white tulips in a blue and white tulip vase


  1. I love how you showed different color palettes, Amy. You’ve shown how beautifully color combinations can work together in spring decor. Your Easter dress sounds darling.

  2. Amy, I love all the color pallet ideas you shared! So many great options for spring decor and a good reminder that spring colors don’t have to be pastel pink and pale yellow.

    I could live in that little house too, so cute and peaceful looking!

    Thanks so much for being part of this tour 🙂

  3. Amy – you are so smart and clever to creative color palettes for spring decor. It is hard to choose, but Dark and Moody is our favorite! Happy Spring!

  4. What a fun post! I love the “tip toe” but I also LOVE purple. So nice to tour with you this week, Amy!

  5. Oh my gosh, Amy, these color pallets are fantastic!! Lavender and Moss have me swooning. I love purple!! What a fabulous idea!

  6. Amy, your spring color pallets are so inspiring, and I realized the colors in my family room are very much like the Chateau Chic example. I enjoyed your post so much and I’m going back to take notes!

  7. You shared pretty color palettes.
    .Great inspiration

  8. I loved all your creative color palettes and Spring ideas Amy! Last year I decorated my dining room with navy, white, polka dots and fuschia!

  9. Amy thank you for sharing your talents and knowledge with us! Wow , so many beautiful color palletes! Now I feel ready for Spring and will work on branching out! Pinned!

  10. Amy, what beautiful color combinations and recommendations!! My favorite is the lavender and moss palette. I think it’s just what I used in my kitchen/family room for spring. So happy to be on the tour with you!

  11. THank you for sharing the different color palettes for Spring, it really shows that it can be done with any style and color. I am especially drawn to the dark and moody one but loved them all. So fun being on the tour with you and Happy Spring.

  12. Amy, I love how you’ve shown several ways to decorate for spring by using different and unique color palettes. They’re all beautiful, but I’m especially drawn to the lavender and moss. Your purple magnolia wreath is gorgeous, too! It was nice to join you on the tour. Pinned 🙂

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