Cheerful Spring Farmhouse Dining Room

Back in November & December I was so pumped about the snow. It made me so happy & I felt like it was pure magic. This winter as soon as January hit it would maybe snow one day & then be melted and gone for a week &  so on and so forth. Honestly it was a great winter, but I realized how spoiled I was after a week of 60 degree weather & it snowed & I became so down. My mood was way down because of the weather & I honestly felt tired 24 hours a day because of the snow. One thing that was a HUGE help last week when the snow came back was staying in our warm cozy home playing with florals in our dining room. That room gets so much natural light & playing with florals is something that always brightens my mood on the cold & gloomy days. So when Balsam Hill asked me to help launch their spring line of florals I jumped right on it because a. I’m obsessed with Balsam Hill’s greenery & b. I wanted to share the joy of spring with you guys who are over the winter blues as well….

I wanted to go out of my normal neutrals for this project & go full on gorgeous spring so I chose the English Garden collection from Balsam Hill.  I love the combination of hydrangeas & roses mixed with lots of lovely greenery. It’s peachy pastel goodness & totally warms up our dining room effortlessly. You guys know that I do love the occasional re florals in our home, but I’m more of a faux floral girl because… low maintenance. But with that comes the struggle to find faux florals that aren’t super 80’s fake floral looking. That’s why I love Balsam Hill because you know that whatever you order will be realistic & timeless. To be honest I had only ordered Christmas greenery from them before, but this introduction to their spring greenery has made me fall in love even more. A little hint: You will want to check out their topiaries that just launched [Here] I think I need one!

In this rustic white cabinet in our dining room I used one of the cement pot floral arrangements on the bottom shelf mixed in with our jadeite plates from World Market & the wreath hanging on the door. I love how these instantly brightened up our cabinet & matched my recipe box from Rifle Paper Co.

For the table centerpiece I placed three of the cement pot floral arrangements in a row with a piece of white linen for the table runner & it created the most simple centerpiece that made a huge impact on the space.


So, there you have it. Our bright & cheerful dining room decked out in spring florals with Balsam Hill’s new collection. It was an honor to work with them & really saved me from my winter blues. Every time I walk through this room now it brightens my mood a little bit. It also helps to have these spring florals around while our whole house is under construction. Balsam Hill is so excited about their new spring floral collection that they are offering 15% off to my readers until March 31st using code: BHBLOOMS172 on their spring florals [HERE]. What do you guys think of these spring florals? What do you think of our dining room all bright & cheerful for spring? Let me know in the comments below, find me on Facebook, & chat with me on Instagram. Thank you guys SO MUCH for stopping by the blog today & for sharing it with your friends & family.. it means so much to me! xx

Be sure to check out some of my blogging friends use the spring florals in their homes as well in the next two weeks…

March 1:

Courtney of French Country Cottage

March 2:

Liz of Liz Marie Blog

Danielle of Finding Silver Pennies

March 3:

Amy of The Idea Room

March 6:

Lucy of Craftberry Bush

Kim of Sand and Sisal

March 7:

Emily of The Wicker House

March 9:

Jen of Migonis Home

March 10:

Kristin of My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia

March 13:

Kellie of Nest of Posies

Jen of Clean and Scentsible

Ps. I teamed up with Balsam Hill for this dining room design, but as always all opinions & design are my very own.

7 thoughts on “Cheerful Spring Farmhouse Dining Room

  1. Lindsey

    These florals are absolutely perfect! I love how the pops of color okay off the bright airyness of the room! Beautiful work 🙂

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  3. Carla

    I Love the colors you chose for your dinning room!😍 The pop of the peach and pink is gorgeous! It’s fresh and livens up your white!!
    Love the simplicity and how beautiful it looks! Great job- as always Liz! 🙌🏼😍😀🌷🌺🌸

  4. Bre

    Oh my gosh it’s so beautiful! But where did you find the turquoise colored milk glass pieces!?

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