I love this bright floral print. If I could paint, I’d like to make art like this and hang it in my kitchen.
Daffodils are one of the first flowers that pop up here in the spring. Every time I see them, I smile. I just can’t help it. I’d hang this somewhere that I could see it every day.
This painting reminds me of the kind of bouquet my kids would gather in the garden and bring to me. I’d love to hang it in a bedroom.
I love the colors in this wreath, and the tulips are especially beautiful. Soft and subdued, it would look great on a number of different door colors.
Early buds on branches are a sign of the beauty to come, and I love the idea of having a pillow on my couch that speaks to it.
This blue floral pattern is soft and elegant. I like it for a bedroom.
I like these fun knobs for a bathroom or dresser in a feminine room.
The bright spring green makes this perfect for picnics and Easter gatherings.
This would inject some color into my white dinnerware.
Dark, warm colors work well for fall and winter, but I like something bright for spring. This coral is beautiful and lively.
The colors and stripes make this rug a great option for a kids’ room or playroom.
These colors work well in a neutral living room or bedroom. I like the way the coral and yellow stand out against the gray.
Not only would this be perfect for picnics, but when not in use, it would look great as a toy catchall or craft supply storage. My kids would love lifting the flaps to get out their treasures, and I’d be happy to corral all their tiny dolls inside every night.
Little painted egg boxes would look sweet on a side table or nightstand.
I’d love to hang this in my kitchen. It would also look great in a little girl’s room.
This is pretty for a small powder room or laundry room.
My daughter loves these fairy books. This spring edition is of special interest this time of year.
Babies love little board books. I like seasonal ones like this because of the bright colors and engaging illustrations.
Ruth Heller coloring books are not your usual coloring books. They are detailed and gorgeous works of art when completed. I’d recommend these for kids who like to sit and color for long periods of time.
I haven’t read this one, but I hope to find it soon. Cat books are my kids’ and my favorites.Next: Budget Decorator: 14 Ways to Invigorate Your Home for Spring