Décor is something I don’t do much of. This I’ll admit. But when I do I opt for minimalist and simple. This means lots of neutral tones, whites and simplistic things (despite the fact that I just heard white is out; I’m still going to stay with it). My mom’s décor style tends to be more rustic (country) and even “cute” in some ways, because she likes to place fun little holiday figures (snowmen, cloth birds) in small spaces. As spring is nearly up us (how did that creep up on us?), today, quite on a whim, I thought I’d allow myself some window shopping and look at some of the new spring 2021 décor looks and styles.
One of my most favorite places to shop is Target. Yes I know it’s not high-end or the cool places like Abercrombie or wherever else the cool Instagram kids shop these days. But I really don’t find a “style” I like at these other places, so I take my uncoolness and own it. Because at the end of the day, that’s just what we have to do, right? Apart from perhaps Etsy (which I can appreciate but also know can get a little pricey), Target is my go-to. Primarily most of the items featured here will likely be from Target but to add a bit of spice, I do promise to try and find some items from other places.
Come along as we window shop (and I attempt to make a kind of mood board or two) for fun new spring 2021 décor inspo!
SPRING 2021 DÉCOR INSPO
MINIMALIST AND SPIMPLE SPRING DÉCOR
Target has some pretty faux greenery. In the line (from Studio McGee to Project 62), there is some fabulous fake greenery, everything from small succulents to mini olive trees (or these fern plants, “a” and “b”). And let’s face it, for those of us who haven’t a clue how to keep real plant alive, these kinds of pieces are LIFE savers. If you go with mostly neutrel colors (like I do), greenery adds a bit of color and texture to anything you’re styling whether it’s as small as a shelf or as big as a room.
I also think this simple 6’ faux hazel garland would look pretty in a kitchen to add a bit of spring flair if you have a place for it. Or there’s also this pretty looking (tough to tell through a screen) eucalyptus branch that has decent ratings. Hearth and Hand also has lots of simple dish towels, too!
Dress up your door with a simple door mat, too!
2: Minimal and Simplistic
One of my favorite lines with Target is their Hearth and Hand collab with Magnolia aka Joanna Gaines. I don’t tend to look at kitchen things often, but they have some fun décor as does Targets new collaboration with Studio McGee. These glazed dinner plates are simple, but have texture and they look nice without being terribly costly. Browse more of the Studio McGee dinning table collection.
One of the best things about going minimal is you can decorate for a holiday like Easter, but do it in a way that’s not strictly Easter. For example these cute little wooden cut out bunny rabbits can work past just Easter for some spring refresh décor. The same can be applied for these speckled eggs; they may be associated more with Easter, but they’re not of the “cute” décor, so they would work into spring.
CUTE, BRIGHT AND FUN SPRING DÉCOR
1: Color and Fresh Cut Flowers
If you like brighter or fun décor for this new spring season, you can never go wrong with flowers. I love buying fresh flowers at the grocery store and putting them in the kitchen. Sometimes this might not always be the most practical or we just don’t want to deal with real flowers. So a quick way to add some color and spring flair is a pretty looking bunch of faux tulips in either of these bunches; you can choose from option ‘A’ or ‘B.’
With this sort of cuter décor, you can get away with more such as a whimsical style and it works because that’s partly the idea. You want something cute, but maybe not child-like cute. Things like these sweet little fabric carrots would fit the bill. Style them in a fun little basket and set in the middle of your dining table or on a table that’s maybe off the side of your entrance. These fun “corn husk” carrots would achieve the same look.
Plus, if you’re looking for something a bit brighter for the kitchen, nothing says spring more than this darling lemon kitchen towels. Add a bunch of these lemon branches in a vase to complete your kitchen re-fresh!
For any new holiday or season, wreaths are a fabulous way to add a simple touch to celebrate a new season or holiday. For instance, this is an adorable little “corn husk” 13” egg wreath from Opalhouse that’s not too much, but does add a pop of color and fun for the new season that is Easter.
Now I’m going to stop talking and turn things over to you! Do you guys like décor? What is your type of style? What sort of things do you pick up to refresh your space? Comment all of your ideas and tips below!
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