This is What Happens when 12 Amazing Influencers Share their Best Spring Finds
Get Ready to be Inspired!
It Started with an Invitation
A few weeks ago, I sent out a note to a few Influencer friends. I asked if they would like to join me in a blog post about their best Spring finds. To my delight, almost all of them agreed to join me this week. Wow!
I asked each of them to provide a brief explanation of their find(s), and a picture to showcase it (them). These ladies really came through, you’ll see each of their contributions below. I’ve included links to their Instagram and other accounts so you can check out all their eye candy.
I know I’m inspired!
I think you will be too. Spring never looked so good. I love all these talented ladies and I think you will, too.
Here, they are, in alphabetical order. How else could I possibly have listed them?!
DownShilohRoad, by Jennifer
It was hard to choose just one best Spring find, so I decorated this tray to showcase several of them at once!
- I love this vintage grain sack turned bunny by @halseyhomestead! It has the original old patch, and it adds the perfect amount of texture.
- The SPRING Scrabble letter tray made by Lorin @something.gray is a fun take on an old sign.
- I love adding greenery to every space, so I tucked in some “real feel” tulips, a little lambs ear and sage from @gehlhausen_floral.
- I found the plant mister from the Target Dollar Spot.
- The glass bud vase came in my @fmfarmhouse monthly subscription box.
Remember – when decorating any space it’s best to use all of these elements, it really makes that space look & feel cohesive!
Dugans Girls, by Renee
I love decorating our home for a new season! This year for Spring I thought it would be fun to do a DIY project.
When I came across these rain boots at a thrift store, I immediately knew I had the start of my project!
I ordered the hunter decals from Etsy, and the peonies are from Michael’s. Each boot has three stems in it. This project cost less than $25, and it is a simple way to add a bit of spring to your home!
Galvanized Chic Boutique, by Kari
Spring is a favorite, and I love DIYs! And, when I can make a cute Spring DIY for $6, I’m all over it.
I call this my planter pallet.
To create this, I used two pieces of old pallet wood I had on hand, then I picked up these cute galvanized “flower garden” tins at dollar tree along with little potted lavender that I put in the tins (2 per tin).
I love this because not only can it be Spring-y, I can switch out flowers and greenery to suit different seasons.
Items needed (for a total of $6)
- Wood/pallet =free
- 2 galvanized tins $1 each x2 =$2
- 4 potted lavender $1 each x4 =$4
Life on Little Creek, by Karen
I am a pillow person!
I had been looking for a pretty floral pillow to add a Spring pop to my bed, but I wasn’t having much luck. Well, I found a tablecloth at Marshall’s with a pattern that was just what I wanted. So I snapped it up and ran home to make a pillow cover for one of my lumbar pillows!
And, I still have enough fabric left to make a tablecloth for my dining room table and maybe another pillow cover or two, all for under $20! Now, that’s a win-win!!
Another fave find this Spring is this sweet little ironstone creamer…so now I’m a creamer person too.
Nissa-Lynn Interiors, by Nissa-Lynn
To me, Springtime is all about flowers!
I love to be surrounded by the beauty of flowers, but would rather not spend money constantly buying real ones. So I turn to faux florals! They never wilt or die, and always look fresh!
I always buy faux florals at Michael’s craft store because of the quality in the texture and colors! You can place them in a white ceramic pitcher, a galvanized pot, or traditional glass vase – the decorating possibles are endless! Definitely my go-to for Spring Décor!
Plaids & Poppies, by Tracy
I’m loving these cute oval grapevine wreaths! I picked them up at Hobby Lobby, they reminded me of eggs the minute I saw them. I created a little themed window box around them using some pussy willows stems, moss garland, Easter eggs, and a birdhouse. I also stuck my garden shovel in by the little group of carrots.
There are so many possibilities for these egg-shaped wreaths: wrap them in ribbon, hot glue on some eggs and florals. They make a pretty cute decor piece for the door as well!
Redesigned Space, by Cindy
Flowers are blooming now, and Easter is just around the corner!
I like to add a little Spring to our outdoor decor space with potted plants. They are one of the easiest ways to dress up any space.
My favorite find this year was this expandable lattice fence with faux leaves from Afloral. I used it for a backdrop, then added 6 clay pots with 6 brackets from Lowe’s to attach them throughout. I then added my favorite spring flowers, and chose begonias to bring a little more orange color into the space.
I am so thrilled to have our patio in fresh, Spring-y shape. It’s looking welcoming and cheery again!
Remarkable Interiors, by Tracey
I am having a full-on love affair with olive stems and trees right now! The soft two-toned green always feels very natural and fresh but what I really love is that they are a year-round green. Versatile and beautiful with a bit of an old world feel!
I have the stems here in a vintage glass water jug paired with a couple of my other favorite things:
- The stamped book stack will always be my family treasure….I want more of them!
- Wooden beads also make their way into all of my decor, I can’t get enough. They add the final layer of warmth and texture tucked in just about anywhere.
Simply Southern Cottage, by Sara
As soon as we get a little warm weather in Louisiana, I’m ready to break out the flowers and all the happy colors! I started this year by styling my mudbench.
After a recent photo shoot in my home, I was left with a lot of fresh flowers, and THAT motivated me to create a beautiful space! A friend crafted this little potting bench and carefully selected meaningful seeds and accessories which made for a perfect gift.
- Little Hearth and Hand greenhouses were found at Dirt Cheap, costing a fraction of their retail price.
- A pillow and sign from Tootie Trouy Home added a pop of color and meaningful words.
- The gorgeous wreath is a find from last year at Hobby Lobby.
- And that adorable, handcrafted Guatemala tote was another gift from the friend who made the potting bench.
So as I enter my home, my Spring mudbench is a warm, welcoming Spring sight! It’s such an ideal place to leave my purse and shoes as I get ready to relax and end my day.
Sweet Honey Cottage, by Sharon
Spring has finally sprung!!
I found beautiful faux succulents and terra cotta flowerpots at Dollar Tree. I then aged the clay pots with paint. A bit of floral foam and dried moss and the succulents look like they’ve been growing for a while. All pots and florals in my photo came from Dollar Tree except the planter on the wooden stand. Thanks to Dollar Tree for my big Spring bargain!!
The Funk Gypsy, by Michele
Designer fail alert: I’ve always been REALLY awful about changing up decor for the holidays! It’s not that I don’t feel festive, I feel like I need to redecorate EVERYTHING. And let’s be honest, my marriage might not survive that .
In my quest to find holiday items in my signature dusty blue, I have been pleasantly surprised with the selection of items in the not-so-traditional Easter colors! I officially love decorating for Spring!
For my tiered tray display, I was able to incorporate several of my favorite trends:
- I love the tribal style vases that have been frequenting the shelves at HomeGoods.
- Because my home has more of an eclectic/boho vibe, I use succulents from Hobby Lobby; they have such an incredible selection, and the price can not be beat when using their coupon!
- Can I brag about my Rae Dunn mug that’s dusty blue inside?!
- Another incredible find was my ceramic bunny cookie jar that I also found at HomeGoods. I was jumping for joy when the bunny had a dusty blue rose necklace!
What I love about all my spring finds is that they are classic, and I’m sure will get used again and again in the years to come!
VelveteenGraceGa, by Tina & Taylor
I love spring decor—it’s my favorite second to Christmas!
Bunnies are hopping all over our home here in Georgia, and I love them so much. Each reminds me of the velveteen rabbit I adore. From handpainted bunnies like the one shown here by Mary Margaret @eddiealiceart to the floppy little velveteen rabbit handmade by my friend Michelle at @designed_to_love — side note this little bunny is my favorite find this year, hands down – that sweet floppy bunny has her little carrots which are handmade by Meg @primitivepigfolkart.
I love to surround my velveteen themed Spring decor with darling pillows like the custom made one here from our friend Rosana, @nestofpetals.
All these finds are settled on my bench from @antiquefarmhouse. This bench is perfect for the shabby chic rustic farmhouse vibe we have here in our home (Is that even a style? It’s as close I can describe it!).
Rounding out this corner of our kitchen is my Spring three-tiered tray—it’s also laced with handmade treasures from some of my favorite makers, too.
How about you?
What is your favorite find this year? Were you inspired by awesomeness in this post? I’d love to hear about it in the comments below.