With spring finally here and warmer weather in the air, now is the perfect time to add new items in your home. Plus, after the holidays and the start of the new year, there’s no better time to freshen up your home. Keep scrolling to find our top picks that are both budget-friendly and on-trend.
Decorating with succulents is a great way to add life into your home decor and most succulents come at a great price. One of my favorite decor pieces is the Faux Hydrangea and Succulent Centerpiece. This would look amazing on a table or countertop. Just add candles to the holders for a warm and welcoming piece.
Wreaths always bring a warm and welcoming feel to your front step. One of our favorites is the Pier One Faux Yellow Tulip 21-inch Wreath for $32. Tulips are always seen all over during spring, and yellow buds, in particular, represent cheerful thoughts. Plus, it can be used for years to come.
Another wreath that I love is the Faux Succulent Wreath from Pottery Barn. It’s under $100 and it has the perfect amount of gorgeous hues and splashes of color. Succulent wreaths are a great way to add a touch of seasonal decor to your door with a modern twist.
Switching out the pillows on your couch, bed or chairs is one of the easiest ways to redecorate. One of our favorite prints of the season is gingham and I love the Oversized Square Pillow from Target. It’s just $22 and is available in four bright and cheery colors. Another gorgeous pillow is this White and Cream Floral pattern. It features vibrant colors that will brighten any room.
Warmer weather also brings more get togethers, and let me tell you, having pitchers of lemonade, punch or iced tea is a must. The Williams Sonoma Meyer Lemon Pitcher is beautiful and functional. It’s rimmed with a vintage-style border at its mouth and has a lemon with delicate blossoms at the center. This would be adorable for a party and after the event set it on your counter with flowers for a gorgeous centerpiece or decor item. Plus, it’s under $50.
What is your favorite decorating item for spring? Let me know in the comments below.