I can’t believe it’s already time to start thinking about spring home decor! Today I’ve rounded up my favorite faux spring stems that are an easy, affordable way to refresh your home for spring. I’ll also share some of my favorite affordable vases from Target in case you’re in need of a new vase! These stems and vases are perfect for spring, but great year-round greenery to keep around!
Keep on scrolling for all the details and some of my favorite spring decor finds.
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These Amazon stems are so full and big in person! They come in a pack of 3 for a great price (currently only $3, but I’ve seen the price change a lot recently under $15). I’m only using 2 of the stems in this vase here. I love the minimal look of only using one stem, too!
These olive branch stems from Walmart are only $3/stem and they are so full and pretty in person! I have four of them shown in this Target vase. Love the light, airy green color and the fruit berries throughout – perfect for spring!
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These Amazon stems come in a pack of 2 (currently under $20) and are perfect if you’re looking for an airy, fresh spring look!
These faux stems from the new Hearth & Hand spring launch and this small white vase are two staples for spring decor in my opinion and they will sell out quickly this season! The white vase is a great designer look for less and is so versatile to style anywhere in your home — and it’s a steal for only $20!
Olive branches are a staple spring stem for me and these on Amazon come in a pack of three for under $22!
Eucalyptus stems are an easy, affordable way to freshen up any space in your home this spring. I love this 6 piece set from Amazon, it gives a full look and the stems and branches are very easy to bend to fit any size vase!
I hope you enjoyed scrolling through some of my favorite affordable faux spring stems this season! Thanks for reading!