Hang this bright fuschia decoration in time for Valentine's Day if you can't wait another minute for warmer weather. It'll feel like spring has already sprung.
Lemon bars, lemon cakes, lemon tarts ... take inspiration from the gorgeous citrus desserts on your table and decorate with the season's most refreshing fruit.
Easter doesn't have to mean in-your-face color. This rustic handmade wreath proves neutral eggs are just as stunning.
draws on a long history. Intertwined branches of the olive tree date back to the ancient Greek Olympics over a thousand years ago.
It's impossible to go wrong with cream-colored flowers and lush leaves. Big blooms are the perfect antidote to a long winter.
Bishop's lace goes by many names: wild carrot, Queen Anne's lace, and bird's nest, to name a few. Whatever you call it, the delicate umbels of teeny flowers bring a lot to the table when paired with purple buds and berries on a grapevine wreath.
Too many tulips? Never. This sunny combination brings to mind another seasonal star, the sweet-smelling daffodil.
Here's a little Provençal inspiration: A French-like bucket contains this artificial bouquet.
Spell out a springtime greeting. This piece of Eastery decor calls for blown eggs, but the works just as well.
$55 and up
A thin, gold hoop is the modern substitute for a grapevine wreath. Add an asymmetrical spray, and it's truly a breath of fresh air.
Tuck two glass vases inside, and your wellies can hold just about anything. A mix of white hydrangea and daisies keep this arrangement looking fresh.
The Victorians associated magnolias with dignity and nobility — perfect for a stately front door.
People add their initials to just about everything — why not the entryway? Chunks of flower foam can form any letter in the alphabet.
You don't have to believe in the Easter bunny to love these rabbit ears. Add a pair of wire hangers to a round wreath form, and the cutesy silhouette begins to take shape.
Add extra romance to a floral wreath by tying on a cascading white ribbon.
$48 and up
This colorful collection of thyme, sage, and other botanicals proves herbs can be just as beautiful as traditional blooms.
Use lush green moss and the most adorable yellow birdhouse to bid winter "adieu!"
Preserved hydrangeas and peonies can shine season after season in this DIY.
Nothing says "spring" more than these yellow blossoms. Bring the flowering branches to the front door for a cheery welcome.
Make an elegant first impression with wispy tillandsia plants — after all, they're made to grow in the air!
Feather silhouettes on an otherwise plain egg wreath offer a new take on traditional Easter decor.
$125 and up
Flower arrangements don't have to be placed on the table — this mounted bucket of bulbs is a true head-turner.
These paper blossoms are a (surprisingly) kid-friendly craft that makes a charming statement.
Fill an umbrella with your favorite blooms, then hang from a nail on your door for the prettiest (and easiest!) springtime display.
$28 and up
Trendy succulents make quite the statement when the cuttings showcase their true variety.
Traditional Easter motifs of eggs and flowers bring represent spring for a reason. This classic wreath checks off all the boxes.
Sage's soft green hue makes it the perfect starting point for understated seasonal decor.
For those with a green thumb, you can make your own living succulent wreath — but you'll need to be patient. It takes one to two months for the plants to root strongly enough to hang.
Grow your own field of blooms by pinning daisy trim to the frilly green yarn on this spring wreath.