I’m so excited to be sharing my spring home tour with vintage florals!
My grandma Jean always loved Spring with Easter being her very favorite holiday. Each Spring, when fresh tulips are available at the store, I always think of her and the beautiful tulips she had in her yard in Illinois. Spring is such a beautiful season, full of hope and new life. I wanted this post to be like a picture book, full of inspiring and beautiful photos from around my home without too many words. I truly hope you find joy while reading my Spring home tour with vintage florals!
This year I’m all about dreamy and whimsical florals for Spring. If you didn’t read my Thrifting for Vintage Spring Decor post yet, check it out because it will give you a little background as to how this whole theme came to be.
Vintage Florals For Spring
In the main part of my house you will find Spring vignettes, both large and small. I incorporated vintage floral dishes, milk glass, faux floral stems, and other vintage pieces that I have collected over the years.
Using one of my very favorite eyelet table runners as a base, I styled this vignette with pieces that make my soul happy such as this Jadeite saucer, my hobnail milk glass, and that vintage blue spritzer in the background.
See that cloche? I DIY’ed it by using a wooden cake stand that I have had for years and a large glass bowl that I picked up at the thrift store for $2! I’m pretty proud of it.
Inside the cloche, I laid a miniature clay pot on it’s side filled with greenery, placed my purple Pansy cup in the back, then added the vintage bird in the front.
Here is a smaller Spring vignette that I curated with vintage pieces. This adorable table runner I just found the other day at the thrift store for $2!
To display my collection of pretty floral plates, I decided to line them up on the back of the shelf that holds my milk glass. I love how the plates add height and color to that wall!
The mix and match look of these plates creates a unique display. Even though they are all different, the floral prints on each of them help it all to feel cohesive.
Many of the plates have scalloped or lace-type edges which gives the whole space a whimsical feeling.
I added a few pieces of vintage floral wall art to brighten up the white walls.
While we’re on art, I switched out all my winter barn scenes for spring ones!
On the wall shelf opposite my barns is where my enamelware collection is displayed. I added a few Spring touches there!
My enamelware stays out all year and is super fun to decorate for different seasons.
This floral enamel dish is just adorable. I love how it seamlessly blends with the rest of my enamelware.
Vintage Florals Around The House
The hall bath is pretty small with not much space for decor. However, I re-arranged some things so that I could decorate the top of the towel rack and I LOVE IT!
It’s a simple vignette styled with pretty Spring pieces. The pops of color give this bathroom so much life!
On the countertop, I put the vintage Pfaltzgraff pitcher and added some faux stems to tie in with greenery from the shelf.
It’s not very large but the character that this piece brings is beautiful.
I’ve been doing some re-decorating in the master bath! There are a few Spring touches in there as well.
Remember this art print I found at the thrift store? I went back a week later and found this old frame for $2 that fit the print perfectly.
I created this little wall vignette using that art print, a vintage peg rack (which I had been on the hunt for in my Vintage Decor To Find In 2022), and some other vintage pieces. This room is a work in progress but it’s coming along!
Well guys, that about wraps up my Spring home tour with vintage florals! I hope these simple ideas for Spring decorating were helpful for you. Be encouraged to create a home that is fully you and no one else. Find what brings you joy this Spring and use that to lead your decorating!
Let me know in the comments how you like to decorate your home for Spring!
For more Spring decorating ideas, head over and say hello to Lora at Create and Ponder and Angie at Postcards from the Ridge! These bloggers have incredible content and amazing ways to decorate with vintage!
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