Using Faux Greenery Around Your House is a quick and easy way to decorate for Spring.
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I’m excited to be joining my friend Marty of A Stroll Thru Life for another Seasonal Home Tour. All week long bloggers have been sharing tours of their own homes in hopes that it will inspire you.
The way this tour is set up five blogs share each day Monday through Friday for a total of 25 amazing posts. Think of it as a virtual tour of homes you don’t have to buy tickets for and let’s you travel all over the country.
I’ve been sharing lots of Spring inspiration so far this month in these posts:
- Adding a Touch of Spring With Easy Floral Arrangements
- Morning Tea Time
- A Simple Spring and Easter Decor Project
For my tour, I’m sharing how I use faux greens around our home.
If you are coming over from A Pretty Life In The Suburbs, welcome to White Arrows Home. I loved how she used blues and greens for the season in her beautiful home!
Welcome to White Arrows Home
As you travel all over the country on this tour of homes, you’ll be in places where Spring has already sprung. Where I live though, way Up North, we are still covered in a blanket of snow outside.
So this time of year I have a mash up of Winter and Spring as I try to bring more color inside and add fresh elements and new textures.
Accessories will go from vignettes like this:
I love bringing in fresh and faux florals for Spring, but I also love using lots of faux greenery.
- Sprigs + Sprays
- Boxwood Balls
When Can You Start Decorating For Spring?
A lot of people start decorating for Spring in March. Many places around the country are starting to have Springlike weather, greening leaves and some blossoms.
Because we have so much snow left Up North, my Spring decor coexists with some of my Winter decor I’m not quite ready to part with.
One of the first things for Spring I bring in are faux greens, especially moss.
I love the moss covered egg in this bunny’s basket and the bed of moss it sits on. I found my loose moss in a bag at The Dollar Tree.
Little boxwood balls sit on top of a McCoy green pot. Talk about fast decorating- set down the pot + place the ball!
I loved this little moss covered ball with twine around it too.
I love bringing in lots of different textures in Spring. Also things that are woven and natural.
A larger boxwood ball sits on top of one of my vintage trophies.
I added a little moss to a milk glass dish and laid a few Easter eggs on top.
A faux cabbage head is also perfect for this time of year and looks so sweet in this milk glass planter.
Succulents are another fun and easy addition to Spring. I have a collection of faux ones I’ve collected from Hobby Lobby and even The Dollar Tree.
This succulent to seconds to “plant”. I grabbed one of my enamelware mugs, filled it with pebbles and tucked in a succulent.
I made this little succulent wall by filling a shadow box. See the details in THIS POST.
In the bathroom I filled a small jar with white pebbles then stuck in a few succulents.
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Monday March 6th
Tuesday March 7th
Wednesday March 8th
Thursday March 9th
Friday March 10th