Farmhouse Decor Essentials for Spring

The snow and ice are melted, the Christmas tree is long gone and you can hear the birds chirping in the distance – spring is on the way!

Farmhouse Decor Essentials for Spring

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It’s time to dust off the eggs for a new arrangement in the bread bowl – but your stuck with what else to add to the bowl, or what to put around the house. You want that pinterest worthy living room, but aren’t sure what pieces you need. Don’t worry! We’ve got you covered with FIVE essentials for decorating your farmhouse for spring!

Spring Essentials:

  • Lemons: Lemons are a tested and true staple of farmhouse decor! You could slice them up and put them in a vase with water with fresh hydrangeas or leave them whole and throw them in a bread bowl (maybe try faux for this route – ha!).
  • Leaves & Cotton: Floral arrangements add instant charm to the most mundane of items. Have an extra mason jar? Throw in an arrangement. An extra pitcher? Throw in an arrangement. Spring arrangements could be made from things like lambs ear, lavender, cotton sprigs or bay leaves for that extra Joanna Gaines flair.
  • Easter: Easter is one of our favorite holidays at Third Day Market. To add some extra flair to your spring decor, you could add in some speckled eggs, a rustic bunny or a cute sign.
  • Bread Bowls: Can we even say enough about bread bowls? They’re such a versatile decor staple – you can throw it on top of a table runner on your dining room table or just as easy sit it on top of your coffee table for added charm.
  • Baskets & Crates: Not only are baskets and crates cute placed around the house, but they also double as storage for things that just doesn’t have a proper home. For example – have those comfy blankets that just doesn’t look right on the back of the couch, and leaving them on the arm looks sloppy? Roll it up, put it in a crate. Also. Remember that floral arrangement tip from earlier, put it in a cute wire basket or an old soda crate for personalized charm.

Even if you don’t have every item on the list, or none at all, decor is interpretive to your own taste. Just adding something as simple as a bread bowl to a table, or putting a few cotton sprigs into a pitcher could completely transform your space!

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