Seasonal decorating doesn’t have to be expensive. Some of the most beautiful seasonal décor comes from altering the things you use everyday to pack a punch of summer color.
Summer used to be my least favorite season to decorate for. Christmas has plenty of décor options, spring always has beautiful pops of color and lots of florals, fall has always been my favorite with leaves and pumpkins and amber hues. For some reason, summer can be tricky, but everything has changed. These summer home décor projects are beautiful, simple, and all under $25. I can’t wait to get started. What is your favorite?
This burlap wreath is one of my all-time favorite summer décor projects. I love it for the front porch, but I also love it for an inside wall, door, or cupboard.
How darling are these mason jars? You can fill them with florals, make them a table centerpiece, or take them outside for a picnic.
Transform your basic doormat for summer. I love both of these ideas with watermelon or pineapple. Add your own style, monogram, or image.
Lemons and limes are one of my favorite fillers for summer apothecary jars. I love the bright colors and the simplicity.
Nothing says summer like a bright yellow sunshine sign. Add it over a table, on a shelf, or even on the front porch to welcome in the sunny season.
The farmer’s market is one of my favorite parts of summer. I walking through the aisles and seeing the bright colors of fresh vegetables and the sweet scent of summer fruit. Now, I have the perfect place to put them when I get home.
For a more patriotic look, consider filling glass jars with layers of red, white, and blue. Kidney beans, white beans, and black beans make a beautiful and inexpensive option for filling large jars.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! I love this unique door hanging that uses flowers and burlap to create a summer staple. Who needs the ice cream truck when you have this on your front door? This would be a fun wreath to put up on each child’s birthday as well.
Pine cones aren’t just for Christmas. Take those cinnamon pine cones and paint them bright colors to display all summer long.
Bandanas make great pillow cases. I love the classic bandanna pattern, and they conveniently come already in a perfect square. No need to cut and measure fabric, just sew two bandannas together and you’re ready to go.
I love flip flop season. You can find these bright babies for $1 and use them to create a flip flop daisy that is a beautiful addition to any door.
Nothing says summer like sunflowers. I love using them throughout my décor and this overstuffed tiered tray is quintessential summer without breaking the bank. Mason jars, sunflowers and even the chicken statues can be found at dollar stores and target.