Three Ways to Welcome Spring

Spring has definitely arrived! Here in Salt Lake City we even made it into the 70’s this past week! The air smells and feels different and makes me giddy at its freshness… it has been one loooongg winter! Here are a few things to make the most of this perfect time of year in your living spaces.


It’s time to fold up the blankets, roll up the shaggy rugs, and store away the fur pillows, heavy duvets, hats and scarves. This process of ‘putting away winter’ will make you feel refreshed and make your home feel open, spacious and uncluttered.

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We use our favorite totes and store away winter items in the basement or garage leaving drawers and closets open and airy.


Spring is the time to worship mother nature and invite her into your home. Sole blossoms and blooms make a dreary room alive, house plants have the same effect.

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Undo the layers of winter and really lighten up the mantle and walls by removing cluttered frames and candles.


Scent is a powerful tool for the environment in your home. The last thing you want is for your new spring space to smell like steamed broccoli. I am in love with Mrs Meyer’s new radish scent cleaning products.

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The scent smells like fresh wet grass and will make your house smell perfect while you are spring cleaning or washing the dishes.

These three things will hopefully bring a little spring in your step to enjoy your home this season. Do you have any rituals or routines around your home this time of year?


16 Responses to “Three Ways to Welcome Spring”

  1. Terri clayton Says:

    I think I have been inspired!

  2. LB Says:

    Thanks for these tips! I’m ready to lighten up and add a touch of spring inside. :)

  3. Lane Says:

    What is the source of the first photo in this post? I love the chandelier and want to know where I can find it! Thanks.

  4. Emily Says:

    Lane, the photo is from It’s a great light fixture, good luck with the hunt!

  5. Mrs. Russell Says:

    Where is the coffee table from? I love it!

  6. Emily Says:

    I’m not sure where this one is from, but this one at crate and barrel is very similar:

  7. Lindsey Says:

    Lane, I also love the lantern in the first photo!
    It is a Currey & Company Fitzjames Lantern.

  8. Michelle Says:

    Also love the decor in the first photo. Any idea where the couches are from?

  9. Sarah Says:

    Michelle, they look a lot like these couches from west elm:||NoFacet-_-NoFacet-_–_-

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  11. Mari Says:

    I love that first room! What whites did they use for ceiling, trim and walls?!

  12. Emily Says:

    Hi Mari, this looks like a true Hi Hide White, which should be a color most paint brands should carry.

  13. Kara Says:

    I’d love to know where the light wood mirror in the third picture is from if you know. Thanks!

  14. Emily Says:

    Hi Kara, unfortunately I don’t have the source of that mirror. This pic is from Kerri Russell’s home that was featured in Elle Decor. Here is the link: Good luck with the mirror hunt!

  15. Lisa Fernandez Says:

    Hi can u please tell me where the white curtains with black trim are from

  16. Emily Says:

    Hi Lisa, sorry, this is not our image and not sure where the drapes are from.