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Our House: A Pretty Spring Home Tour (Spring 2020)!

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In this post: This Spring we kept the decor very simple, with just a few tiny hints of pink in old throw pillows and faux florals. Come see our pretty Spring home tour!


Home is more important now than it’s ever been. Which is why I’m loving our pretty spring home tour, with very simple reusable decor! 

tan couch with pink floral arrangement with text overlay

Welcome! I’m Shannon!

If you’ve been here before, welcome back! I’m so happy you’re here and I can’t wait for you to see our pretty Spring home tour! 

If you’re new here, I’m also super happy to “see” you! I’m Shannon and I’m the main face you’ll see at Home Made Lovely. 

That doesn’t mean it’s just me running things…I’ve got a great team working behind the scenes to help me.

The Home Made Lovely team includes other business-inclined moms working from home to help me with content creation ideas and tech stuff, my teenagers who do everything from data entry on the business side of things to video editing and Pinterest pin creation on the front end of things. Plus, my best friend and hubby, Dean, who helps with shooting video, DIY projects and the housework tasks I really suck at, like laundry! 

With all of that support, Home Made Lovely exists to help women like you to make home your happy place! 

My Promise to You Right Now

To say things are a little weird and crazy out there right now is an understatement. And I truly hope that when I look back on this Spring home tour next year, that things are back to “normal.” Or at the very least, not quite so unknown and up in the air. 

No matter what’s happening “out there”, I always want this space to be positive and uplifting.

I make a deliberate effort to give you awesome solutions and answers to home decor, organizing and food questions. And I strive to offer everything I possibly can to help you truly make home your happy place. 

I’m keenly aware of how saturated the online world is is right now with stats, and bad news and speculations. And I do NOT want to add to any of that stress in your life

shannon looking out window

In light of this, I’ve been working with my team this week to come up with relevant, super helpful resources for you. 

So, over the next little while, I will be creating and updating even more content that will help you make the most of your home and your life at home, that will be especially helpful to you NOW…but also well into the future. 

And we’ll be doing this as much as possible without actually talking about that thing that’s taken over the media! 

In other words, I will be keeping this space happy, helpful, and faith-filled. 

Shannon welcome arms

I appreciate you more than you know and I genuinely want you to love your home. 

So, let’s get on with our pretty Spring home tour, shall we?

Our Pretty Spring Home Tour

I’m mostly going to share photos with you for the tour. I didn’t buy anything new. I just used what we had, including faux florals and also a couple of blush pink toss pillow covers that I’ve had for a couple of years. 

I had actually bought fabric to make new throw pillows and some placemats. Unfortunately, I didn’t quite get to making them (with the new sewing machine Dean bought me at Christmas) in time for the tour. 

Something to do later, I guess!

Our Spring Entry

The only thing I did in our entryway was to put everyone’s boots and coats in the closet. Lol. And I hung the pretty pink scarf just for fun. 🙂 

spring 2020 entry

Sources: Bench, Art from The Brick, Coat Rack from Ikea, Number Baskets from Micheals

Our Spring Dining Room

From our entry, you step up into our dining room. 

spring 2020 dining room

As you may notice there are birthday decorations up. This was shot on my birthday, and Dean had put up the decor (I always put up for birthdays) that morning. I didn’t have the heart to take them down for pics, so I mostly just shot around them. 

dining room with birthday streamers

For spring decor in the dining room, I mainly just put away the winter stuff. I didn’t create a tablescape or anything, since we seem to be using the dining room table to play family games at every night lately. 

spring dining room table with scale

Sources: Dining Room Table, Chairs and Hutches from The Brick, Side Table made by Dean, Clock from Wayfair, Lamps from Lowe’s, Farmhouse Scale and Farmhouse Plate Rack from Amazon, Scalloped Chargers from Pier 1 (for my 40th birthday). 

Our Spring Living Room

In the living room, I brought back our DIY Faux Floral Crate and a couple of pink throw pillows we have had for years. 

spring couch with faux florals

Lol. Notice, we didn’t even get around to drawing anything on the chalkboard. Sheesh. 

Home Made Lovely Spring Living room

antique sign wooden horse and tulips on dresser

HML Spring Living Room Fireplace

Sources: Ektorp Couch from Ikea, Coffee Table made by Dean and I, Trellis Rug, Tufted Chairs (no longer available), Knit Poufs from Wayfair, Chalkboard made by Dean, Dresser was thrifted. 

Our Spring Master Bedroom

We haven’t shared our master bedroom as part of a tour for ages. Mainly because it’s never quite tidy. But since I started doing my devotionals up there in January, I’ve been keeping it tidier. And Dean has been amazing at folding clothes every weekend so they don’t live in baskets for the week! Ha! 

masculine master bedroom farmhouse style

farmhouse bedroom dark bed frame, white blankets

Wanna see our very first blog master bedroom makeover? Check out this master bedroom before and after!

bedroom chair corner for devotions

master bedroom electric fireplace with tv above

Sources: Bed, Nightstands from The Brick, Chair and Tufted Bench from Home Pop, Bedding mainly from Ikea, some from Etsy, Lamps from Home Depot years ago, Rug from Wayfair. 

Video Tour: Our Spring Home

So, some of the house got cleaned up for our pretty Spring tour. But a few spaces were sort of as is when I shot photo and video. Which you’ll see in the video…the girls were making soup in the kitchen. And after that they planned to make brownies for my birthday – which was yesterday. So, there really wasn’t any point in cleaning the kitchen to take pretty pictures! Besides not much decor in the kitchen changes with the seasons anyway. 🙂 

 

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More of OUR Spring Home Tours

In case you’re newer around here, here are a few of our past Spring home tours, for your viewing pleasure: Best of Spring Tours – 6 of Our Modern Country Farmhouse Spring Tours

Other Blogger’s Spring Home Tours

This week I’m joined by some of my talented blogging friends who are also sharing their Spring Home Tours with you. Be sure to see what they are sharing by clinking the links below the images.

Also sharing with me today, are…

Friday

Home Made Lovely
Willow Street Interiors
Sincerely, Marie Designs
Rooms FOR Rent

House by Hoff
The Tattered Pew
Summer Adams

Sharing the rest of this week…

Monday

The Happy Housie
Grace in My Space
Life is Better at Home
She Gave it a Go
Amidst the Chaos

Tuesday

Cassie Bustamante
All Things With Purpose
Modern Glam
Lemon Thistle
Zevy Joy

Wednesday

Amber Tysl
Life is a Party
Town and Country Living
Finding Silver Pennies
Joanna Anastasia

Thursday

Cherished Bliss
Tatertots & Jello
Deeply Southern Home
Rambling Renovators
The DIY Mommy

neutral black and blush pink living room decorated for spring

Did you do any Spring Decorating? Pull out any reusable decor?

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