Good morning! I hope you’ll pour yourself a cup of hot coffee or tea and enjoy today’s tour. I am so excited to be joining Bree from Z Design at Home, our talented host, and all of the other bloggers who have beautiful Spring inspiration for you today. If you are visiting from Kelley Nan, welcome. Isn’t her home beautiful? Spring is definitely in the air over here as we transition from the warm and cozy holiday decor to a light and bright palette. I like to keep things clean and simple around here. Let’s jump in. Here is my Decked + Styled Spring Tour.
OUR LIVING ROOM
Here is our formal living room. We actually call it the library because there are built in bookcases on the wall opposite of the fireplace and it’s our family’s favorite spot to read. Quite a difference from the Decked + Styled Holiday Tour! The nice thing about this space is that it is flooded with natural light and we let the greenery outside take center stage.
I had been eyeing these Tonic Living pillows for quite some time and I am thrilled with how they look in the space. I have to say that if you ever order from Tonic Living, always get the pillows with inserts. They are heavy and wonderful and far and away my favorite pillows in our home.
The pillow fabric was specifically chosen to compliment this artwork. It’s a bold and fun statement piece and allows us to use really fun colors in the room.
Our mantel boasts family wedding photos. I love seeing these on a daily basis. I am in this room every single day. Whether I am blogging from the sofa or reading in the evening, it’s one of my favorite spots. Spring or not, I still love a big chunky blanket to put over me in the evenings.
I am always in favor of mixing fresh flowers with faux. These stems add nice height to the coffee table and draw the outdoors in.
These buffalo checked pillows from Caitlin Wilson help balance out the floral ones on the sofa and draw out the blue in the artwork. We are still really loving our neutral rug.
We keep these botanical prints up year round. I downloaded them from Etsy and had them printed at my local Staples. So easy and inexpensive. The frames were a HomeGoods find but I highly recommend Framebridge if you are not framing them yourself. We used command strips to hang these. They allow for a tighter fit to the wall.
Our entryway console table is styled very simply with fresh flowers and green and blue accents. The mirror was a lucky find from HomeGoods.
We purchased this pendant for our last home and it we are so happy it’s now in our foyer. It was a splurge but we have never regretted it.
I kept the green and blue color scheme consistent throughout our home. I shared many of my Spring styling tips yesterday.
To see more of our blue and white decor you can go here. Also, if you are new to A Thoughtful Place, we recently made over our kitchen with a pretty dramatic before and after. Thank you for popping in and seeing how we freshen things up around here.