Decked and Styled Spring Home Tour

I have to admit, it makes me giggle a little to see friends to the north still covered in snow. Down here in Georgia, it has pretty much felt like spring since last summer. Hear that, winter? You missed your chance- I was mad at you for the few fires we were able to build this year and the stock of hot chocolate that still fills our pantry. But, I’m over it- no late surprises now, please! My house is officially ready for spring and filled with blooms – no turning back now 😉 I’ll let you in on a little secret. I honestly was planning on coasting through 2017 without sharing a home tour until summer. But, when my friend Bree of ZDesign At Home invited me to participate in the Decked and Styled Spring Home Tour, I knew it was the perfect motivation I needed to get my act together.

If you are joining from my friend ridiculously talented friend Kris’s blog, Driven by Decor, welcome!  We “play” together a good bit so you may have been here before but if this is your first time joining me, thank you for stopping by! I would love for you to visit again and you can sign up for my updates at the bottom of this post. At the end of my tour, I will send you on to the next home. Here’s the lineup for today.

For those of you who have visited my home tours in other seasons, 1. thank you for coming back and 2. you probably know the deal. I typically do one tour per season and try to cover most of my house in one shebang so it can get a bit lengthy. Today is that day. The full spring home tour day (yay!). [To see my other seasonal home tours, click the “Home Tours” dropdown menu at the top of the page].

NOTE: All room sources, wall colors, etc. are linked and listed at the bottom of this post.

While Christmas (and fall) decorating in our home is all about adding “all the things”, spring is about freshness and minimalism. Since the beginning of the year, I have been in de-cluttering/organization overload. [You can catch my recent organization posts HERE.] After the last of the cedar and pine were swept up (ok, who am I kidding? I’m still finding that stuff everywhere!), the last thing I wanted to do was to buy more/add more… the only “more” I wanted was more of less. So that’s what I’ve been doing the past two months. Most of my spring decor was brought in through flowers and plants (both faux and real)… ok, ok, and a few new pillows, too 😉 The first thing I did was haul out the fur, pine cones, and heavy mercury glass. When I was satisfied with what remained, I made the trek to TJs to recruit my spring welcome wagon (basically, their entire floral department haha). For someone who swears by fresh flowers in the home, I have been on somewhat of a flower “diet” in my quest for clearing the clutter. So, this trip was kind of like my “cheat meal”… go big or go home, right? Obviously, my overdue craving got the best of me 😉

I’m embarrassed to say how long it took me to arrange and disperse my garden but as we go through the house, you can see all the pairings.

I recently shared how to bring spring to your kitchen for less than $10 from your local grocery store (HERE), and while I switched from cooler tones to vibrant purples and oranges, the same principles were used.

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If you saw my breakfast nook refresh (HERE), you know I sprang into spring a little early in this space haha. On my 2017 to-do list is new light fixtures to replace this chandelier and the kitchen lanterns. I love eucalyptus arrangements and this one proves you don’t have to go after all the flowers to welcome spring. You can pick up bunches at TJ’s for under $3.

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The biggest change to my great room is the punch of green brought in through my new fiddle leaf fig stems. This volcanic ash vase is holding three; they are on the more expensive side for stems, BUT, the quality is fantastic. As someone who isn’t a huge fan of faux, if I’m gonna go fake, I want it to look good ;). The stems can also be folded for a smaller arrangement. I didn’t have room for a full tree in here so this was the perfect solution.

Most of these natural elements (woven baskets and trays) are permanent fixtures in here but the addition of the more vibrant green makes the natural elements, as well as the blue and white, pop a bit more.

I just couldn’t part with my favorite navy velvet pillows so I kept them out for contrast.

I pulled out some of my lighter linen fabric pillow covers from the basement and incorporated a few new striped and tribal-esque patterned goodies I picked up from HomeGoods 😉

I’m realizing now I didn’t get a good picture of it but one of my favorite little fresh, “natural” additions to the room is a little box intended for toilet paper. I picked it up from the Pottery Barn Outlet for a few bucks; you can catch a little corner of it below.

If you watched my stories on Instagram last weekend, you know the project we were taking on. Here is a sneak peek but for those who have no idea what I’m talking about, I’ll be sharing soon!

In the fall and winter, pine cones are my go-to filler. In the spring and summer, it’s moss (HERE). You can add it to bowls, apothecary jars, and lanterns. Such an easy and inexpensive way to bring in some texture from the outside. My husband thinks they look like little fairy gardens… I’m cool with that!

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During that trip to the Pottery Barn Outlet, I found these blue ikat lumbar pillow covers for about $5/each. With the rest of the room serving as basically a blank canvas, two pillow shams and a small coordinating arrangement completely freshens the entire look for spring.

Since we are on the subject of guest bedrooms, did you see my recent announcement? I am going to be tackling our last guest bedroom in about a month – stay tuned for the six-week makeover 😉 You can see my reasons why in this latest post but, for those who weighed in, I will still be updating my master- just a bit more slowly. To see the week-to-week progress leading up to the big reveal, you can subscribe to my newsletter HERE.

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Speaking of the One Room Challenge, this office is the project I took on last fall. You can see the full reveal and before photos HERE. This space is already so bright and cheery, with subtle spring colors, a few flowers incorporated into the vases already on the bookcases make for an adorable display.

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It isn’t often that my dining table isn’t fully set. Right now, with the exception of a big arrangement and two simple runners, she’s as naked as can be. And, I’m kind of loving it. I also brought in the green hydrangea wreath I’ve used on the front door the past two years through spring and summer and hung it on my big mirror. This was a simple DIY project; I have the full, easy tutorial HERE.

Here’s a look back; I love her here but am also totally digging her inside. My front porch is currently bare, waiting out any seasonal “surprises”, but I’ll be sharing a fresh update out there soon!

This is also possibly the first time I’ve created an arrangement that coordinates with my water lily art. I think I need to pick up irises more often!

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Do you spy more moss in the bottom of the lantern on my bar cart? 😉

Similar to the great room, I added some extra green to this room, removed the heavy fabrics, and switched out the ottoman tray.

A few simple updates take this space from a darker, winter alcove to a bright spring sitting area. I have that PB tray in a rectangular shape in the great room and now an oval shape in the sitting room. Unfortunately, I don’t think it’s available anymore  but this one from Williams Sonoma is super similar.

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With all those flowers in the house, these bunches of eucalyptus are still some of my favs. While I am enjoying going lighter on the decor and don’t plan to be adding much of anything as the season goes on, I will be happy to replenish these guys to keep the whimsical, natural feel going on. If you are itching to start bringing in some spring, start with a plant. Or flowers. Just something natural and green. It will make a world of difference 😉

Thank you for hanging out (and hanging in there 😉 ) with me through my spring-i-fied home! For more warm weather inspo, head to Courtney of A Thoughtful Place next. From this little sneak peek, I am already digging those beautiful, light floral vibes!

And, if you missed anyone along the way, be sure to check out the others featured in today’s hop:

Style House Interiors |
Honey We’re Home |
ZDesign At Home |
Just A Girl And Her Blog |
Sunny Side Up |
The House of Silver Lining |
Four Generations One Roof |
Life On Virginia Street |
Driven by Decor |

So, yea, my interior is officially ready, but the next step will be whipping my outdoors into shape. Huge Costco ferns, I don’t know how long I can hold out for you! I’ll also be sharing a bunch of fun porch, deck, and patio action soon. Wishing you all a beautiful spring; if you aren’t quite there yet, I’m wishing you melted snow with minimal mess 😉


Fiddle Leaf Fig Stems | Volcano Ash Floor VaseVelvet Navy Pillows | Striped Pillows: HomeGoodsThatcher Wing Back Chairs | Table Lamp | Garden Stool | Blanket BasketQuatrefoil Mirrors Between Windows | Gold Foil Texas & Georgia State Art Prints | White Lidded Urn | Glass Cylinder VaseTree Art | Round Mirrors: World Market – no longer available (SIMILAR) | Wooden Tray: Pottery Barn – no longer available (SIMILAR| Blue & White Temple Jars | Clear Blue Glass Vase (SIMILAR) | Coasters | Volcano Candle | Mirrored Console Table: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Log Carrier: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Console Table Lamps: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Oversized Tray | ZGallerie Palais Side Table (IDENTICAL) | ZGallerie Palais  Coffee Table (IDENTICAL) | Rug: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Alarm Clock | Sofa: La-Z-Boy Aspen Collection | Fan: Progressive Lighting | Paint: Versatile Gray by Sherwin Williams | Flooring: Nottaway Hickory in Weathered Saddle


Faux Fiddle Fig (SIMILAR) | Basket (SIMILAR) | Greek Key Ottoman | Floor Lamp | Silver Garden Stool | White Garden Stool | Curtain Panels: (98″ in White) | Curtain Rod | Ottoman Basket Tray: Pottery Barn – no longer available (SIMILAR) | Chair | Pillow in Chair | Sheepskin: Costco (SIMILAR) | Table Lamp | Rug: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Apothecary Jars | Brass Candle Holders: HomeGoods (SIMILAR| Sofa: Antique | Restoration Hardware French Casement Double-Door Cabinet in Black Oak Drifted | Side Table: HomeGoods (SIMILAR)| Basket (SIMILAR) | Pier One Art – no longer available | Striped Pillows | White Pillows: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Gray Velvet Pillows: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Sunburst Mirrors: Various Sources – (Similar HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE) | Quatrefoil Mirror | Wall Urchins | Paint: Versatile Gray by Sherwin Williams | Flooring: Nottaway Hickory in Weathered Saddle


Bar Stools | Marble Cheese Board | Wooden Paddle Board | Soap Pedestal | Round Wood Wall Decor (SIMILAR)| Coasters | Pedestal | Ceramic Artichoke (SIMILAR) | Pedestal Bowl: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Candle Holders | Refrigerator | Cabinet Pulls: Pewter (SIMILAR) | Gravy Boat | FaucetStainless Cooktop | Stainless Steel Canopy Pro Style Wall Mount Range Hood | Paint: Perfect Greige by Sherwin Williams | Cabinet Paint: Unknown | Granite: Giallo Ornamental  | Backsplash: Puebla Travertina Beige in 3×6 tiles with Snow White Grout | Flooring: Nottaway Hickory in Weathered Saddle


Chairs | Table: Refinished (PROJECT HERE) | Chandelier | Round Mirror (SIMILAR) | Curtain Panels: (98″ in White) | Curtain Rod | Clear Blue Glass Vase (SIMILAR) | White Soup Tureen | Platter | Sideboard: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Candelabras (SIMILAR) | Ice Bucket | Wine Cooler | Wine Trough | Cake Stands: HERE, HERE, HERE| Espresso Cups & Saucers | Ceramic Vase (SIMILAR) | Paint: Perfect Greige by Sherwin Williams | Flooring: Nottaway Hickory in Weathered Saddle


Bed – Queen| Belgian Linen Duvet Cover & Euro Shams – white | Belgian Linen Diamond Quilt – white | Rug – 5×8 | Mirrored Brass Tray | Side Chair | Gray Zebra Print Throw Pillows | Taupe Throw Pillows (SIMILAR) |  Ikat Pillows: Pottery Barn- No Longer Available | Curtain Panels: (98″ in White) | Lamps: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Bench: HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Mirror: DIY Project | Night Stands: DIY Project | Fern Prints | Frames: Michaels – (SIMILAR) | Throw: HomeGoods | Paint: Alabaster by Sherwin Williams


Chairs – Linen | Bar Cart12-Light Chandelier | Candle Holders | Mirror: Homegoods – (SIMILAR) | Dining Table:  (84″ in Salvaged Brown) | Buffet: (72″ in Distressed White) | Curtain Panels: (98″ in White) | Rug: HomeGoods- Calvin Klein wool (SIMILAR) | Lamps: HomeGoods – (SIMILAR) | Silver Tea Service: Family Heirloom – (SIMILAR) | Table Runners |  Waterford Padova China | Waterford Bassano China | Pillows: HomeGoods | Church Painting | Water Lillies Art | Paint: Lauren’s Surprise by Sherwin Williams | Flooring: Nottaway Hickory in Weathered Saddle


Amerock Cabinet Pulls on Cabinets (Golden Champagne – 6 5/16″)Amerock Cabinet Pulls on Drawers (Golden Champagne -5 1/16″) | Grass Cloth | Lamp (Table – Brass) | Linen Tapered Drum Lamp Shade (Medium -White) | Wallingford 16″ Wide Antique Brass & Crystal Chandelier | Soft Shimmer Large Art Print (30×40, white mat, matte brass frame) by Julia Contacessi| Gold Foil Leaf Art (11×11, matte brass frame) by Stellax Creative | Round Wood Carving | Rug (7’10” x 10’10”) | Roman Shades (linen with silver ribbon) | White Quatrefoil Pillows | Gray & White Velvet Colorblock Pillows | Cotton Silver Gray Velvet Pillows | Midnight Navy Velvet Pillows | Trestle Table (Gray Acacia – 76″ x 43″)Gray Velvet Slipper Chair – HomeGoods (SIMILAR| Gold Mirror – HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Desk Chair | Cube Pouf – HomeGoods (SIMILAR) | Long Antique Brass Tray | Scissors | Tape Dispenser | Stapler | Glass and Gold Dish | White Footed China Bowls | Custom Note Pad | Initial Coaster | Hammered Brass Pencil Cup | Acrylic Notes Holder | Lilly Pulitzer Planner | Gold Binder Clips | Gold Paper ClipsMarble Coaster – HomeGoods (SIMILARRound Rattan Tray on Pouf- HomeGoods (SIMILAR) |   Oversized Chunky Throw (Ivory) | Faux Mohair Oversized Throw (Gray) | File Boxes | Magazine Holders | Document Boxes | Whitewash Baskets | Gray Short Neck Vase | Top Shelf Vases (HomeGoods) | Eduardo Garza Crystal Box | Gold LanternsGray Woven Trash Can | White Vase with Stopper – discontinued from West Elm | Small White Vase – discontinued from West Elm | Seat Cusion – DIY (HERE) | Carpentry – Bobby Barton of Heartwood Renovations, and Darryl Ponquinette of Ponquinette Fine Woodworks Paint: Sherwin Williams On the Rocks

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  1. 3.2.17
    Nancy Laverde said:

    Beautiful Kelley! And try writing was perfect too! That last cup of joe hooked it up lol!!! I just love how everything looks so fresh! I feel I could smell freshness, flowers and eucalyptus in your house. Totally inspired to get things done here in PA, although Mother Nature is totally playing with my feelings Smh! Warm one week, winter the next!

    • 3.2.17
      Nancy Laverde said:

      The writing** 😉

    • 3.2.17

      Nancy, you are too kind! It took me three cups last night to finish it and when I did, I thought “oh lord… I hope they have some time to kill, going through this” haha! I hear ya- from this point forward, it is all spring, all the time!

      • 3.2.17
        Tamara Ghibaudo said:


        Your home is absolutely gorgeous, I am trying to find your couch, which I see is lazy-boy, but can you tell me what color? The designer at the store is recommending the color mineral, does that seem familiar to you? I am trying to mimic your great room and office exactly, I would appreciated any help. Thank you

        • 3.5.17

          Tamara, thank you so much! I don’t remember he name of he fabric (which I hate because I get that question often). It very well could be minereal but I can’t say for sure. Sorry I can’t be of more help 🙁

          • 3.13.17
            Jean-eli Gauvin said:

            hey kelly. i am working with a customer that loves your great room set-up with the La-Z-Boy Aspen collection. I am La-Z-Boy employee and i would be able to tell you where to locate your fabric if you still have the original paperwork or if you feel like lifting up one of your footrests and showing me the info displayed. if you could respond via email or text/call would be preferred (407)802-7223. Jean. your help would be greatly appreciated by a die hard follower of your designs. hope to hear back from you soon.

          • 3.16.17

            Thank you so much! I actually just called (I don’t know why I haven’t thought of that) and they said it was “Cobblestone” which is now discontinued :/ I’m sure they have something comparable but it doesn’t look like mine is an option anymore.

  2. 3.2.17
    Ingrid said:

    I loved your Spring Tour! As a newbie, lol, I binge-read your entire blog last weekend! I promise I’m not a stalker, I just got caught up in all the “pretty”. You are so talented, and I love your personable, sometimes comical way of writing. Looking forward to many more tours and posts. All the best to you!?

    • 3.2.17

      Ingrid, I read your email the other day and am still making time to write back to you. Just know, you made my day. Wishing you a beautiful Tuesday and a wonderful spring. Thank you so much for “being here”!

  3. 3.2.17

    It’s absolutely gorgeous, as all your home tours are! I could also smell the freshness of all the flowers in your home! Question – where is your cable box located? I’m on a mission to figure out how people hide cable boxes to where the remote can still communicate with it, but it’s hidden. Or is that not possible? ha! Tell me your ways!!

  4. 3.2.17
    Vitri said:

    Everything is so beautiful! You are so talented in decorating! Your house looks so clean & crisp. I love it! 🙂

  5. 3.2.17
    Catherine said:

    Oh KelleyNan.. your home is so fresh and relaxing… It was such a pleasure to take the tour. Thank you for sharing such a lovely, precious place with us♥

    • 3.5.17

      Catherine, thank you so very much!! Please come back any time 😉

  6. 3.2.17
    Jenny said:

    I love your spring updates, so many lovely ideas. You have such a beautiful home! x

  7. 3.2.17
    Kerry said:

    Thanks Kelley Nan. You have put so much work into this project and it all looks wonderful!

  8. 3.2.17
    Margaret said:

    OMG…the irises!! ? They are by far my favorite flower and it made me so happy to see them in your Spring Home Tour! While I love flowers, I’m not so great at keeping them alive for more than a couple of days. Do you have a post about caring for fresh flowers or how often you replace them?

  9. 3.2.17
    Bree said:

    Kel, your spring home is beyond gorgy and I’m so glad you decided to share it with us by joining the tour!! I love all of your flower combos and the new vase…that was the only one I didn’t grab when I was at the store but I’m sure after seeing this post I’ll go back…lol you’ll probably see it in my summer tour? Thank you again for always being so gracious and happy spring my friend!!! Love you ?

  10. 3.2.17
    Samantha said:

    What a delightful treat to discover your blog on this tour!
    The green in the apothecary jars on top of the black cabinet intrigued me (in the living room, I think – although I saw them in the background of a great room pic) … is that more of the moss vase filler you linked to?
    Thanks for sharing your spring beauty of a home.

    • 3.5.17

      Thank you so much! And wow- you are observant! Yep- green moss with candles. I actually had a closeup but when I was trying to shorten the post, deleted it haha

      • 3.6.17
        Samantha said:

        Picked up preserved Spanish moss at HomeSense (Canadian version of Home Goods) this weekend, to fill out my wooden bowl nestled among cream pillar candles … so happy! Thanks for the spring inspiration (especially as it snowed on Sunday?!).

        • 3.8.17

          Oh my gosh! I am down in New Orleans and it is almost 80!

  11. 3.2.17
    Tamara said:

    Key, I love every detail and I wish I could visit your home in person to take it all in! Gorgeous!

  12. 3.2.17

    The flower splurge was worth every penny – your home looks absolutely gorgeous and definitely spring-ready! Always so fun to tour with you! 🙂

  13. 3.2.17
    Randi said:

    Everything is so beautiful Kelley! I just love how you sprinkle the season throughout your whole home! Love you dear friend! xo

  14. 3.3.17
    Brandy said:

    I’m new to your blog… I found you through Pinterest after pinning your beautiful Christmas decor. Your home is beautiful!!! I’m in the process of decorating our home and using your as inspiration! I was wondering though- the area rug in the great room… do you have any close up pictures or can you tell me where it it is from? I love it!

    • 3.5.17

      Brandy, thank you so much!! It means so much for you to come back and visit with me. I may have some closer shots in the new spring home tour ; it was a lucky find from HomeGoods!

  15. 3.3.17
    Kimberly said:

    So very beautiful as always-your new lantern ceiling light is so perfect there! Kelley Nan, I love your idea of “more of less” …After holidays I always saw my home as empty and naked after taking down Christmas décor…and was a bit depressing with the snow/cold up here in Indiana. Now I can see beauty in clean lines and minimalism of late winter and Springtime and enjoy the transition of seasons. It will be a time of organization/purging and regrouping. Thank you for all you do to inspire us!

  16. 3.5.17

    Such a beautiful tour Kelley! The “garden’ you dispersed throughout your home turned out to be so perfect for spring. You always have such fresh and fitting ideas for each season. I’m so glad you decided not to bypass spring and wait to share another tour until summer!

  17. 4.12.17
    Teri said:

    Hi Kelley,
    Thank you so much for sharing your stunningly beautiful home with us. You’re style is drop dead gorgeous. I wish I could copy every single room. I could actually feel the refreshing calm and joy come over me as I studied each photograph, and your writing style is pleasant and unpretentious- so professional. Now all you need is a TV show so your followers can get more inspiration from you!!

  18. 7.7.17
    Denise Perrin said:

    Hi there!

    What colour is use on the walls and trim in the living room? Looks elegant and classic.

    • 7.7.17

      Thank you! Versatile Gray by Sherwin Williams with Creamy as the trim.

  19. 9.21.17
    heather said:

    Hi, I love your sectional. What color is that from LazBoy?

  20. 11.4.17
    Irene Law said:

    I love love love love your house. I have been using it as reference for my house remodeling. What is the tile you used on the fireplace? It’s amazingly beautiful!

    • 11.7.17

      Hi, Irene Unfortunately, I picked the stacked stone out of a lineup and don’t know. I am so sorry! Best of luck and how fun! I hope it turns out just how you envision!

  21. 11.16.17
    Julie said:

    Hi Kelly,

    I love your style and decor, especially the great room. I recently bought a house with the same layout, and I have no idea how to decorate such a large area. Your house has inspired me!

    • 11.17.17

      Julie, congratulations!! Don’t feel like you need to line your walls with furniture. Bring everything in a little to create the sitting area. And, take your time! I made a few rush decisions that I regret.

  22. 11.21.17
    Anna said:

    Beautiful design! The great room is simply breathtaking. Would you mind sharing the color of the sofa?

    • 11.22.17

      Hi, Anna! unfortunately, the fabric is discontinued :/

  23. 2.4.18
    Laura said:

    Gorgeous home! We are looking to replace our front door. Where I’d yours from, and what stain is it? Thanks!!!

  24. 2.20.18
    Kelly sigler said:

    What do you use for lighting in your living room? I don’t see any lamps around the couch.

  25. 10.22.18
    Tracy Stewart Lange said:

    Oh my goodness… please tell me what company, style , and color is your stone on your fireplace… I have worn myself out looking at samples, pictures, etc. and it is crunch time. I have to get it selected and looked at your pictures today. I love the stone on your fireplace. It looks perfect. I would be very grateful for the help if you would email to me. — Tracy

  26. 4.16.19
    Dina C said:

    Can you tell me anything about the stone on the fireplace? The brand and any details would help me out so much. The room is beautiful.

    • 5.15.19

      Hi, Dina! Unfortunately, I picked it out of a lineup from our builder. I am so sorry!

  27. 1.2.23
    Julie said:

    I really like your formal living room! I struggle to find the right rug for rooms. And that one is beautiful. Can you share the info on that grey rug? I love it.