Since I’m running a little behind on getting my spring home tour post out this year, I guess it can now double as our summer home tour also – LOL!! It seems like I have these great plans of ALL the things I’m going to accomplish each week (or month)…..and then….well….laundry, cooking, cleaning, girls’ activities (you get the picture) get bumped into 1st place.
So naturally, MY plans get pushed back to the back burner. Plus… Mother’s Day is quickly approaching. And I gotta make sure my last, final push for getting gifts from the fam is STRONG.
Oh, that and my hopes of getting mother of the year – AGAIN this year- haha!! Anyhoo…..who’s ready to see our Spring Home Tour 2019?
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SPRING HOME TOUR 2019
You’ll notice quickly that my house kind of has a blue & yellow, and pineapple theme for the entry, dining room, and powder bath this year.
I do love yellow, ( because it just makes me happy) and I think our family needed a little extra “sunshine” this year.
If you had to choose just one….. what would be your favorite spring color this year? I’d love to know which color is the most popular choice for everyone – shoot me a comment.
You can also tell that I have a THANG for stripes – totally obsessed with them also!! Want more info on the yellow striped throw blanket, click here. I got the navy and white striped throw pillow and rug ( both) from Home Goods.
To see more of our Spring Entry and learn how to incorporate color into your home, click here.
SPRING DINING ROOM
I love how the different hues of aqua, turquoise, seafoam, and spa blue – all create interest and depth against the navy.
These blue-green colors also soften the stark contrast of navy and white when used as accents colors.
What do you think?
The yellows I used are all different shades also.
The yellow pitcher and daisy plates are more of a gold-yellow tone, the wreath is more of a green-yellow tone, and the place mats and farmhouse truck pillow (below) are more of a wheat-yellow tone.
These different yellow tones help keep the eye moving from place to place, and add visual weight to certain accent pieces.
To see more of our Spring Dining Room Easter Tablescape, click here.
SPRING POWDER BATHROOM
Sorry that the pictures from our powder bath – are just not the greatest!! I guess since this room does not receive any natural light, the pictures turn out a little bit stark.
And it’s probably CAMERA-USER ERROR – lol!! Just wanted to get that out there. Hopefully, you can still find some inspiration 🙂
*** I will be doing a post of our powder bathroom remodel – coming soon ***
So, you can tell I am crushin’ on pineapples -still!
Picture above: is an adorable hand towel that just makes me smile every time I go into our powder bath. It comes as a set with an aqua towel.
Picture below: Here is the 2nd towel (the top aqua towel in the wagon). They are such fun patterns, and add the perfect pop of color to our bath.
I am loving my new blue and yellow bath rug by Opalhouse! What do you think? It’s a fun twist on boho style – right?
I like that it incorporates the bright yellow and blue (more whimsical) colors versus the darker neutral (more muted) colors. And that fun aqua fringe – yep – makes the whole rug!
The powder bath is the perfect room in your home to have some fun decorating with!! It’s a small room that can add TONS of personality. So, welcome your guests with a smile 🙂
SPRING LIVING ROOM
I am using my emerald green and kelly green decor accents in my living room this spring. They normally have a home in the dining room, but were moved due to the Easter Tablescape decor this year.
But now….. I am kind of liking the green in here since it seems to connect the green from the outdoors as well. I’ll keep ya updated if I decide to change it!! LOL!!
Yes – my “love & hugs” will always find a home somewhere in our house. They just add a little daily encouragement, and can be seen from anywhere in the kitchen/living room area.
And since these are the most used areas in our home – they do their job done all. day. long!! It’s the little things!
If you want more information on the shiplap accent wall, white brick fireplace, or shiplap bookshelf click Adding a Shiplap Feature Wall to Living Room.
I do love how the aqua color(s) also mix with the greens and the navy blues in here as well. It is just a subtle shift in the color wheel, but it creates such a soothing environment.
To see more of this post, click Opening up Kitchen Wall to Living Room.
SPRING PATIO/ SPRING OUTDOOR LIVING SPACE
Our outdoor patio area definitely received the most attention and updates for spring this year. After we flooded, all of our attention (and money) went into remodeling the inside of our home. So, the backyard was looking very sad!!
We have replaced the fence (on one side for now), and have added some new cushions, plants, and rugs to freshen it up.
Even though we have a long way to go (the flooring around the patio (cool deck) has started peeling away, and will also need replacing- ugh)…… I can see the LIGHT!! God is so good!!
To see more of this post, click 9 Affordable Ways to Update Your Outdoor Living Space or DIY Painted Flower Pot Tutorial: Blue Top to learn how to paint planters blue.
If you are looking for more outdoor entertaining tips, summer decorating inspiration, or want to shop outdoor patio furniture try 10 Ultimate Outdoor Summer Party Essentials, 33 Stunning Outdoor Seating Inspirations, and 33 Best Outdoor Seating Options: ALL Under $500.
If you would like more info on the ivory paisley mat, click here.
*** Want to learn how to paint the tops of your flower pots blue, try DIY Painted Flower Pot Tutorial: Blue Top. ***
Hope you found some spring decorating inspiration and tips to bring fresh, colorful updates to your spring home. Thanks for stopping by!I
Have a Wonderful Spring and Summer!!
Love & Hugs 🙂