Guest Blogger: Amberly’s Budget Friendly Spring Decor Ideas!

Hey everyone! It’s Amberly from A Slice of Glam here again!  This time I’m sharing with you all some tips on how to decorate your home for Spring!  Decorating for Spring does not have to break the bank.  You can add simple little inexpensive elements to bring in that feeling of fresh and new on a budget.  Here are some easy ways you can do that.

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1. Add fresh flowers – Pick up your favorite flowers from your local grocery store or farmer’s market.  Get creative and mix different flowers and colors to create a colorful bouquet for your dining table or coffee table.

2. Throw pillows – You can either pick up some fabric from a hobby store and recover some old pillows, so go somewhere like IKEA or Target to find some fabulous pillows.  Pick colors that still go with the decorating theme that you already have, but choose a shade lighter.  For example if you have dark green as your color already, choose emerald (color of the year!) or mint.

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 3. DIY wreath – Pick a few pastel color artificial flowers and a ribbon in a fun print like gingham or paisley to tie around the wreath.  Add to your front door or patio!

4. Greenery – Don’t have a green thumb?  Purchase a few succulents and place them in the window of your kitchen or on your coffee table to add some freshness to your home!

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Thanks so much, Amberly! It’s always nice to get decorating tips from this blogger. She’s super creative & stylish and has guest posted for me before. (see post HERE) If you decide to incorperate any of these tips in your Spring decorating, please send pics!! We’d love to see and share them! XO! 

~Whitney

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  1. says

    Love the ideas! I have been meaning to purchase succulents to get my home ready for Spring. They are the perfect little touch for a windowsill. I have a reputation for killing all things green but I am hoping these will be a bit easier to handle.

    -Karen

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