Facebook marketplace until I found a set of six chairs (I had to look up several times a day for about three weeks). These chairs are made of solid wood and are so beautiful and heavy. Both the table and the chairs would have been far outside our price range if they had been bought new. But the entire set, slightly used, was under $ 500!
I brought some new plants for the brass sheet to the kitchen counter. These little green decor accents are the entire kitchen that is needed for spring.
These hydrangeas have lasted over a week now! My secret is to keep them fresh for so long – just change the water every few days and give the stems a fresh cut when the flowers start to hang.
This stick rail shelf was a simple DIY project that gives the room character.
Thank you for visiting me today !. I hope that these spring home tours will be a welcome distraction from everything that is going on in the world today. Next up is today’s schedule Ashley from Modern Glam.
Spring travel itinerary
Turn off the news, have a cup of coffee or tea, and turn on music to lift your spirits. Then visit the tours linked below from Monday to Wednesday.
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