Last week I freshened up our little apartment for Spring! If i've learned anything over the years of being a mom and wife, it's that I don't need to spend a lot of money to decorate for a new season/holiday. I went shopping IN my house. Re-arranging everyday items into a new spot will give you a fresh look. 

White Tiered Tray: Hobby Lobby   EGGCELLENT plate: Rae Dunn, Home Goods   Wooden Eggs: Target Dollar spot  Faux plants: Ikea 

White Tiered Tray: Hobby Lobby 

EGGCELLENT plate: Rae Dunn, Home Goods 

Wooden Eggs: Target Dollar spot

Faux plants: Ikea 

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Happy Spring plate: Rae Dunn, Home Goods   White bunny: Target dollar spot   Faux Greenery: Michaels 

Happy Spring plate: Rae Dunn, Home Goods 

White bunny: Target dollar spot 

Faux Greenery: Michaels 

The house isn't the only thing that needs Spring Cleaning. My kids arts and crafts area was a hot mess all winter long. My boys love to draw and do crafts, so I needed everything to be in one spot. 

Wooden Toolbox: Ikea US$9.99  Mason Jars {diffeent sizes} Target + Kroger

Wooden Toolbox: Ikea US$9.99

Mason Jars {diffeent sizes} Target + Kroger

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Gingham Pillows: Target Dollar Spot

Gingham Pillows: Target Dollar Spot

I love to use throw pillows to freshen up any space. Its cheap, easy, and comfy, hah! I used the Gingham pillows on our bar stools to add a pop of color to our kitchen.

If you are going to spruce up your house for Spring, I would suggest picking a color palette and sticking to it. I chose whites, greens, and wood accents. I kept the colors cohesive throughout each space. Faux greenery is so versatile and you can re-use it for each season in different ways! 

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