9 Home Decor items for a Spring Bedroom Refresh!
Spring Has Arrived (Finally)
Goodbye to Wisconsin Winter, HELLO SPRING! Every year at about this time I like to revisit our rentals to give the rooms a little refresh. We are about to hit busy season and I love to add a few new touches for returning visitors. I can’t wait to share a few items with you that I am really loving. Ready for the best part? They’re all at a great price. This mirror! The botanical art! The rug! Get ready to dream up your own Spring refresh.
1. Duvet Cover Queen Purple Bean Paste
2. Alexander von Humboldt Botanical Illustrations: 22 Pull-Out Posters
3. Botanical Prints: 45 Ready-to-Frame Vintage Illustrations for Your Home Decor
4. Kate and Laurel Tira Modern Marble SideTable
5. Kate and Laurel Traditional Arch Mirror
6. Bloomingville Throws
7. Elegant Natural Linen Blend Curtains
8. Creative Co-Op Putty Stoneware Pitcher
9. Loloi II Hathaway Blush Multi Vintage Rug
My New Favorite Color
You might have noticed that I am on a really purple kick! This is a color I never thought I would design with but lately it is popping up everywhere in our spaces, just like the spring flowers appearing our yard. It started with this Eggplant bathroom, then the Heliotrope bedroom, and the dresser…now this guest room! The color of this duvet is called Bean Paste, which I was not quite sure about, but it’s a really beautiful muted lavender.
The Fairest of them all
How great is this mirror! Usually I love the look of thrifted mirrors, but the weight and price can be hefty. The price on this was totally worth the character it adds to the space. My favorite detail is how ornate the detailing is on the top, this would also be beautiful in a dining room or entryway. Here I’ve decided to lean it on the barn wood ledge. I paired the mirror with a framed page from this botany book. If you thrift the frames, it’s such an easy way to create art for a little $$!
Shop Around the House
Like with most of my revamps, a few items were moved from other rooms. I love to challenge myself to repurposing items in new spaces. This brass and marble side table is one of my favorites, and this Loloi rug was moved from another room and works great with the new duvet. Fresh flowers are always a lovely welcome when staying somewhere new, and they look beautiful in this stone vase.