Primitive décor makes homes feel cozy and guests feel welcome during any time of the year. There’s something nostalgic about primitive décor. Decorating with this theme will certainly make any house feel like home.
Primitive décor comes in all shapes and sizes, from large barn stars to small keepsakes. Even a couple of primitive picks can add a whimsical touch of country to your home.
Now that we’re heading into the spring season, you’re likely dusting off your shelves and taking down your winter décor theme. Unfortunately, this will leave your shelves, nooks, and walls quite bare—especially if you don’t have any décor to replace it with.
If you’re searching for how to decorate with primitive décor this spring, you've come to the right place. Not only does Primitive Star Quilt Shop have some ideas to get your home looking cheery we also have the products that will pull your look together.
Spring decor at the quilt shop.
I thought it would be fun to snap a quick picture of our retail shop today. I know that most of you won't get the opportunity to visit us in person. This is one corner where we've added some spring decor to the store.
Popular Spring Primitive Décor Items
When it comes to pulling together country charm for your spring primitive décor, there are certain products that hit the mark and make you think about spring. These items include:
Tin primitives: Tin primitives can add a sense of spring to your primitive décor, especially when you incorporate metal items such as a water pitcher. Most people think of the growth of plants during the spring season, and tin primitives can be the perfect spot to showcase primitive flower and primitive picks.
For example, you can use Primitive Star Quit Shop’s Emily Pitcher or Farmhouse Pitcher and fill them with primitive picks. This is a popular primitive décor technique and is easily to transition between seasons—just simply swap out the pick.
Our Farmhouse Pitcher is shown here.
Another great way to bring some metal into your home decor is to consider adding our half round metal wall buckets. These come displayed on a rod that hangs on the wall. The buckets can be filled with greenery, floral picks, rolled textiles or other spring favorites.
Berry garlands: Berry garlands are wonderful for any season, but you can really lighten up the atmosphere in your country home with gold berry garlands. A creme pip berry garland is also an excellent choice, which adds a neutral pop of color that is perfect for spring.
To take your berry garlands a step further, consider choosing a lighted pip berry garland. These beautiful garlands can serve as the star of the show of your décor and light up even the darkest corners.
Shown on this mantel is the 4' lighted creme pip berry garland.
Primitive Wall Art: When you’re decorating for spring, don’t count out your options for primitive artwork. Primitive Star Quilt Shop has a great selection of pallet artwork that will perfectly complement your springtime theme, such as our Gettysburg Log Home pallet art.
Picture of Gettysburg Log Home pallet art.
This option features photography from photographer Irvin Hoover, with a log cabin, split rail fence and springtime tree in bloom.
Billy Jacob's Let Go and Let God artwork is another fantastic option for your springtime primitive wall art décor. It features a grassy scene and an old church with white siding.
Primitive Picks: Primitive picks add a pop of color and a touch of spring nearly any time of year. We have a large selection of floral, greenery and pip berry picks to suit any style.
Prairie curtains: Prairie curtains give the feel of a beautiful spring day in the country. Perfect for small windows, our prairie curtains have a variety of textures and patterns that will make your home feel more cheerful.
I recently added our Natural fringed tobacco cloth long prairie curtains to my dining room. I just love the romantic spring look they provide.
Dining room showing long prairie curtains.
These curtains are hung using small tension rods. Whenever possible, I like to keep my woodwork exposed when hanging curtains.
Since our windows are very long and only about 25" wide, the curtains have a nice full amount gathering on the curtain rod. This is one of my favorite curtain options I've used in this room over the years.
Changing up your window décor is one of the easiest ways to celebrate spring, and you won’t be disappointed with the choices you find at Primitive Star Quilt Shop.
Primitive pillows: Pillows are another quick and easy way to dress up your home for spring. Our Embroidered Bee pillow reminds us that spring is in the air.
And I love the message.
We could all use a reminder about choosing kind words each day. They truly are sweet to the soul.
Embroidered Bee Honey Pillow is shown here.
Top Tips for a Primitive Spring Home
Now that you have some great primitive décor to work with, you might need some tips in terms of how to blend it all together. These are our top tips for achieving the best look of a primitive home not only just in the spring, by any time of year.
Decorating Your Porch and Foyer
One of the main ideas of primitive decorating is to make everyone who enters your home feel welcome. When you decorate in a primitive country style this spring, consider adding a cheery springtime wreath to your front door. We have a nice selection of primitive country wreaths to choose from.
Primitive Spring Décor Makes Your Living Room Cozy and Inviting
Patchwork quilted throws are the perfect spring touch for your living room. We have lots of ideas of you are looking for ways to display quilts in your primitive country home. Here are a couple fun spring options.
Our Sawyer Mill Blue block quilted throw is featured here.
Here is our Sawyer Mill Black stenciled patchwork throw.
Large barn stars over the fireplace will draw the eye up and help make your room appear larger. Furthermore, you can consider adding a colorful braided rug for texture and extra visual interest.
This picture features our Great Falls Blue braided rug.
Primitive Spring Décor for Your Kitchen
When it comes to primitive spring décor, there’s no shortage of options for your kitchen. Incorporate prairie curtains that blow in the breeze and a centerpiece with primitive picks on your country table.
The idea is to make your primitive kitchen feel light, airy, and inviting. You can also incorporate primitive tins on empty shelves filled with pip berries to make your kitchen feel extra cozy.
Adding table runners and placemats is another great way to include some spring color in your kitchen or dining room. We have a large selection of kitchen textiles here are the quilt shop.
Get Ready For Spring With Primitive Décor
As you can see, there are many different options to decorate your home for spring with primitive décor. No matter what décor options you choose, your home is sure to feel cozy with primitive décor from Primitive Country Quilt Shop.
We invite you to browse our store and find the perfect spring touch for your primitive home.