It’s officially spring, and I couldn’t be happier! With the warmer temperatures we’ve been getting, our snow is melting and I’m ready for open windows and doors and I’m loving the longer days! Bringing a spring feeling inside our home is easy to do. I took a beautiful and very simple approach with my entryway spring decor, to create a light, airy and calming look.
If you saw my spring living room, you’ll remember layers of soft blues, paired with whites and the prettiest soft blue hydrangeas for an elegant spring look.
You’ll find a similar look here, in our entryway, with a few warm tones and textures layered in. Come inside and take a look!
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ENTRYWAY SPRING DECOR IN BLUE AND WHITE
Spring just makes me so happy and I love the month of March because of the beautiful light we get inside our home.
We have a wooded property, so we get the best lighting in the winter and into April, when there are no leaves on the trees.
As much as I don’t love winter, the one thing I can truly appreciate in our home is the light at this time of the year.
With the beautiful natural light pouring in, I love the light and airy look that soft blues, warm whites and natural touches bring.
This is our first spring since we’ve wallpapered our entryway (check out the reveal) and our blue walls are so energizing!
As the focal point on our console table, they’re also perfect with our faux grasscloth wallpaper.
If you’re new here, you can take a look at last spring’s entryway, to see what this space looked like before we installed it…such a huge transformation!
One of my favorite pieces that I have is this vintage ginger jar lamp.
It was my Mother’s for many years and I snagged it one day from her guest room (my old bedroom!) since I figured it needed to be in our home!
She didn’t mind. My Mama always loved to give me her beautiful pieces, she always knew how much I loved everything she decorated with!
I painted the base of the lamp with gold acrylic paint to ‘chic it up ‘a bit – it used to be black, and I found it was a little too heavy looking.
I love using paint to freshen things up!
I used the same paint years ago on our pendant light that hangs in here as well, giving it a two-tone look. Such an easy DIY.
THREE SIMPLE SPRING DECORATING TIPS!
- Add flowers – here, I used my beautiful light blue faux hydrangeas for a fresh, light and airy look. You can use any florals that you love – tulips are always a spring favorite, I also love to use peonies and roses.
- Change your pillows – if you know me, I love to rotate pillows every season. I have an extensive collection of pillow covers that make their rounds throughout our home.
- Add some color! Last summer we wallpapered this room, and as I mentioned above, it is so energizing! If you’re not into wallpaper or painting, just add some color with accessories.
The middle shelf is dressed with some favorite styling pieces that I always love using:
- A coral sculpture I’ve had for many years adds texture and visual interest.
- My favorite ceramic tray that gets rotated around our home very often – it’s an elegant piece and is great for keys in an entryway.
- A decorative box with bone inlay also adds visual interest. Topped with a glass paper weight to add height, balancing out the coral.
Below is a closer look at these beautiful and very affordable hydrangeas I’m using in our home this spring.
I used one, full pack of twelve stems to create this simple and beautiful arrangement.
With just a few, simple decorative pieces that I love and keeping my color palette light and airy, I created a beautiful and simple spring entryway.
I hope you’re inspired by my entryway spring decor and I hope you find my spring decorating tips useful too. Stay tuned for some my spring kitchen decor and my hallway makeover reveal both coming soon! xo
Faux grasscloth wallpaper | Console table (similar) | Rug (similar) | Ginger jar lamp | Ginger jar | Blue hydrangeas | Blue and white planter | Decorative Box | Glass ball paperweight | Coral sculpture (similar) | Small ceramic tray | Long gold tray | Round wood mirror (similar) | Pendant light (similar) | Pillow covers | White rattan chairs (similar)