Spring Vignette Refresh – Three Ways

You guys…I threw in the towel! I just couldn’t wait for all of our snow to go away to start pulling out some of my spring and Easter decor. It is supposed to snow all weekend here and I am so over it! Last year, I shared a spring vignette that I created for our 16-foot island and it was, by far, one of my best performing post on Pinterest. Today, I am sharing my spring vignette refresh and how you can change it up three ways depending on your own personal style. Hopefully, you can help me figure out which version I should go with for the season!

A Simple Spring Vignette Refresh - Three Ways - Home with Holliday

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I always love reusing and recycling my decorations. For this year, I am reusing about half of what I worked with last year and then am adding a few new finds to mix things up.

My Spring Vignette Refresh – Three Ways

Let’s start with what I put together last year. You can see the whole post with Tips for Creating Simple Spring or Easter Decor HERE. This is the “BEFORE”…keep in mind that I have been working on improving my camera skills since I took these a year ago.

A Spring Vignette Refresh - Before - Home with Holliday
A Spring Vignette Refresh - Before - Home with Holliday
A Spring Vignette Refresh - Before - Home with Holliday

Spring Vignette Refresh – Simple Traditional Look

On occasion, I go a little crazy with trying different ways to recreate prior looks I have put together. Once I started messing around with the items I used last year, I got to thinking that you, as my reader, most likely have a different home-style than me. With that being said, I thought it might be fun to show the different looks you can create with only a few minor changes.

A Simple Spring Vignette Refresh - Three Ways - Home with Holliday

So, the main changes for this first vignette are the brass glass hurricanes that I added. I am totally in love with the new hurricanes and can use them throughout the year for so many applications. They are from Target and I have linked them below for you. The ferns are from Pottery Barn can be used through the summer and even the fall.

A Spring Vignette Refresh - Three Ways - Home with Holliday

For this design, I decided not to use the lid on my cake plate to leave it all a little more open. The glass of the hurricanes balances so nicely with the glass of the cake plate.

A Spring Vignette Refresh - Three Ways - Home with Holliday

For this version and the rest, I decided to use less of the varieties of eggs to keep things a little cleaner looking. But, don’t worry, I have plans for the rest of them!

A Spring Vignette Refresh - Three Ways - Home with Holliday

Spring Vignette Refresh – Contemporary Look

Recently, I have become obsessed with snake plants and I picked this one up at HomeGoods last week. I thought it would be perfect to feature here. This simple change really simplifies the look and gives it more of a contemporary feel than the lacy ferns.

A Simple Spring Vignette Refresh - Three Ways - Home with Holliday
A Spring Vignette Refresh - Three Ways - Home with Holliday
An Easy Spring Vignette Refresh - Three Ways - Home with Holliday
A Simple Spring Vignette Refresh - Three Ways - Home with Holliday

Spring Vignette Refresh – Dramatic Spring Look

For this last version, I wanted to add a little drama. And, who doesn’t love a vase full of cherry blossoms?! Because my island is so large, it can take the scale of this arrangement. You could use any type of blooms here, faux or real, large or small.

A Spring Vignette Refresh - Three Ways - Home with Holliday

I have searched and searched for the best looking faux cherry blossoms because my cherry tree blooms late here in Colorado. I found these online and ordered them right away! These also come in pink and would be just as lovely.

A Simple Spring Vignette Refresh - Three Ways - Home with Holliday
A Simple Spring Vignette Refresh - Three Ways - Home with Holliday
A Simple Spring Vignette Refresh - Three Ways - Home with Holliday

So, what is your favorite based your own style?! Hopefully, the little spring vignette refresh has given you some new ideas for your own spring decor. Considering we got another 6 inches of snow last night, I really needed to bring a little spring into my home to help wish it forward!

Spring Vignette Refresh - Three Ways - Home with Holliday

10 COMMENTS

  1. Kim @Serving Up Southern | 5th Mar 19

    I love all three of the ways you styled your vignette, Holly! All three variations are so fresh and spring-like. Pinned!

    • Holliday Johnson | 6th Mar 19

      Thank you so much, Kim! I was so honored to be featured! It can be so simple to mix up a look! Thank you for the pinning!

  2. Leanna Forsythe | 5th Mar 19

    These are all very beautiful. After all the long winter months is so nice to see green again. I absolutely love your arrangments as they are simple and elegant. Pinning

    • Holliday Johnson | 6th Mar 19

      You made my day, Leanna! I am so ready for some real live green to pop up in our yard! It has been a LONG winter for sure!

  3. Rosemary Palmer | 6th Mar 19

    I love all your bunnies. Very simple but elegant.

    • Holliday Johnson | 6th Mar 19

      Thank you, Rosemary! What a fabulous name you have! I appreciate your kind words. XO

  4. Julie Briones | 8th Mar 19

    Love your styleS! 😉 You have such a wonderful touch with your decor, Holly! Thanks for sharing at Homestyle Gathering!

  5. Corrine | 10th Mar 19

    While all your ideas are lovely I’m going to be very boring and say I like the original the best! Just my style I guess but they are all beautiful in their own way ❤️ I’ve also started on spring decor a little although it’s still cold where I live. Done with winter 😊

    • Holliday Johnson | 11th Mar 19

      I feel you, Corrine! I am so over with winter, but it still seems to be sticking around here. 🙁

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