Spring Home Tour

Little decor bike with pink flowers


Kitchen counter with pink flowering branches in a pitcher, plates and sign on backsplash

Hello and Welcome to Remodelando la Casa Spring home tour!

Don't you love home tour week? I sure do! It's a week full of home decor ideas that most certainly you can bring in to your own home.

At the end of this post you'll find the links to all the other 29 homes in this tour. And having said that, I need to send a big thank you to Marty from A Stroll Thru Life, our wonderful host that always puts together the most fun and distinct tours. There's inspiration for everyone!

If you're coming from my
friend Heather from Setting For Four, I'm so glad you made it here. It's hard to depart from a home that looks so glam, yet it's so cozy and inviting, isn't it.

My style has change a lot during the years. In the 90's I loved all those deep tones of the era. Then I went through a modern black and white phase, and lately, I've gotten into the modern farmhouse style where I can clearly see little bits of the other styles making its appearance throughout.

So, let's start at the heart of the home, the kitchen.

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white and grey kitchen with pink flowering branches close to window with roman shade
Kitchen Makeover  |  Kitchen Stool  |   Light Pendant  |   School House Ceiling Light
I love getting into DIY projects in order to bring change to my home. My rooms are always evolving, and the kitchen is a good representation of that statement.

Last Fall I decided to give the cabinets and island a fresh coat of paint. Ha, I couldn't stop there...the range hood got changed, the lights and the hardware followed. I keep on calling it a mini-makeover because it was way easier than the one done before. Painting the cabinets the second time around it's definitely easier than when it is your very first time.

By the way, most of the links in this post take you to each of the projects I've tackled in each room.

Flowers are the best decor accent to give to a room at any time during the year. For Spring, I found the gorgeous flowering branches at Trader's Joe and they make me so happy. They remind me of the many trips we have done to see the cherry blossoms here in DC.
tea set on top of kitchen island - white, blue and pink decor
Marble Mug Rack
Eggs, coffee, tea... a weekend breakfast was in order. The girl prepares tea, the mister his coffee... We all have to function around the island in this small kitchen.
brown eggs in basket with whisk and wooden spoons - kitchen counter

We better get out of the kitchen and go in to my office, previously the main dining room. On special occasions or when we have guests we still use it as a dining room.
passageway to office with green plantings on shelves and table

One of my latest projects in this little passage way was adding a plate rack on the side of the fridge. I see it every time I walk to my office, that's the place where you can find me, well, besides my garage or shop.
plate rack and farmhouse office space with built-ins

Since I spend a good amount of time in this room, the decor pieces keep on changing, almost weekly. :)
This time, I wanted to create a fresh spring feel with plants and repurposed items, like if I'm already starting my garden inside this room.
daffodils, succulents, bottles and books on shelves in office

Some pieces of my clear glass bottle collection made it to the shelves.shamrock in french cup and clear glass bottles on shelves

And well, yeah, this room gives me the good Spring vibes!
build-ins with spring decor with plants, clear glass bottles and plaid pillows on bench
Build-ins  |  Coffered ceiling  | Door Trim
My last wall art piece I created for this spot was on display for only a month... A simple old window with some botanical prints better suited the spring re-do.

This bench is my son's spot to play games on his cell phone while I work on my posts. Of course, all those pillows go to the floor while he lays down here.
botanical prints adorning an old window as wall art a top a bench with plaid cushions
Botanical Prints  |  Bench  |  
A bird's eye view of my desk area. I'm so loving that plant. Those little flowers cascading over the white bowl are adorable. The bowl was a couple dollars thrifty find. ;)
tabletop scene with old scissors, jute rope, wooden clothespins and plant in ceramic bowl
Scissors  |  Clothespins  |  Twine
The other thrifty score were these soup bowls I used to plant the daffodils in. A six piece set for only $10. Just awesome!

Using wooden pieces from the scrap pile, I built two trays to mount the six plants on them. It's an easier way to bring them close to the sink during watering days.
white blue and green for Spring - wooden tray holding daffodil plants
Wooden Tray
On the other side of the room, my big chalkboard welcomes Spring.
big chalkboard in home office with plate rack on the side
Chalkboard  |  Chair  |  Table  |  Plate Rack  |  Pendant light  |
The living room sports a gallery on it's main wall. I'm still not set on this gallery configuration, but for now it kind of works.
A living room with a black and white gallery wall with letter G wall art, pink accents on the coffee table and pink and grey pillows on the sofa.
Coffee Table  |  Rug  |  Pink pillow  |  
 Pink is the color I wanted to incorporate in my decor this Spring. It arrived on the flowers, pillows, and even bed sheets in my bedroom.
little bicycle decor for the coffee table with pink carnations in basket
Bike - similar 
After a long winter that doesn't want to go away (we're expecting snow tomorrow and the day after. 😠), those bright Spring days are a welcomed sight!
living room decorated for Spring

I hope you enjoyed the tour. Happy Spring!!

This is the last stop on the tours today, but tomorrow morning my friend April from House By Hoff will be opening the doors of her beautiful home dressed in its best Spring attire.

You will also find below the links to all the stops on the tour:


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Old window gallery wall




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22 comments :

  1. I always have to scroll back again to look at all your architectural details. I just love them so much! And you have the perfect touch of spring. So pretty

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    1. Thanks Julia! I'm crazy about moldings and trim in a home. It's so good to hear it's something that grabbed your attention. ;)

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  2. Beautiful as always, Cristina! Love every little detail!

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  3. Love it all. Your home is so full of your gorgeous handywork and DIY projects that always amaze me. Love how you've added the pretty blush tones to your home too. Such a great color for Spring. I see all the wood work you do and can dream up a million things I would love for my own home. You definitely inspire me. Thanks so much for joining the tours, your home is absolutely amazing and a favorite.

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  4. Cristina you are just amazing! It is impossible for me to pick a favorite of the rooms you have shared. They are all gorgeous! I'll be featuring you on Saturday Smiles.

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  5. Girl, you amaze me every time! Just to know that you personally build most of the structures is phenomenal. And then you decorate to perfection!

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  6. So gorgeous! Every singe detail is perfect!

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  7. I just adore your office. Buffalo check and daffodils! Can there be a better combo? Gorgeous!

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  8. Well done, Cristina! How nice that you made the dining room into your office because that's what works best for YOU and your family--it's a beautiful space! Loved the carnations in the little bicycle basket, too. :)

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  9. it is all so beautiful, fresh and bright Cristina. everytime i visit I'm inspired to make or do something!

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  10. I always love visiting your blog. So much inspiration! Your home looks gorgeous, Cristina!

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  11. Love your touches of spring around the house.

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  12. Your tour is stunning! I really enjoyed it! I would love for you to link up at Thursday Favorite Things tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. on my blog. Leave a comment so I can feature you next week! Happy spring!
    https://followtheyellowbrickhome.com/early-spring-home-tour/

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  13. Cristina - Your tour is absolutely beautiful! I love the plate rack that you added and how creative to built a tray for your plants! Stunning!

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  14. I am loving every gorgeous detail! You really have a beautiful home!
    Shelley

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  15. OH Cristina, I'm so late in touring your always beautiful home I apologize, but you know how things are with me, (thank God for IG)! Love everything and I just know your home will be featured on Country Living or Cottage anytime soon(Calling all editors)!You just manage to change up and style your home every season so perfectly dear, absolutely adore your Dining room and all it's touches! As always so honored to share this home tour with you dear! Cheers!

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  16. Cristina your home looks amazing girl!

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  17. So stunning! I love how you add the flowers in spring decoration. I enjoyed the home tour, thank you for sharing!
    imgrum

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  18. Your home tour is so gorgeous. I love all of the details. Truly it is eye candy.

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  19. Love the plate rack on the fridge wall. Such a wonderful idea. I used your tutorial to box in the space above my cabinets and am in the process of painting them this week. A fridge wall will be next since we see the side of it from the dining room. Ick! I love all the molding you used but have not been able to find the 1/4 by 1/2 inch half round molding which I would like for other projects around the house.
    I love your touches of spring. They're so needed after a long, dreary winter.It is actually snowing here today in Massachusetts but is supposed to be near 70 by Saturday. Fingers crossed spring is finally coming.

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    1. Hi Sharon, how wonderful to hear you're giving new life to your kitchen! You're going to love it... I want to see it! The plate rack on the side of the fridge is such a simple idea that I don't know why I didn't do it sooner. Hey, every little inch of storage space counts. ;)
      As for the round molding, try finding a lumber store near you. they usually carry different sizes of that molding and they also have better prices than the big stores, when you buy in bulk (more than 8').
      Here in Maryland is still cold, I can't imagine how cold must be up there in Massachusetts. It looks like Saturday is gonna be a good painting day. :D 👍

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