Yellow Spring Decor

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IF there’s anything I learned from my mom’s decor style, it was her ability to decorate minimally.  She is a perfect example of not having a ton of things out.  She uses pictures from trips, and a few knick knacks, but she’s so good at keeping her house tidy by only have a few things out on shelves.

For my Spring Decor this year, I decided to “purge” and do minimal decor for the first time. 

Rather than have 55 pictures of my girl on the entry table, I purged it down to ONE photo. 

ONE. 

UN…HEARD…OF

And… I’m now in LOVE with my minimally decorated entry way. 

Who wouldda thought?

For my Spring decor, I chose yellow.  I’m kind of obsessed with yellow right now.  Not sure where that came from, but boy oh boy, do I LOVE yellow!

Add in some polka dots, and I’m just a little obsession queen!

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Thanks to Balsam Hill, I got a Boxwood Wreath for my spring decor, along with $100 ETSY gift card for spring decor shopping. 

HOLY FUN SHOPPING DAY!

When my packages from The Pillow People and Expressions Wall Art arrived, it was an early Mother’s Day!

I ordered a set of 2 pillow slipcovers for my couch from The Pillow People and went BIG and ordered a CUSTOM wood FAMILY RULES sign from Expressions Wall Art.  Both companies were super easy to work with and had my order delivered well before I expected them to arrive! 

I HEART handmade!

The perfect accessories to decorate for Spring! I never buy home decor items, because I always feel like I should use what I have on hand to decorate, so this was the perfect MOTHER’S DAY TREAT for myself!

I added to my Spring decor by painting a wooden “welcome” sign to add to my Balsam Hill Boxwood wreath, and painted a mason jar with my YELLOW inspiration and added polka dots.

 

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 This welcome sign came from Hobby Lobby.  So many fun chipboard words to choose from! 

I love “words” for home decor!

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 After using the nailpolish bottle-top to make my circles, I used a brush to fill in the polka dots.

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My home is now springy with cheer and sunshine…

My mom would be proud!

Here’s how YOU can get on the lucky decor train! 

Balsam Hill has generously offered up an amazing giveaway for one lucky reader.  Not only do you have a chance to win one of their gorgeous wreaths, but a $100 Etsy gift card as well – so you can have a wonderful Mother’s Day for yourself and Spring-ify your home!

Just follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter widget below to enter! The giveaway runs through 11:59 pm eastern, Monday, May 12th.  

I’ll announce the winner on Tuesday, May 13th on Facebook, as well as in this widget, so be sure to check back and keep an eye on your spam folder!

{This giveaway is open to anyone 18 years of age and older with a US or Canada mailing address.}

Full Disclosure: I received a free wreath and Etsy gift card to facilitate this project; however,  all opinions are 100% my own!

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  1. says

    Even thought it is trendy in the blog world to make or buy new decor every year, I like to put a lot of the same things out each year. I love the sense of tradition and comfort those pieces bring each year. My mom did that, even though she is a crafter, and I plan on continuing it!

    Cute choices, btw!
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  2. Jessica says

    My mom always shopped the house, rearranging and finding new homes for things. It’s always nice to change things up a bit even if you don’t get anything new!

  3. Nile says

    My mom taught me how to arrange different items in groups and thrift shop for what you need…and even things you maybe didn’t realize you needed (or wanted!).

  4. Jen says

    My mom and I seem to have opposing taste when it comes to decor. She is quite traditional whereas I like mixing modern and vintage looks, but still keeping it rather minimal.

  5. says

    My mom has a meaning for almost every accessory in her home. Whether it is a vintage piece from her mom, family pictures, or shells from a beach vacation. I have tried to take her lead, and done the same thing. She is a fabulous designer. Thanks for the giveaway.
    I heart Balsam Hill Boxwood Wreaths :)
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  6. Geoff K says

    I’ve inherited my mom’s minimalistic design aesthetic – a lot of monochrome and subtle touches with occasional pops of color!

  7. T Michelle Trump says

    My mom best use what you love and means the most to you when decorating, my mom uses lots of family photos and family memorabilia in her home!

  8. danielle Marie says

    does measure twice cut once count? and always buy a little extra when making things, even for decorations.

  9. Erica C. says

    I like the tip of making sure blankets and pillows are comfortable as well as nice to look at!

  10. Holly C. says

    my mom always said decorate your bathroom like any other room, a nice piece of art and not cheesy bathtub deco lol.

  11. mickeyfan says

    My mom was a “saver” and reused the same items year after year. They might be in different places, but it was the same basics.

  12. Jennifer Reed says

    A decorating tip I have taken from my MOM is to pay attention to scents in my home. To keep wonderful smells through candles and diffusers in my home.

  13. says

    All the yellow makes me so happy! I love it. I think the one decorating thing I learned from my mom is to make your house a place that reflects you. My mom’s decorating style is completely different than mine but it reflects her and her style and she is proud of her home.

  14. Danielle says

    I didn’t grow up with my mom but I always learned to be frugal and shop places that are inexpensive and you can create anything

  15. says

    My mom always taught me to use what you have. Reuse, redo, or trade with friends. I love the look of these decor ideas and am so ready to go minimal in our house. Thanks for sharing!

  16. tina reynolds says

    My mom taught me start with one piece you love and that makes you smile and go from that point

  17. Laurie Emerson says

    My mom always had such bright and vibrant colors from pillows to candles to tableware. I have the same kind of colors as she did.

  18. Pat B says

    I learned to go crazy with Christmas decorating and that white lights look better than colored on a Christmas tree

  19. Karen says

    That the pictures on the living room wall should be level. Actually – it was making her nutty so she fixed it, but I guess that counts. ;)

  20. Deb C says

    My Mom is wonderful in many ways, but decorating is not one of them. So I have to say, I haven’t taken any tips from her. Other advice from her has been very valuable though.

  21. Kimmy Ripley says

    My mom had a love for black and white and I got that from her. Most of our home has a black and white theme.

  22. jules m. says

    my mom loved having pictures of her family on the walls, and not a lot of clutter. I’ve done the same at my home except i do have some art prints as well.

  23. Kayte CookWatts says

    My mom liked to put family pictures everywhere. She was also not a fan of knick knacks, she liked things to be practical. I definitely feel the same!

  24. Angela Ash says

    The only decorating tip I can think of right off the bat is the use of plants in the house. I like easy to care for houseplants in different rooms.

  25. Vikki Billings says

    I have taken from my mom the ability to make cool things from junk and lots of candles to decorate also.

  26. Jessica says

    My mom loved to decorate with flowers. i don’t have a green thumb, but I like to bring vibrant colors into our decor.

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