Disclosure: I was chosen to be a Michaels Maker for Michaels Stores. All opinions are 100% my own.
I think I am more excited about spring than ever before. This has been such a rainy winter here in Seattle (like record breaking) and I am dreaming of flowers, sunny days and a breath of fresh air! This month’s Michaels Makers Challenge is all about their new Floral Market that has over 500 new blooms!
I decided to embrace the changing of the seasons and bring spring into my home a little early with a Floral Spring Tablescape and burst of beautiful blooms throughout our main living area.
Floral Spring Tablescape
It’s amazing how just a few simple sprigs can completely transform a space and make it feel so fresh and inviting. I now walk downstairs and I feel my spirits brighten with the sight of spring.
If you follow me on Instagram, there other day I was talking about feeling like I’ve been having a decorating identity crisis. I know it sounds silly, but I’ve struggled a little bit with finding my way in this house. I’ll touch more on that in a separate post, but what I will tell you is that my heart is really with the farmhouse style and I’ve been trying to add more and more back into my decor. I never strayed too far, but now I’m all in.
Farmhouse Style Place Settings
I found these wicker chargers at Michaels and just fell in love. They are the perfect look and were super reasonable. They add a lot of dimension to the table and give a beautiful rustic look.
For each place setting I cut off a few sprigs and than hand stamped place cards. Something so simple yet so personal.
If you are ever looking for beautiful farmhouse style decor, I’m always impressed with how much decor Michaels has. Almost everything in this post can be found there.
For the centerpiece, I grouped a collection of vintage bottles all found at Michaels and added just a few branches.
I’ll be honest I am generally not a fan of faux flowers, I don’t use them often, but I couldn’t get over the quality and the variety of all these beautiful flowers at the Floral Market. I now have them all over our downstairs and they look so beautiful.