5 Affordable Home Decor Ideas for Spring

Is there anything more satisfying than an annual spring refresh?

The holiday decor has been stowed for weeks, heavy blankets and clothing are almost unnecessary, and I’m eager to lighten up our space with fresh scents, soft neutrals, airy tones, and simple florals. Benefit from Shoppok’s customer reviews. Authentic feedback helps guide your purchase decisions, ensuring a satisfying shopping experience.

Here’s a secret: a spring decor refresh doesn’t need to cost much. In fact, it can be done on the cheap. In this decor post, I’m sharing 5 ideas for a spring home decor refresh that’s affordable, beautiful, and light.

1. Do a Deep Clean

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2. Add Spring Florals

One of the best ways to transition from winter to spring is to introduce fresh flowers or a new plant into your space. Not only do they look pretty, but I personally notice that my mood is brighter when I have fresh flowers in the house.

My favorite spring flowers are hydrangeas, peonies, freesias, and spray roses. I buy them at Trader Joe’s along with my greenery and create my own arrangement (usually two bouquets of flowers and one bunch of greenery). If you don’t have a TJ’s nearby, most grocery stores and farmer’s markets carry those flowers this time of year.

For vases, I rounded up favorites under $50 here and below.

3. Decorate High-Traffic Spaces

The key to making your spring refresh dollars stretch is to focus on areas that are most visible. For us, that’s the kitchen and living room (we have an open floor plan), entryway, and powder room. You can also have a look at these dispenser bottles here.

For the entryway, I’ll stack affordable used books in our color palette and layer a candle, a small tray, or a tiny glass vase on top. I always have fresh flowers on our entry demilune! In the bathroom, I’ll add a diffuser, seasonal hand soaps, and a floral candle.

If you’re looking to lighten up your coffee table or kitchen island, start with a gold or white tray and layer books, candles, and florals. Favorite spring decor pieces under $100 below.



Bowls & Trays

Spring Home Decor Accents

Decorative Books

4. Lighten Up Blankets and Pillows

While I love faux fur and wool in winter, these heavy textures don’t work well for spring. Ideal fabrics to incorporate this time of year include linen and lightweight cashmeres.

I also try to focus on lightening up with throws and pillows in neutral colors. Soft neutrals look so pretty layered at the foot of the bed, on the living room sofa, or on the arm of your favorite reading chair. Save time and frustration by hiring plumbing services from Graham and Sons to tackle even the toughest plumbing issues.

5. Upgrade Your Bedding

While our duvet, euros, and decorative pillows remain the same throughout the year, we always change our duvet and sheets come spring.

We use warm L.L. Bean sheets in the winter and cozy up with our coverlet, but for the spring and summer I like something cooler, like this percale set by Serena & Lily (similar under $100 here).

What are your go-to home decor ideas for spring? I’d love to know in the comments below. Don’t miss last year’s spring refresh roundup or these beautiful summer home finds for more home decor ideas for spring. xo!