Spring Decor Idea House 2017 Part 3
Part 3 of the Spring Decor Idea House 2017 is late due to the fact that I sold my house and moved in between Part 2 and Part 3! Moving is not fun, but when I get into my new place, it will be fun to arrange things in new and different ways. There are several ideas in this post that I would like to use in my new place.
I hope you enjoy all the inspiration in this Spring Decor Idea House 2017 Part 3!
The first room for ideas is a “Botanical” Room. The first thing you notice is a rabbit cage turned into a one-of-a-kind coffee table by just adding wheels! On the wall behind the couch is a salvaged iron gate decorated with air-plants creating wall art. On the adjoining wall, permanent fern stems secured in a glass frame form a botanical grouping.
In the corner, an old folding ladder serves as a plant stand.
The next two rooms are bedrooms. The top two pictures show botanical prints above the bed that simply secured with book binder clips. These are easy to change out and don’t require frames.
Vintage ladders leading against the wall, serve as nightstands.
The two bottom pictures show the master bedroom with salvaged door panels and curtains forming a backdrop for the bed. The nightstand uses a vintage sewing machine base with an added limestone top. The arrangement above the dresser, repeats the warm tones of the room.
In the upstairs bathroom, three hanging metal cages, embellished with candles and artificial greener, perk up the corner. Remember the rule of 3 in decorating? Check out the post!
Walking into the bathroom, you notice an unusual toilet paper holder. Try this using a small vintage tray, two hooks, wooden dowel, and two small drawer pulls. I’ll bet you’ll get a lot of comments on this piece!
Another room is a nursery filled with more ideas. As you walk in, you’ll notice the light has strips of scrap fabric tied to a metal ring creating a DIY chandelier.
Vintage furniture becomes a changing table by adding a decorative frame for the changing pad. The drawers hold necessary items for changing the baby.
What a cute idea for a wreath in the nursery! It’s made from disposable diapers and wide ribbon. You might want to remember this idea for a shower gift, too!
The hutch, in the nursery, holds toys, diapers, books, and other items for the baby!
The last room is the living room and sunroom combination. First, you’ll notice a salvaged garage door becoming the base for the wall art display behind the couch. Three metal funnels, filled with permanent greens, hang from piping. The three metal reliefs of farm animals balance the arrangement.
Notice the table between the chairs. Another vintage sewing machine base becomes a table by adding a glass top.
Looking at a full view of the living room, you can see the fireplace filled with items of interest to add to the Spring feeling of the room.
Finally, in the sunroom, notice the table setting and the vintage watering can arrangement.
One more idea…..On a small wall, they added a wooden ledge to a vintage corbel. On top is a metal tray with votives. A picture above it gives balance.
Do you see that these decor ideas are not limited to one season? What did you find interesting?
I have a vintage corbel, too! Now, to find the right spot to recreate this last idea!
You might want to save some of these ideas for future reference.
Thanks for your patience with this post! Happy decorating!
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