Well friends, we have made it through the longest part of winter and spring is just around four weeks away! While there may be plenty of snow and winter weather before the warm temperatures come to stay, the daffodils are beginning to poke through the ground—a sure sign that spring will arrive one way or another!
In just a couple of weeks I will be able to pick fresh daffodils from our yard! I always love how daffodils bring such happiness to our home and garden after a long winter. Today I am doing a little dreaming of daffodils and sharing early spring decorating ideas from Pinterest. Here are some of my favorite photos.
New England Home Mag
Tulips are my absolute favorite flowers, but daffodils of all varieties are also beloved. There are clumps of classic heirloom yellow daffodils growing all around our property, but I would love to plant some different colors and newer varieties this fall. Grouping several different varieties together in a garden vignette is so pretty!
All through March I pick small bouquets of daffodils to place in little vases and bottles around our home.
These tiny daffodils grow right outside our back door and I love them so much!
Aren’t all of these colors and shapes just so beautiful? I love flowering bulbs of all kinds. This winter I also shared a post all about Winter Decorating with Paperwhites. Paperwhites are also members of the genus Narcissus.
Daffodil is the official common name for any plant that falls under the genus Narcissus, including jonquils, paperwhites, and others. But most people use the term “daffodil” to refer to the familiar trumpet-shaped springtime blooms. Source: Country Living
Early Spring Decorating with Daffodils
Tulips begin to bloom in mid-April through May in our region, while daffodils welcome the arrival of spring in late Februrary- April. No matter the variety or color, daffodils are perfect for bringing the outdoors in during early spring. Whether fresh or faux, they are perfect for use in vignettes and tablescapes or just brightening up any space.
Nora Murphy Country House
A big pot of daffodils exudes classic spring elegance. Yellow daffodils and blue decorative accents create the feel of a bright sunshiny spring day indoors!
If you can’t wait for spring, then daffodil bulbs can be forced in late winter. Often times you can purchase them from the grocery store or flower shop, or order online from a reputable garden company. The forced bulbs look especially beautiful in old tureens, dishes, urns or natural baskets lined with grapevine or moss.
Nikki Lynn Design
No matter how they are displayed, daffodils can definitely add a touch of spring garden style indoors.
The Golden Sycamore
Daffodils on Display
A few clumps of tiny daffodils infuse this pretty farmhouse style tiered tray with life and color.
Postcards from the Ridge
I love the simplicity of a grouping of several daffodils displayed in vintage milk glass vases.
Start at Home Decor
Hymns and Verses
From flower farm to table…simple spring beauty!
Your Cozy Home
I love the idea of planting small clumps of daffodils in pretty little nests.
Driven by Decor
You can keep it sweet and simple by placing daffodils in small vintage bottles or mason jars…
Sand & Sisal
…or go all out with a sunny yellow and white tablescape overflowing with bouquets of daffodils!
An Oregon Cottage
A single bouquet of daffodils in an ironstone pitcher is a quick and easy way to create a spring farmhouse style focal point on a mantel.
Home is Where the Boat Is
This sweet tussie-mussie style napkin fold filled with daffodils is precious!
Between Naps on the Porch
You can’t go wrong with a bouquet of mixed daffodils. So springy!
I just couldn’t resist sharing this photo of spring daffodils and vintage kitsch. Too cute!
And how cute is this? Apparently I am not the only one who loves daffodils!
I hope this post has brightened your day and has inspired you with ideas for early spring decorating with daffodils. Are you dreaming of daffodils and warm spring days too? I love hearing from you dear readers!
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Oh what a beautiful post, Amber! I am looking towards spring right now! We are buried under snow and have 2 more snowstorms this week! I need some spring! Pinning!!February 19, 2019 at 6:09 pm
So pretty, I can almost smell them. I’m so tired of being cold. I’m ready for Spring!February 19, 2019 at 8:20 pm
Loved reading this daffodil post! I fell down the rabbit hole path to go the source for several. Thanks so much for the inspiration.
JudithFebruary 20, 2019 at 1:28 am
I am so ready to see some Daffodils blooming! I’m lucky that the former owner of our home planted many, many varieties over 30 years ago that still bloom each spring. I love picking them and enjoying them indoors.February 20, 2019 at 7:23 am
Amber,February 20, 2019 at 3:27 pm
Nothing more filled with excitement that the first flora of Spring!
Daffodils and their PoP of yellow hues brightens the darkest of days!
This post is filled to the brim with inspiring photos!
Thank you Pat!October 3, 2019 at 10:13 pm
What a beautiful post! I too am excited for spring color to arrive. 🙂 I pinned this to my spring board… so much painting inspiration! 🙂
Blessings,February 21, 2019 at 2:05 pm
Thank you for the touch of spring. It snowed here again in Maine today (practice your surprised look!). That bright yellow helps dispel seasonal affective disorder!February 21, 2019 at 4:21 pm
I’m inspired. Thanks for sharing. I’ve had a few blooming already.February 22, 2019 at 2:44 pm
Love reading this big this morning. The sun is shining for the first time in weeks or so it seems. Just put a small bouquet of wild February Gold on my coffee table and it makes me so happy to look at it. Spring will come and chase winter away.February 25, 2019 at 8:48 am
Hang in there…spring is on the way!February 25, 2019 at 9:21 pm
What a fun post, just what I needed today to brighten my winter day! I’ll be sharing it as a feature tomorrow at Share Your Style! Thanks for linking up!February 26, 2019 at 5:46 pm
Sweet stylings roundup!March 5, 2020 at 8:25 am
Thank you for sharing at #OverTheMoon. Pinned and shared. Have a lovely week. I hope to see you at next week’s party too! Come party with us at Over The Moon! Catapult your content Over The Moon! @marilyn_lesniak @EclecticRedBarnMarch 11, 2020 at 11:17 am
All so beautiful Amber! I love the one with the lamb! 🙂 Thanks for sharing and Happy Almost Spring!February 24, 2022 at 5:51 pm
My dad’s favorite flower was the daffodil. This post makes me smile!February 26, 2022 at 6:16 pm