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Okay sure, it’s not really spring yet. But sometimes you gotta bring in the spring vibes to get over the winter blues. Ya know? I just started bringing in flowers, and definitely all the greens. From real to faux, greenery makes me happy. Especially when paired with all the neutrals. One of my favorite things to do for seasonal changes, is shop my home. I’m excited to show you my go-tos for spring coffee table styling! So, let’s get to it!
I get a lot of questions about our coffee table. Unfortunately, it’s thrifted and I gave it a makeover. I paid only $25 for it! Such a steal! I stripped the top and chalk painted the bottom in a creamy white. I also added some distressing gel stain. I still love it. So, I’ll be sharing how I style a round coffee table. My number one tip is to use the rule of three…but rules are made to be broken as well.
Books are my favorite way to make my home feel lived in and inviting. I love using coffee table books, mixed with vintage books. You can stack books to give more of a visual interest, as well. I like an open book as well, for a more lived in look.
Try to incorporate some kind of vessel. Whether it is a bowl or a vase, you could even use a basket. I like to have a vessel that can hold something else. Use multiple vessels if you want to! I like to use a large vessel for greenery and then a small vessel to hold coasters or matches.
For spring I love bright greenery. The pop of green amongst all the neutrals is perfect for spring. You can use a faux or real plant, a bundle of greenery, or for a pop of color, some flowers. You can use a large display or a very simple arrangement. I do love a pop of pink for spring and summer and all the seasons. 😂💗
I love adding an interesting element to my coffee table. It helps add a visual interest and a collected look. You can sit them on a stack of books or use one of your vessels and place some decorative items in it. My favorite things to use are beads and candles.
I’m styling a round coffee table, but these elements can also be used on a square or rectangular coffee table. I like to use the rule of three when I’m grouping things together. You can check out my IG reel about that here. Things look more visually appealing in odd numbers. And you don’t have to go out and buy a whole bunch of new things. I like to shop my home. Go around your home or storage closet and find a few things in each category and just play around with different styling groupings. Just use what you love, and it’ll look great! Until next time Treasure Hunters!