With daylight savings in just a page-flip of the calendar, a transformative, shining sun will soon summon waves of roses, tulips, and daisies. Take advantage of Earth’s natural beauty and create a fresh, much-needed look in your home. Here are five ways to incorporate flowers into your decor as the season changes.
The Confetti, Urban Stems, $55, urbanstems.com
So long, winter! It’s time to liven up your dining room table with a sweet, aromatic centerpiece. Dust off your favorite vase, because UrbanStems hand delivers all things rosey right to your doorstep. “The Confetti” bouquet is a color-bursting celebration of Mother Nature’s popping hues.
Faceted Terrariums, West Elm, $29-44, westelm.com
As the sun begins to linger, the windowsill becomes the perfect place for plants to grow in their very own glass-enclosed vessels. West Elm has an extensive selection of terrariums, so you can choose anything from ceramic spheres to glass prisms. This modern, faceted terrarium is a perfect home for succulents and a great conversational piece for your abode.
Handcrafted Metal Tray, Restoration Hardware, $155, restorationhardware.com
Although fireplaces are traditionally winteresque, you can’t leave such an attention-grabbing part of your home bare. Restoration Hardware has beautiful trays that you can incorporate into your springtime decor. Simply line the tray with blooming plants and overflowing ivy to give your mantle a warm upgrade.
Johnny Jump Up Print Poppy Colorway, Nottene, from $6, nottene.net
Who says wall flowers have to be boring? Nottene is a Philly-based art studio that turns hand-drawn patterns into real life beauty. Reimagine a plain white wall with this statement poppy wallpaper for the perfect bold addition to your home this spring.
Faux Lilac Wreath, Pottery Barn, $119, potterybarn.com
Now that the interior of your home is spring-ready, it’s time to give a little flowery touch to the front door, as well. Pottery Barn’s stunning lilac wreath will make your visitors feel welcomed upon greeting the classic, lush shades of lavender and green. After all, first impressions are everything.