Dress up your door for spring with one of these gorgeous spring door decor ideas! From wreaths to door hangers, there is something for everyone.
40 Stunning Spring Door Decor Ideas
With Spring popping up all over, it’s time to turn to our front doors with spring door decor. Ornaments, winter white, or gold glitter just won’t cut it anymore – bring on the greens! If your door is looking a little tired after the cold season, dress it up in pretty pastels, fresh greens, and neutrals. Use flowers, moss, and succulents in unexpected ways. Add eggs and nests for even more Springtime punch. Think outside the round wreath form – to baskets, umbrellas or picture frames. If you want to get really creative, skip the typical wreath ideas all together and go with pinwheels, hot air balloons, butterflies or fabric! The stunning spring door decor ideas below are sure to get your creative juices flowing.
Floral and Greenery
Flowers are a sure sign of spring! There are so many different and unique ways to use florals and greenery to brighten up your doors. From monograms, to paper flowers, and even some sweet little succulents.
Floral Monagram // Daisy Mae Belle
Easy Forsythia Wreath // The Happy Housie
Tissue Paper Rosettes // bugaboo, mini, mr & me
Paper Flowers // Gathering Beauty
Moss and Roses // Homemade Ginger
Floral and Yarn Hoop // Shrimp Salad Circus
Floral Embroidery Hoop // Lemon Thistle
Oversized Flowers // Lolly Jane
Conical Floral Basket // On Sutton Place
Basket of Hydrangeas // Domestically Speaking
Tulips in Birch Bark // Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body
Flower Box Hello Sign // Positively Splendid
Floral Picture Frame // Joy To My Heart
Fresh Flower Umbrella Wreath // TGIF
Ombre Tulips // Confessions of a Plate Addict
Floral Initial Wreath // Positively Splendid
Hello Banner // Two Purple Couches
Simple Peonies // Making the World Cuter
Botanical with Black and White Stripes // Positively Splendid
Spring Greenery // The How-To Mom
Simple Spring Wreath // The Honeycomb Home
Moss and Succulents // Homemade Ginger
Succulents // Mad in Crafts
Spring and Easter go hand in hand. Why not decorate for spring AND Easter at the same time with these simple and fun DIY Easter spring door decor ideas.
Tulip Carrot // Love the Tompkins via HomeTalk
Bunch of Carrots // Our Cozy Nest
Yarn Carrot Sunburst // bugaboo, mini, mr & me
Super Simple Neutral Eggs // Live Laugh Rowe
Easy Greenery and Mini Eggs // The Happy Housie
Natural Bird’s Nest // On Sutton Place
Framed Eggs // Thrifty Parsonage Living
Rainbow Eggs // In My Own Style
Spring Grass With Chicks // Remodelaholic
Tobacco Basket Easter Wreath // Our Crafty Mom
Easter Tulip Wreath // The Lived In Look
We mentioned hot air balloons and pinwheels above, and there are so many other unique ways to bring a springy touch to your door without going full on floral or Easter. Let’s take a look at these awesome ideas.
Butterflies and Lace // Under the Sycamore
Yellow Ruffles // Morena’s Corner
Hot Air Balloon // Houseful of Homemade
Rainbow Rag Wreath // Ask Anna
Pinwheels // Positively Splendid
Split Peas // Little Things Bring Smiles
Which wreath inspired you the most? Are you ready to shake up your front door? Be sure to share what you are thinking in our comments below.
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Originally Published 4.4.2018 // Updated 4.5.2022
Kimberly Mueller is the “me” over at bugaboo, mini, mr & me, a blog that highlights her creative endeavors. She especially likes to share kid crafts, sewing attempts, recipes, upcycled projects, photography and free printable gift tags/cards. When she’s not enjoying being married to her best friend, chasing after the natives (AKA her three kids) and attempting to keep the house in one piece, you can find her with a glue gun in one hand and spray paint in the other. Aside from DIY pursuits, she also enjoys writing, reading, music, singing (mostly in the shower) and the color yellow. Kimberly recently published a craft book entitled Modern Mod Podge. You can also find her on Facebook, Pinterest, Bloglovin’ and Instagram.