If you're willing spring to arrive, you'll appreciate this collection of gorgeous interiors and products that embody the season. From floral wallpaper to nature-inspired art, these practical spring decorating ideas are full of inspiration to make your home more inviting.
The master bathroom in Erika Bearman's Hamptons getaway embodies the season with sandy yellow wallpaper. White cabinets and glossy ebony blue floors bring a sense of balance to the design.
In the master bedroom of Stefan Steil and Eric Pike's West Village townhouse, roller blinds allow some light to shine through, keeping the bright spring sunlight to a minimum when needed.
Throw pillows never fail to inject personality into a space, and PR maven Christina Juarez's New York apartment shows how to nail the look. For her vibrant home office, Juarez used ikat pillows from in striking shades of pink and orange. Both the walls and vintage sofa feature an fabric from .
For a guest room in a New Orleans manse, interior designer Sara Ruffin Costello opted for a vibrant orange vintage rug from Sunday Shop. White walls and bedding from the Citizenry add contrast.
For her New York City home, designer Carolyn Pressly had no qualms about going bold in the living room. The pair of curved, Donghia-inspired sofas in a daring lime green hue make the room shine. Pressly also commissioned Rhiannon Platt, a New York City-based textile artist, to embroider 'Existential sofa' and 'Radical knitter' across the back of each sofa for a unique look.
A white slipcovered chair adds a fresh touch to the serene library in Sherman Oaks home. The space, which Chef Ludo often uses for meditation sessions, was designed by .
Beach photos add character to photographer Gray Malin's West Hollywood bedroom, which he describes as being "very calming and minimal."
Here, designer Sara Ruffin Costello placed a white tulip table in the center of an entry hall and topped it with books, greenery, and decorative objects for added visual interest.
One of the easiest ways to give a room a warm-weather vibe is with a daring color. Here, hot pink curtains serve as the perfect pop of color in a Park Avenue pied-à-terre designed by Brian J. McCarthy.
Rattan seating lends a casual feel to this sunny California indoor-outdoor dining space by Mark D. Sikes.
In the family home of designer Mary Celeste Beall, owner of the famed Blackberry Farm, an oversized plant infuses energy into the living room. Seating in a vibrant ocean blue hue finish the look.
Wallpaper can do wonders for small spaces, and this bedroom vanity area, which also doubles as a workspace, is proof. Design firm Sims Hilditch chose to outfit the room with a wallpaper design of branches and blossoms from Knowles & Christou.
In Shay Mitchell's airy office, crafted by Decorist Elite Designer Stefani Stein, tufted blush pink velvet chairs play up the room's feminine and modern vibe.
In a San Francisco home boasting a Scandinavian flair, reclaimed wood cabinetry, painted in a personality-packed teal shade from Sherwin-Williams, make a visual impact.
Arrangements of colorful flowers add charm to an 1890s farm table in the Los Angeles kitchen of jewelry designer Irene Neuwirth.