Here's the thing about spring: it's a major season. It's one that you want to celebrate with new clothes, new accessories, new outdoor activities. Want to take it one step further? Bring the spirit of spring inside your home, both with vessels that support plant life and with inanimate objects that illustrate flora. It's a heck of a lot easier than it seems—and a lot fresher than just picking up a house plant wherever you can. Think spring and fill your space with vases ready to be filled with wildflowers from all the spontaneous nature walks you're bound to go on.
Terrariums are still pretty trendy, and for good reason—this is one handsome piece. And bonus: if you end up killing your plants, you can put other cool stuff inside.
$95 at Jayson Home.
Flowers for the Wall
Throw flowers up where you least expect them: the wall! This vase is so simple but really, really cool.
$32 at Jayson Home.
Cheap Awesome Art
No green thumb? That's okay, tack this cool vintage mushroom illustration up and bask in the artificial nature.
$5 at Etsy.
Light in the Shape Of
Another great alternative for those without green thumbs!
$19.95 at CB2.
Flowers from the Ceiling
Seeking another alternative to run-of-the-mill tabletop vases? Try hanging your flowers from the ceiling!
$4.95 at CB2.
Easy Bedding Upgrade
Feeling like changing out your bedding for spring but don't want to spend too much? Pillowcases are a great choice!
$19.54 - $26.99 at Target.
Stepping on Plants
Looking for another cheap-ish spring upgrade, but for your bathroom? Try this sweet bathmat, which looks kind of like dandelion leaves and kale.
$30 at Zappos.
We're hoping that you'll use these sweet herb bundles as more of DIY inspo than must-buy. These would look so cute hanging by a kitchen window!
$44.95 at Sur la Table.
This is a cool, interactive DIY that is endlessly customizable.
$40 at Big Cartel.
Color us obsessed with this awesome wall planter for herbs or other decorative plants!
$149.95 at Williams-Sonoma.