I’m excited to share my Early Spring Decorating Ideas and creative Farmhouse Home Tour with you today.
Don’t you just love to freshen your decor with a lighter feel after the heaviness of winter?
After removing all the winter decor, it feels so refreshing to add natural elements.
For todays tour you will see how I’ve began my spring decorating, using neutral colors throughout the farmhouse.
Blogger’s Best Spring Home Tour
Today I’m joining the Blogger’s Best Spring Home Tour blog hop sponsored by Kelly at The Tattered Pew. You will be able to see 25 + Spring Home Tours by clicking on the links at the end of this post.
If you are joining me from the talented Cindy at DIY Beautify, welcome. Didn’t you love Cindy’s Spring Dining Room filled with DIY ideas.
If you are new to my blog, I’m so glad you stopped by. I love to decorate my Industrial Farmhouse in a curated style by combining new, vintage, thrifted and DIY decor. If you’d like to know more about how my journey, click here.
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Farmhouse Spring Home Tour
Welcome to my Farmhouse Decorated for Early Spring. As you can see, Rudy is always eager to greet guests. However, he expects a lot of attention upon your arrival.
Upon entering our home, you can almost see the entire house immediately!
When we downsized to our 1936 sq. ft. farmhouse, a large space for guest to gather was a priority. Therefore I designed the living room, kitchen and dining area into one big room.
Farmhouse Spring Decorating Ideas
As you enter the house you are immediately in the living room. On the right hand side of the door is my desk and “office” area. This is where I get to write by blog and keep up with the wild life outside my window.
In addition to the modern laptop and cell phone, the area with filled with a vintage desk decor including a typewriter and rotary phone.
The desk is an old dining table that was rescued several years ago and the chair is another thrift store find. After painting the chair white, the seat cushion was replaced to give it an updated farmhouse feel.
Next, on the opposite side of the front doors, you will see the entry table which I shared last month.
It’s decorated for Spring with these 7 Entry Table Decorating Ideas.
The antique entry table is filled with neutral elements of spring and lots of DIY projects, which includes this Thrift Store Lamp Makeover.
Spring Decorating Details
Next to the sofa, a side table is located in the center of the room. It holds a metal lamp that has been painted every color imaginable. I’ve tried to replace it but nothing works as well to keep the view open.
The repurposed silverware box is perfect for holding remote controls as well as a few accessories such as a vintage flower frog, an antique stereoscope card and a candle stick with one of Antique Candle Companies Spring Scents.
The neutral rug from Boutique Rugs has a touch of blue so I added a couple of muted blue pillows to the sofa. They are a very subtle shade of blue to not conflict with the neutral spring decor.
Coffee Table Decorating Ideas
Next up is the coffee table located in the center of the room. It’s central location and size creates a challenge to decorate with a centerpiece that looks great from all directions.
In order to add some height, I added a Vintage French Cheese Board loaded with a couple of DIY Grapevine Topiaries that I shared last year.
In addition, there is a glass cloche covering a birds nest and the chippy metal bird is in keeping with the neutral theme.
Adding a small wreath around the base of the urn allows the decor to circle the topiary.
You can see another ceramic bird and bird nest as you circle the centerpiece.
Next, let’s look at the Farmhouse Kitchen decorated for Spring.
One of my favorite features of the farmhouse is the DIY Kitchen Island. Last Summer it went from a neutral gray to this bright green which was a little shocking in the beginning.
However, the color seems completely natural now and the green is working great with all the greenery that I’m using for my Early Spring Farmhouse Decorating.
Although the ceilings in the farmhouse are new tongue and groove beaded boards, I wanted a reclaimed wood feel. You can see the tutorial showing how we achieved this white washed distressed look here.
The kitchen rug is my only indulgence to color and I can add almost any color imaginable to the kitchen without worry of it clashing.
In addition to the rescued furniture, the island includes open shelving which was created using industrial pipe.
And the final side of the island hosts 4 bar stools that are a combination of metal and wood which works well with the industrial feel of the farmhouse.
Although the island top isn’t made from the reclaimed barn wood of my dreams, this technique helped to achieve the look I wanted.
Decorating the 7 x 6 foot island is always fun and for the spring, I added my favorite bowl from the French Farmer’s Wife. It’s filled with more DIY Topiaries and faux greenery.
Finally the island was completed with these 2 matching vintage industrial lights, which were salvaged from an old gas station.
Next up is the dining area which is filled with lots of white ironstone and vintage copper pieces. My love for woods and whites is very evident.
My copper collection continues to grow and is overflowing the DIY Plate Rack.
I just added several more pieces while out thrifting with the gals last week. If you love thrifting adventures, you should follow us over on Instagram.
Tomorrow, I’ll be revealing my Easter Tablescape for our March Supper Club Theme – Easter Brunch.
I hope you enjoyed todays tour and Farmhouse Spring Decorating Ideas.
Up next is Pasha at Pasha is Home and I know you are going to love her light and airy Spring tour. Be sure to click on all the links below to follow all the Spring Decorating Inspiration.
Bloggers’ Best Spring Home Tours
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