When to introduce the next seasonal decor into a space is always a popular question I get. Trying to find a balance between the next season and not wishing away the current season. It is very understandable to be so excited for change in your home, especially thinking of light rain showers, the return of the nigh-time crickets and owls, and brisk sunny days of spring.
So when is it too early to bring in spring?
If you have stopped by the blog over the past few days you may already know my answer to this question. I have already started doing a little Winter to Spring Decor Transition, and you can see it here (link) to a recent post.
Interior design is 100% the eye of the beholder, and how your space is your space. I say that because I tend to be earlier to seasonal decors, but that is because I love home decor & I love creating inspiring spaces or design ideas for those thinking about what they are going to do next season. I am sure my transitioning home decor and changes with the season are early to most standards, but it is a true passion of mine.
So when should you bring the next season into your spaces? That my friends is entirely up to you. I know, not a direct answer, but interior design is art to me, and you can do it however you’d like. For me Spring Decor is an exciting time for me. My decor gravitates around little house plants nested around our home. We love how it can fit into any style from modern to farmhouse style, literally bringing a room to life.
Nearly any space in your home will welcome one or two little green friends. From the sitting areas like a living room, to the kitchen dining spaces. Indirect light makes plants nearly effortless to care for, but if you have darker spaces, find the right plant or move the plants around throughout the week to ensure they stay happy and healthy.
For this space in our office, we found a beautiful little antique cabinet looking for a new home. We picked it up from one of our favorite antique shops in Grand Rapids, Blue Door Antiques. We put it in a corner next to a side light from our office french doors. To bring Spring into our office, we wanted to create an interior potting station. Now this isn’t anything like the real outdoor potting bench. This is much cleaner and more for storage than anything. Nonetheless it is a great area to style and have a little greenhouse fun inside your home. With some old patina pots & some other items like those old framed writings, apothecary bottles, & that pathos plant in that antique vessel… it is welcoming spring in our office. You know, whenever it wants to show up of course. I hope this post is a reminder to you that you need to make your home happy for you & not everyone else. Your home is supposed to be your cozy oasis that you can relax & enjoy… so do just that. & welcome the new seasons when your heart desires. Thank you guys so much for stopping by the blog today & every single day to see what we are up to… it means the world to me!! xx