This is a really awkward time of year in the Pacific Northwest. There are times when temperatures can reach 65 degrees in February, giving you a taste of nice weather and getting you in the mood to start spring planting. Than there are times, like this week, when you wake up to 7″ of snow and freezing temperatures and all of you want is to be able to sit outside and get some vitamin D. So if you are like me and live in a place where spring weather still feels so far away, I’m talking about Bringing The Outdoors In and getting your interior ready!
Today, I’m working with Better Homes and Garden products from Walmart, and giving you a few ideas on how to bring greenery into your home and some inexpensive ways to update your decor.
I was really hoping that the weather would turn and I’d be able to decorate our outdoor living space for spring, but instead I’ll settle for adding some cozy touches and greenery into our family room.
I absolutely adore these modern black lanterns, they can work great outside or inside, or use them as a centerpiece for your Easter tablescape. To give them more of a spring outdoor look, I added a few moss pebbles and rocks.
I’m also a big fan of adding texture though out the year, and sometimes that even means keeping faux furs up until the real hot temperatures hit. I love how chic these pillows look on the couch, and would you believe that they are only around $10 each? Such a deal.
One of the ways that I keep a space feeling cozy, is adding ‘filler’ items like this Greek Key Pouf. It’s not only practical but it also adds a little bit of dimension and pattern to this modern neutral space.
I think this space is just proof that you don’t have to spend a lot of money on accessories in order to change up to the look and add a little bit of seasonal flare.