Katherine @ Pender & Peony
Decorating for spring with 2017 trends

New leaves are unfurling, temperatures are warming, and azaleas across the South are blooming in a colorful profusion.  Spring is here, bringing renewed spirit and vibrancy to everything. It’s time to do the same for your home, with some spring decorating.  Embrace these spring decorating trends to freshen your home decor and shake off any lingering winter blues.

This Year's Perfect Color
Pantone’s color of the year is Greenery. This outdoorsy vibrant hue is sure to inspire that fresh spring feeling as it symbolizes spring’s new foliage.  Green is nature’s neutral, so don’t be afraid to mix and match this color with other bright hues for a bold effect.

Bohemian Decor
A wonderful mixture of retro hippie and world traveler layered for effect.  To add bohemian style to your home, play with folk textiles, warm colors, eclectic patterns, unfinished woods, and lots of throw pillows.

This classic material never really goes out of style.  It always adds a touch of luxury to table tops, serving ware, and decorative accents.  This spring, marble is showing up in particular abundance, and in reasonable prices: the perfect time to pick up a timeless piece or two.

Retro Lighting
Mid-century Modern is making a full comeback, and there's no cooler way to embrace it than through retro lighting. You'll easily find it in many stores, online and at craft fairs.

Geometric Accents
Play with bold shapes and linear forms to create dramatic focal points that really pop in a room.  You can incorporate geometric accents with decorative objects, art, or fabric.

Decorating trends of spring 2017
























Combine one, two or all of these spring home trends to welcome warmer temps and longer evenings.  Adapt them to your style and taste.  We hope these spring decorating trends inspire you to refresh and rejuvenate your home this season. Happy decorating!

Shopping Sources: Chandelier, Lamp, Glass, Banana Leaf Pillow, Art, Lanterns, Fern, Tassel Pillow, Quilt, Geometric Objects, Marble Compote, Table.




About The Author

Katherine is a historian by trade who is passionate about art and antiques. By day she manages the treasures of an international auction house and by night she indulges in her love of writing and decorating with her Southern lifestyle blog Pender & Peony. At P&P, Katherine inspires readers to decorate, entertain and navigate the South with grace, charm and gumption.