Today is all about Spring Shelf Styling Ideas! Sharing tips, inspiration, and my shelves all styled for spring! Linking a bunch of decor favorites perfect for styling your spring shelves at the bottom!
artwork for spring shelves:
When I transition my shelves from winter to spring, I like to make a few small changes to brighten up the look. Artwork is one way I love to do this.
In this corner, I brought in a new art print with some color- Wild Brush Art Print has such pretty colors, and is the perfect transition from winter to spring. The other piece of art was already on my shelves for winter. You don’t have to switch every piece out- just a few new pieces sprinkled in are perfect!
Below, find another new for spring art print, The Oak Ranch Art Print. When coordinating different art prints, it is a good idea to stick to one color scheme. You will see from above that the pieces of artwork are all quite different; however, they have the same colors in common.
fresh flowers & greenery for spring shelves:
Fresh greenery and/or flowers is another way I like to bring spring to my shelves. I bring out baskets, vases & pots in lighter colors & materials, filling them with greenery and flowers! Below, the small white pot, and rattan basket were both in my storage closet for winter. I’m loving the texture and the lighter color of the basket, and you really can’t go wrong with a simple white pot.
This Faux Fern is one of my favorite vase and pot fillers! So realistic!
decorative objects for spring shelves:
I would say an overall trend for my shelf decor this spring is neutral. I’m loving these McGee & Co. Vases in white and brown paired together on a shelf. If you are wanting more color, spring is definitely the time to transition to brighter colors! This West Elm Blue Vase would add some fun color to your open shelves! It also comes in yellow!
My vintage-inspired bowl and wood object pictured above are no longer available, but I’m loving this Etsy Cement Bowl!
Speaking of neutrals, my new Studio McGee For Target Neutral Vases are still available! They are shown on the top shelf above. I love them styled together like shown, or separately. The Small Neutral Vase would be adorable filled with fresh flowers and stacked on a few books on an end table or nightstand!
The wood box, wire basket, concrete planter, and a cute rattan lidded box all add some texture to the shelves shown above, which I find adds interest to my shelves. I’m loving this affordable Wood Trimmed Box and McGee & Co. Wire Basket– both new to my shelves this spring.
I hope you have enjoyed my spring shelf photo tour! Find some helpful tips below!
spring shelf styling tips:
- sprinkle in spring-like art prints throughout your shelves
- stack books vertically and horizontally throughout
- add a basket or vase (or both) filled with fresh flowers and/or faux greenery
- family photos in pretty frames are a great way to fill in your shelves
- add a candle in a spring scent
- and most importantly, have fun with it!
If you would like to read all about how we turned IKEA Billy Bookcases into the wall of built-ins shown above, find the Ikea Billy Bookcase Hack Tutorial here.