Join me on this French Vintage spring tour of my home today!
Spring is my favorite time of year (a close second to fall). I love summers, of course (who doesn’t?) but with spring it’s a time of renewal and fresh starts. There’s nothing better than opening up the windows and letting in the fresh breeze and cleaning every nook and cranny in the house.
Today I’m sharing my spring tour today with the Spring Has Sprung blog hop hosted by Sheila of Maison de Cinq and Lory of Designthusiasm. If you are coming over here from Kim’s beautiful home of Sand & Sisal then welcome!
Once all the cleaning was done it was fun to decorate it with spring flowers.
My book, French Vintage Decor, will be released on June 12th and this throw blanket is one of the tutorials from it.
Another tutorial is the Plaster Dipped Flower Art that is displayed on the wall and the Concrete Bowl with Moss that’s sitting on the table.
I added some flowers and it’s really all that’s needed to make your home ready for spring!
I kinda went crazy added a bunch of blush hydrangea and seeded eucalyptus to the mantel.
In the kitchen, a few touches of green (like the topiary I also made for the book) and some natural wood tones.
A centrepiece in my favorite champagne bucket is my favorite floral centrepiece.
Next week I’ll be sharing my bedroom all decorated for spring so be sure to pop by for that! I’ll also be sharing a full source list and some before and after photos!
I hope you enjoyed this tour today! Be sure to pop on over to my friend Lucy of Craftberry Bush to continue the tour.
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