Spring Refresh Home Decor

Spring Home Decor

Spring has sprung! Time for a home decor refresh! I gathered my favorite glass pieces and flowers from Jo-Ann Craft Store  to create my own spring blossom-inspired display.

I LOVE these new soft paper flowers from Jo-Anns. I couldn’t resist purchasing these purple lovelies. I set them in my antique teal large blue mason jar. I paired that with a few up-cycled pasta jars panted in a soft teal chalk paint. The paint I used is FolkArt® Home Decor™ Chalk Paint

This rose gold set is upcycled Four Roses Bourbon bottles. I love the shape, glass color and roses detail on these glass bottles! I decided to spray Rustoleum’s copper metallic spray paint just over the raised roses emblem.

The larger bottles are upcylced Moscato bottles with the same metallic spray paint.

I love combining different types of gold in my decor and recycling pieces throughout the season. All it takes to transition is mixing in pops of seasonal color.

I updated my silver mercury glass tub for Spring with more of the lovely paper flowers from Jo-Anns.

This charming slate board is a gift from Pampered Chef!

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14 Comments

  1. Wow how exciting! Congratulations on your home. Thank you for reading & writing a reply!

  2. Hi Leslie thank you for reading and replying with such a sweet comment! I love to upcycle the Moscato bottles I run through. it’s sad to hear that your Joanns is across town! The gold flakes are loose glitter I bought around the holidays at a craft store I can’t remember which one. I think you could probably create a similar look by shredding metallic foil paper 🙂

  3. Glad to see some Moscato bottles dressed up and in the mix. Those paper flowers are so delicate. We only have one JoAnn’s and it is clear ‘cross town so I never think to go there. Obviously a mistake. What are the gold flakes in the larger container/candle holder? Love all of the textures and metallics.

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