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17 Easy Spring Switch-Ups to Revamp Your Place

Mar 26 2015 - 11:55am

If you're itching to give your space a Spring makeover [1] . . . welcome to the club. Thankfully, not every home redo needs to cost a lot of time or money to look fabulous. In fact, there's nothing a few touches and switch-ups can't fix. Check out our favorite ideas that you can do today!

Source: Domino magazine [2]

Swap in Bright Buds

We're all for styling your buds this season [3], but for some extra Spring oomph, swap out traditional flowers like tulips for ones like bright billy buttons. Plus, these flowers look just as pretty dried, so you can always enjoy a touch of Spring, no matter what.

Photo by Maya Myers Photography [4] via Style Me Pretty [5]

Give Frames a Coat of Paint

Paint and frames are easily a match made in heaven. A few coats of color [6] will breathe new life into old frames and help inexpensive ones look pricey. Try revamping several frames to create a cohesive gallery wall [7].

Photo by Katie Parra [8] via Style Me Pretty [9]

Style Succulents

It's no secret we're fans of succulents, but if you think you've seen 'em all, consider one of these styling ideas [10]. Fitting for a tea party or kitchen decor, we love the particular look of turning teacups into planters.

Photo by Cambria André Teixeira from Brancoprat [11] via Style Me Pretty [12]

Change a Lampshade

One no-brainer switcheroo on our list is swapping in a new lampshade. This time o' year, go for a look that's light and bright or fun and funky.

Source: Domino magazine [13]

Use Wallpaper — Off the Wall

How smart is this? Cover a fireplace screen (there's no use for it in the Spring anyhow) with a graphic wallpaper pattern, and it'll become a focal point of the room. There are plenty of other unexpected uses for wallpaper [14], like wrapping vases.

Photo by James Carriere [15] via DIY Magazine [16]

Give Trays Some Pizzazz

Trays have endless uses, making them a home essential. If you have a Lucite tray, here's an idea: try this paper-strip DIY [17] or give it some paint love for a unique, fun look.

Photo by Yazy Jo [18] via Style Me Pretty [19]

Replace Your Hardware

An easy (and affordable) way to upgrade your home is to spruce up cabinets and drawers. We love the idea of adding a bit of glam by transforming geodes, sea glass, or minerals into hardware — and the best part is it's a simple DIY [20].

Source: Danny Seo [21]

Decorate With Washi Tape

Genius idea alert: decorate small accessories with washi tape, like this DIY vase [22]. How cute!

Source: How About Orange [23]

Spray-Paint Your Accents

Whether it's a mug or a sculpture [24] or the legs of a bench [25], you'd be surprised at how far some spray paint can go in improving your accents.

Photo by Ruth Eileen Photography [26] via Style Me Pretty [27]

Add Some Punchy Pillows

If your digs are starting to look a little drab, toss a bright pillow on the sofa — and voilà! You can always buy some new ones, but we like the idea of DIYing your own pillows [28].

Source: Instagram user designsponge [29]

Style Books a New Way

Pull those books off the cabinet and put them to good use. Decorating use, that is. Uniquely organizing your books [30] is a simple trick that revamps your space for an eye-catching look.

Source: Domino magazine [31]

Put a Wreath on It

Wreaths aren't just for the holidays. A simple, seasonal one will do wonders and set the scene when guests come over.

Photo by Dani Stephenson Photography [32] via Style Me Pretty [33]

Beautify Your Baskets

If you're going to do Spring cleaning justice, that means using baskets that are worthy of showing off. Take some inspiration from these pretty DIY baskets [34] that can be done in less than 15 minutes.

Source: Style Me Pretty [35]

Jazz Up Your Bar Cart

Your bar carts needs some extra love this season (beyond the booze, of course). Style it by adding some beautiful flowers, your favorite piece of artwork, quirky tumblers, fun straws — there's no shortage of bar cart ideas [36] to inspire you.

Source: Instagram user ruthieandrose [37]

Play With Planters

For an easy Spring garden update, try this stacked planter DIY [38]. By putting two Ikea planters together (each about $2!), you can give your patio a midcentury-modern look for less.

Source: Brady Bunch Remodel [39]

Transform a Dresser

How cool are these ideas for dressing up your dressers [40]? Thanks to a coat of white paint, gold spray paint, and shiny new knobs, this old dresser [41] will shine brightly like a diamond.

Source: Camille Styles [42]

Swap Out Photos in Picture Frames

This might just be the easiest one on the list. Switch up the prints and photos in your frames for an instant change that leads to a big payoff.

Source: Brittany Ambridge [43] via Domino magazine [44]

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