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Spring Catalog Picks

Celebrate new beginnings and adorn your home with Balsam Hill’s top spring catalog picks. Browse our selection of best-selling artificial floral arrangements and other floral decor from our spring catalog.

When Can I Put Up Spring Decor?

After months of cold and dreary weather, you must be eager to usher in some cheery sunshine with some top spring catalog picks. Most people typically begin decorating for spring between the last week of February or first weeks of March. Conventional wisdom also dictates putting up new spring decor about three to four weeks before Easter.

However, this depends on how intensive your spring refresh will be. Allot ample time to decorate for spring before planning any gatherings or house parties. If you’re planning on reupholstering furniture or repainting rooms, factor this into your timeline. Also consider how much time it will take for you to take out any spring decor you already have in storage. These items need inspection and cleaning before they’re display-ready. If you’re purchasing new decor, consider shipping and delivery timelines as well. Get ahead of the rush by shopping early.

Timing is also crucial if you are set on decorating with fresh flowers. These wilt easily and require much more maintenance. Opt for quality artificial flower arrangements instead. Faux florals will look just as fresh and vibrant at the end of the season as the day you first displayed them.

How Can I Decorate My House for Spring and Summer?

Take a day or two to do some intensive spring cleaning before anything else. Refresh both your indoor and outdoor spaces and create a clean slate ready for spring decorating. Clean any stains and marks left by muddy boots and melted snow. Open the windows and air out any mustiness left by the chill of winter.

Think of a spring palette to center your decor around. Take your cue from nature in bloom and pick out decor in shades of vibrant green, yellow, and orange. Pastel shades of robin’s egg blue and blush pink are also popular choices for spring. Delicate watercolor hues and floral palettes are also in-theme for this season.

Reflect the promise of fresh starts and new beginnings by bringing nature into your living space. Spring is the perfect time for floral arrangements. Welcome guests with spring-themed wreaths and garlands on your front door, porch, or foyer. Hang a wreath with beautiful spring blooms and vibrant foliage over your mantel, too.

Accentuate the sunshine pouring in by placing faux floral hanging baskets by windows or window boxes on the sills. Bookend patio seating areas with larger urns or planters filled with artfully arranged flowers and potted foliage. Breathe life into smaller or tighter surfaces with tabletop flower arrangements or topiaries in pretty colors.

Complement your floral spring decor with lightweight rugs, pretty glass or ceramic accent pieces, or even new wallpaper in a fresh pattern or print. If you have an outdoor patio or fire pit that’s sure to get a lot of, use this season, refresh the space as well. Add new cushion covers in a cute spring design to your outdoor furniture. String up some twinkly lights to delight your guests for when the sun goes down.

Where Can I Get Good Quality Spring Decor?

The same realism, professional design, and craftsmanship Balsam Hill artificial Christmas trees are known for extend to our spring decor. Our artificial flowers and foliage are just as gorgeous as their natural counterparts, while being more cost-effective in the long run. Browse this page for our best spring catalog picks and find the perfect flower arrangement or decorative piece for your home. All our faux blooms and foliage are expertly designed and crafted, with arrangements inspired by beautiful gardens and classic farmhouses. You’ll be proud to display them season after season.

Usher in the fresh energy of the spring season with vibrant spring decor. Take a look at our spring catalog picks and learn a few more spring decorating tips from our Balsam Hill blog.