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Decorating with Hints of Green Spring Home Tour

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Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. Welcome to my spring home tour!

Are you excited that spring officially arrives this week? I am! Once again, I’ve teamed up with the lovely Marty from A Stroll Thru Life along with 29 other talented bloggers to share our spring home decor with you. This is one of my favorite tours to be in and I’m always so grateful to be invited!

So let’s get this spring home tour started in my favorite room in the house, our kitchen. This post contains affiliate links. 

Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. farmhouse sink with roses, Quartz counters modern kitchen

This time of year I’m always craving some green in my home because the winter months can be so drab. My local nursery had houseplants on sale a few weeks ago which was perfect timing for me. They had many gorgeous fiddle leaf figs and I really wanted to bring them all home. But I struggle so bad with keeping those types of plants alive in my house. So I saved my money and possibly the plants lives (ha!) by leaving them there. Instead I brought home a lovely maidenhair fern for my kitchen.

Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. maidenhair fern Quartz counters modern kitchen

He fits just perfectly in a pretty basket on the counter. And just look at all that green he adds to this room!

Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. maidenhair fern, Quartz counters, modern kitchen

No spring home tour is complete without a few fresh flowers right? I usually like to showcase tulips this time of year but these super pretty roses where just calling my name. The pink is so poppin’! 🙂 

Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. farmhouse sink with roses, Quartz counters modern kitchen

Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. farmhouse sink with roses, Quartz counters modern kitchen

Next to the sink I added a cute little shamrock plant in a gray ceramic planter. I bought him at Trader Joe’s and he already has some pretty white flowers blooming. Maybe he’s happy with his new home — hopefully. (fingers and toes crossed)

Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. farmhouse sink with roses, Quartz counters modern kitchen

Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. white subway tile, Quartz counters modern kitchen

Speaking of plants, my little mini fern on my kitchen counter tray is still alive. I think he might be the longest living plant in my house. So really, he needs like a major award. Although, he has looked fuller in the past. But as long as he’s staying green, I’m going to call it success! 

Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. white subway tile, stainless steel appliances, Quartz counters modern kitchen

Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. wood counter tray, Quartz counters modern kitchen

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SPRING DINING ROOM

Now let’s visit over in the dining room where you will find those pretty roses once again adding some pop of spring color to this tour.

Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. dining room, farmhouse table, tablescape

Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. dining room, farmhouse table, tablescape

For the spring home tour, I wanted to keep the tablescape simple with just a touch of color and a loaf of bread. Ya know, just the essentials for any dining table. 😉 

Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. dining room, farmhouse table, tablescape

I thought about making a bouquet with just the white roses for a simple look. But I just couldn’t keep my eyes of those pink ones. So I thought a mixture of both would be really pretty. The pop of pink just seems so spring like….

Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. dining room, farmhouse table, tablescape

Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. roses, dining room, farmhouse table, tablescape

For the place settings, I included some new gold flatware for a little modern glam to the table. To add just a touch more spring to the plates, I used pretty blue gingham napkins

Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. dining room, farmhouse table, tablescape

And I had to finish the tour with one more little hint of green, brought to you by my mini fiddle leaf fig. This guy almost died in our bedroom, so I moved him down here by the patio door. And guess what? He’s been thriving ever since. Remember when  mentioned earlier that I struggle with fiddle leaf figs? He’s the only fiddle leaf fig out of four (yes, I’m either really stubborn or not so smart!) to survive. So this area must be he’s happy place and now it’s mine too! I love the color he adds to this little corner in our dining room. 

Decorating with hints of green is easy to do with the help of fresh flowers and pretty plants. dining room, farmhouse table, tablescape

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ALSO, OUR MASTER BEDROOM RECEIVED A SPRING REFRESH LAST WEEK. SO BE SURE TO CHECK IT OUT TOO! (CLICK HERE TO SEE THE BEDROOM)

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I hope you enjoyed visiting our home! Next stop on the tour is another Laura’s home,  Decor to Adore. I love her home, her style and all her do it yourself projects! Be sure to hop over to her tour. You can also check out all the other stops on the tour by clicking on the links below.

 

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17 Comments

  1. ha….three laura’s in one day! I love it and your green thumb….aren’t maidenhair ferns just so beautiful and delicate? speaking of beautiful….your kitchen! it’s gorgeous

  2. Love your style! All of the other bloggers seem to think they have to put everything they own on every surface. Too much “stuff”! Less is more and yours is beautiful!

    1. Thank you, Lynee. I’m in a ‘less is more’ stage of decorating right now. And I think this stage is going to stick around! 🙂 Happy Spring to you!

  3. So so pretty! I wish I could have a big and beautiful fern like that but it would be too much temptation for my cats 🙁

  4. When Spring finally rolls around each year, I’m ready for a clean, fresh slate on everything, including my home decor. I like less, light and natural. Your beautiful kitchen and dining room, filled with light, laced with green and accented with a few bright spots of color are sweetly singing, “Spring!”

    1. Awww, thank you so much, Judy. I think your comment is the most beautifully written one I’ve ever received! 🙂 Lately, I’ve been living in the ‘less is more’ way of decorating. A little more simple and more open for spaces to breathe. I really like it plus, less to clean! 😉 Thank you so much for stopping by today and blessing me with your sweet words. Happy Spring to you!

  5. The pretty ferns and gorgeous fresh flowers are perfect for adding spring color! The shamrocks look great in the little pot by the sink. I bought some purple ones which I am babying on the porch with plastic bags in the evenings to protect from cold weather. I will plant them in the flower bed in a partially shaded area in May. I have had great luck with them growing large in the past.

    I love your simple tablescape and the blue gingham napkins. Such a fresh look for spring!

    So glad to be joining you on the Spring Home Tours. Happy Spring!

  6. Your kitchen is always so beautiful! I’m completely smitten with your maidenhair. I can’t seem to keep them alive in my house. Sigh, I’ll live vicariously through you. 😉 Beautiful tour, friend!

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