Decorating with Spring Florals

Time Several Hours

Budget $ $$$

Skill Level

WORDS BY The Havenly Team

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Published on March 20, 2015

With the first official day of spring (today!) comes hope and revelry that the blisteringly cool days of winter are (or are about to be) but a distant memory.  For some, it’s more hope than revelry as our clients in the northeast continue to pack on the layers while venturing outdoors.  And though you might have to wait a little while longer for your peonies and ranunculus to blossom, it’s time to pep up your interior with some spring-inspired decor.

How to Decorate with Spring Florals ||  Havenly

Why not try something more permanent that will outlast the season?  Give your walls the special treatment with a stunning and timeless floral wall-covering…

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Image via Traditional Home & Wouter Vandertol

Wallpaper too permanent?  Consider introducing florals in the form of art…it still makes a grand statement but provides you with more flexibility over time.  If your space is not conducive to a larger piece, try assembling a gallery wall of assorted (or similar!) floral prints…

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Images via John Jacob Interiors

Still too much of a commitment?  You can absolutely incorporate florals with less permanence in the form of accessories. We love how Roxy of Society Social styles her floral throw pillows below alongside some edgier black and white artwork and decorative accessories.

Consider a draping a floral throw blanket across the foot of your bed…it adds such a lovely touch of femininity and interest to this otherwise neutral palette.

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Image via Sweet Home Style

Spring hues not your thing?  How about bringing the outdoors in with a gilded leaf-inspired light fixture…

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Image via Amanda Nisbet

Make sure to ground your florals with earthier, edgier or more eclectic accents– toughen them up a little to avoid femininity overload.  How will you decorate with florals for spring?  Feel free to ask us for tips on Facebook — we love hearing from you!