The weather is warming up and we finally have the opportunity to get outside and work on our decor for the spring season. Whether you like a rustic style or simply want to get some flowers in the front of your house, there is a DIY that can be done within a reasonable budget. Maybe you’ve got some old flower pots hanging around that can be cleaned or you have a Dollar Store around the corner.
With a little creativity, you don’t have to spend a ton to get great results.If you’re ready to freshen up your front porch, you will want to see these adorable setups I’ve got lined up.
If you have an old ladder hanging out in your garage, try painting a pleasant color and then adding some plants to it. You’ve just created a DIY vertical garden with a little twist.
Home Address Flower Pots
Whether the address paint has worn off the front of your house or you just want something a little unique, everyone is going to adore this house number plant arrangement.
Vertical Herb Garden
Vertical gardens are a great way to dress up a home that would otherwise look dull.
If you spend a lot of time on your porch, you’ll definitely love having a swinging bench such as this one. I can already imagine smelling the surrounding flowers while just lounging around.
If you’ve got a broken chair hanging around that you aren’t quite ready to let go up, slap on some bright paint and take off the seat cover to make room for a planter.
Tiered Flower Pots
There are just so many options for this tiered garden! You can either use the same flower arrangement on each tier or you can use solid colors in each. No matter what you choose, it’ll look great!
Add something that welcomes you guests, literally, to your home!
That basket on the front of your bike isn’t just for holding cute cats and small dogs anymore!
Boots aren’t just made for walking anymore! They’re actually quite good for decorating as well.
I really can’t express how happy I am for things to start warming up. I love seeing the season change (as much as I can, living in the desert) and waiting for greenery to show. There are so many fun things I am going to get to do around the house without having to bundle up. What’s your favorite way to dress up your house for the spring? Let us all know in the comments!