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Spring Decorating in the Living Room – Flowers, Moss & Color, Oh My!

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Spring is coming. And since Spring is coming, I decided it was time to do a little Spring decorating in the living room with flowers & moss & color!

Friday marks the official start of Spring. Not that the weatherman will agree. It’s entirely possible (and probable) that in my part of the world there will still be snow on the ground. But that’s okay. Because Spring is coming.¬†It always comes.¬†And since Spring is definitely coming, I decided it was time to do a little Spring decorating in the living room.

Spring is coming. And since Spring is coming, I decided it was time to do a little Spring decorating in the living room with flowers & moss & color!

Spring Living Room rustic, flowers, wood, barn door |

This week is also¬†March Break and we have family visiting¬†for several days, so I’m just going to let you enjoy the decorating eye candy, without much talky-talky, okay? (Scroll down for more inspiration and a full resource list.)


rustic living room trellis rug industrial shelves

white living room couch dark wood floor trellis rug

SPRING in frames on mantel deer head

spring floral letters

aka design coffee table birch lane glass boxes

faux wildflowers

aka design spring mantel in living room

black secretary desk easter

Have you begun decorating for Spring yet?


Spring Living Room Source List:

  • Couches – unknown, bought them second hand
  • Trellis rug – RugsUSA
  • Coffee Table – DIY, tutorial here
  • Wood and Metal Shelves – DIY, tutorial here
  • Slipper Chairs – The Brick
  • Secretary desk – kijiji find, makeover here
  • Barn door – DIY, tutorial here
  • Floors – Lumber Liquidators, reveal here
  • Wall color –¬†Sherwin Williams Bungalow Beige
  • Curtains – DIY from drop cloth, tutorial here
  • Electric Fireplace – Canadian Tire
  • Shelf and floor lighting – Ikea
  • Desk cage light – Target
  • Lamps¬†on piano – Homesense (no longer available)
  • Deer Head – Home Hardware
  • Mantel Shelf – DIY, tutorial here
  • Starburst wood mirror – Target
  • Industrial numbered crates – Michael’s + DIY, tutorial here
  • Mini Marquee Letter A – DIY, tutorial here
  • It’s a small world globe – DIY, tutorial here
  • Large dice box and crown book ends – Urban Barn (no longer available)
  • Numbered sign – DIY, tutorial here
  • Gold hammered bowl – Target
  • Faux Easter eggs – Homesense
  • Brass apple bell – thrift store
  • Faux hydrangeas and vase – Urban Barn
  • Gold and glass boxes – Birch Lane
  • Moss bunnies – Michael’s
  • Faux greenery ball – Dollarama
  • Mini faux plant – Urban Barn
  • Buck throw pillow¬†– Craftberry Bush
  • VW Bug throw pillow¬† – Craftberry Bush
  • I woke up like this Frenchie throw pillow¬†– Craftberry Bush
  • Antler and flowers pillow (do what you love) – Craftberry Bush
  • Numbered pillows – Homesense¬†(no longer available)
  • Picture frames – various
  • Floral alphabet letters – Creative Market

If you’d like to see some more Spring decorating inspiration, visit my friends for their take on bringing a little Spring freshness into their own homes!

DECORATING FOR SPRING - 7 bloggers share their homes

 Clockwise from top left: Finding Silver Pennies | Craftberry Bush | Clean and Scentsible | Town and Country Living | Rooms for Rent | Shades of Blue Interiors | Home Made Lovely

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I found my style and was able to bring our small space together by creating a cozy and inviting home...

Danae C.

I loved the lesson on color theory, and also THAT YOU TOLD US EXACTLY WHAT ORDER TO DECORATE IN!

Erica L.

My ah-ha moment was when I realized how much time and money we have spent in the past couple of...

Cheryl P.

I love your easy process to determine my style. I've also learned that my style has changed over the years and seasons...

Sheryl R.

Your explanation of paint colors was the light bulb moment for me! Your explanation would have saved us from painting...

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