22 ideas to decorate with country style

22 ideas to decorate with country style

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If you thought that roses, blues and greens don't look good together, think again! These cushions in light tones are even better side by side.

Inspiration: Zevy Joy.

Color details in accessories

Add some colorful touches with cushions, blankets and lamps. They will complement perfectly with the neutral background of the room.

Inspiration: The Chronicles of Home.

Old jugs

Your favorite jug will also be the best support for branches and flowers. Gather some stems with flowers and make an arrangement in a jar to decorate any corner of the house.

Inspiration: TIDBITS.

Naturalistic illustrations

These sheets vintage on birds they look good all year round, but they seem especially appropriate in the spring months.

Inspiration: Town and Country Living

Fresh plants

Fill the vases with fresh stems, decorate with a pot with indoor plants such as succulents, and combine and mix small pots with other household accessories (such as books).

Inspiration: Cherished Bliss.

Wicker details

Change the side tables for wicker boxes, add a basket under the desk, or use wicker containers to organize blankets and cushions, they are functional and add a nice texture to the room.

Inspiration: Julie Blanner.

Spring wreath

Garlands are not only for winter parties, also for Easter! Form one with flowers, branches and ceramic animals to create the ideal ornament.

Inspiration: AKA Design.

Update the shelves

Simplify and renew the library eliminating clutter and leaving only the details that combine with a palette of spring color.

Inspiration: Craftberry Bush.

Restore antiques

Improve your "antiques"with fresh flowers, pastel ribbons, and spring details.

Inspiration: So Much Better With Age.

Vases on and under the fireplace

The vases and decorative bottles look great on a table, but better still in a group in any corner of the house.

Inspiration: Making Home Base.

Display your gardening tools

It may be a little early yet to start with outdoor tasks, but that doesn't mean you can't put them to good use now. Use the pots, tools and baskets to decorate your cupboards, tables, tablecloths and more.

Inspiration: The Golden Sycamore.

Fruit boxes

Keep your shoes tidy with an organization system in the hall with storage for everything. You will also save if you take advantage of the fruit boxes on the market.

Inspiration: Rooms for Rent Blog.

Seasonal details in the hall

Use a coat rack, bookshelf, bench, or any other storage piece in the lobby or hall to hang or plant. We love the bag with flowers hanging on the clothes rack.

Inspiration: Home Stories A to Z.

Decorate small corners

Use any corner to display plants and flowers, and that includes shutters!

Inspiration: Ella Claire Inspired.

Ceramic pieces

Use extra large vases and ceramic pieces to show off green branches or plants.

Inspiration: Nesting Place.

Pieces of wood

Add texture and natural details to the kitchen by displaying basics such as jars and jars on wooden logs.

Insiration: The Lettered Cottage.

A thematic corner

Turn over the sideboard with an Easter display with fresh flowers, bunnies, green and orange details, and everything you need for a brunch.

Inspiration: Clean and Scentsible.

Decorate with colored glassware

Decorate the kitchen by displaying slightly colored pieces of glass on their shelves. Soft blues, pinks, and greens will be great this season.

Inspiration: Shades of Blue Interiors.

Copper pieces

Light up the kitchen with crockery and copperware.

Inspiration: Maison de Pax.

Animate your work corner

Put pink and beige accessories with plants to create a quiet and cheerful place to work.

Inspiration: Jones Design Company.

Garnish with dry branches

The flowers, herbs and dried plants add a cheerful touch and a spring aroma to the home.

Inspiration: Unskinny Boppy.

Update the nightstand

You will have to do general cleaning in spring anyway, so it is a good time to remove things on the bedside table and add one or two more appropriate seasonal ornaments.

Inspiration: Finding Silver Pennies.

Via: Country Living US