Spring has officially arrived! I’ve spent the last two weeks traveling the country and seeing homes in lots of different states. Some homes had amazing curb appeal and some had been left uncared for. Regardless of the size of house or impressiveness of the neighborhood, all the houses that I loved and that seemed welcoming have incorporated flowers. Flowers on the porch are such a simple and easy touch to add and are so inviting.
The eye naturally focuses on the door as you drive by homes. My basic fill in wreath needs to come down, I’m ready for a new Spring wreath. One of the first things I’m going to make when I get home is this split pea wreath. I love the look and the color and the simplicity. I think it’s absolutely perfect!
I love tulips! Did you see my tulip tablescape?!?! White tulips are so beautiful and I love that tulips have a long lifespan and aren’t messy at the end of their bloom. This arrangement is absolutely exquisite! I am going to fill my tin with tulips and make our back door look pretty, too.
Right about now, I’m wising that my front porch was a lot larger. I love the look of these feed store pots being stacked and used for flower arrangements. Amazing, right! I think I’ll have to scale it down a bit and still go for it!
And this is the front door mat I will be making this week. Wood, holes, and double thick pieces of twine. I have everything I need at home waiting for me! Darling, right! Totally beats my flat mat….time for some depth!So what are your spring plans!?! How is your door decorated!?!? This is my very favorite time of year. Blooms offer endless options for decor….and create such a picturesque backdrop. First stop the nursery!
Yellow has been one of my favorites now for quite some time. I’m usually not a huge fan of fake flowers, but this full wreath from A Soft Place is definitely thinking that with just the right flower, fake can totally be chic! These Forsythia are beautiful.
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