You have survived the long winter and managed to keep your home festive. Don’t stop now, with spring and summer coming, decorating can be fun, even when Santa is not coming to town. Use this guide to mark your spring and summer calendar to continue keeping your home looking fresh and festive all year long.
March 20: By the first day of spring, you will want to have your home cleared of all signed of the winter blahs. This is the month to give your home a good overall cleaning. Rid your home of dust and put away the heavier throw blankets and draperies. Set out fresh flower arrangements in your home. Read: Spring Cleaning One Day at a Time
March 20-Early April: Easter is coming. If you celebrate Easter, you way want to put out a festive wreath on your front door, and perhaps have some fun with a colorful egg tree somewhere in your home.
April 30: Remove all signs of Easter decor and continue prepare for summer by continuing to remove winter clutter from your home. This is a good time for freshening up furniture, and purchasing a few trendy decor pieces.
May 20: Memorial day is approaching: Pick up some Americana items to decorate accordingly.
June 20: On the first day of summer, you may want to start preparing for Independence Day. Get a bunch of flags, and make some fun starts and striped decorations to display in your home.
July 10: Don’t keep fourth of July decorations up too long. There are too many other options for summer decorating using beach themed motifs or flowers from your garden.
Sept1: Summer is over. As labor day approaches, start putting away your summer items, and preparing your home for Labor day festivities.
To keep the trend going, don’t forget to check out my article, check out my article, Winter Decorating Calendar: When to Decorate for the Holidays.