Thursday, February 18, 2016

Spring It On!

Is anyone ready for Spring? I know I am! The weather here in the north east doesn't know what it wants to do, but I need to see blooms and greenery soon.  How do you bring Spring into your home?
I found a few sure fire ways to feel like you can give your home a little spring in it's step.  Add bursts of blooms and not just fresh flowers, I am talking walls, accessories etc. 
Take a look! Don't forget to  join the link up below!

When I really need to escape and find Spring I hide out in my greenhouse!
These plants want out!

Wow, Wisteria Home these blooms are gorgeous
and can make any home instantly shine like Spring!

The above stunning blooms of Art are from the wonderful Pink Pagoda, they have both color and drama yet invoke that feeling of a sunny day.

Okay, maybe art isn't your thing but who can resist a good pillow? I just love Caitlin Wilson Pillows and fabric!
Look at how you can coordinate the floral with solids.
Caitlin Wilson

Accessories are always a good thing.
Diane James Home has the most exquisite faux florals and you can find ones for a budget or for a splurge. I say splurge because you can have them forever!
I love the trays as well they can add a punch of color and fun to any coffee table or party.


  1. Yes we are ready for spring! I'll confess that here in Texas it already is spring. My irises and jasmine are blooming. It has been warmer than usual but we are enjoying it.

    You found some amazing examples of florals. I like the edgy look of the artwork. It's floral but not old fashioned.

    I'm so glad you linked up with us for TOHOT #2. :)

  2. Beautiful florals that truly invoke spring! As Stacey said, spring seems to have arrived here in Texas.


  3. You have a greenhouse! That is wonderful. I have started hinting to my husband that if we had one...the patio plants wouldn't be in our way all over the house during the winter...

    1. Its great to be able to save your plants for at least 2 seasons especially Ferns. In another month I will be starting seedlings for the vegetable garden. Go get a greenhouse my friend!

    My post today is about spring too. Guess we are all getting antsy. The photos are lovely!

  5. Everything thing here has my ind turned to Spring! The photographs are stunning! Have a great weekend.

  6. I am SO ready for spring! Especially since today it is absolutely freezing. Our refrigerator broke so we have to use the garage one until we buy a new one for the kitchen. I hate going out there to get something when it's this cold! It's nice to see all the gorgeous color in this post though!

  7. You have selected beautiful spring images, but I will admit, you had me at greenhouse.

    A greenhouse! I need one.

    Thank you for joining our 2nd Thoughts of Home on Thursday party!

    *pinning to our TOHOT board.

  8. Karolyn your posts are always so on point!! I wish mine were!!

  9. Spring cannot come soon enough! Bring on the beautiful flowers!


  10. I just love florals. This post is pure perfection!
    It is such a joy to have you join the gathering at Thoughts of Home on Thursday. You really help to elevate it to something very special.

  11. Such beautiful inspiration to make all of us long for spring!
    Mary Alice

  12. Yes! I am SO ready for Spring...everyone of these flowers is gorgeous! Have a beautiful Sunday, sweet Karolyn! xoxo

    1. Me too, as soon as it thaws I will head up your way for sure!

  13. Hello Sweet Friend,
    Wow! You have shared such beautiful Spring inspiration! We are having some light drizzle today so this is the perfect pick me up!
    I am so happy to see you here sharing your talent and decorating style at Thoughts of Home on Thursday too!

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