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26 Beautiful Decorating Ideas To Celebrate Spring Using Dough Bowls

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Dough bowls are the perfect decor item as a centerpiece to adorn your table or to use for decoration, adding a stylish aesthetic to any space in your home. These bowls make the ideal decoration for displaying your spring or Easter decorations, as you can fill them with all sorts of beautiful items. Decorations includes moss, faux greenery and flowers, candles, lemons, succulents, orchids and flower arrangement. The best part about these bowls is that you can store your spring decor and re-use them to display fall and winter accessories. There are plenty of different ways to style your bowl for spring and we have put together an inspiring collection for you below.

Readers, which one of these ideas did you find most inspiring and why? Please tell us in the Comments below!

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1. This bowl is adorned with Darling Clementine tangerines and some fresh greenery. You could copy this same idea with faux fruit and greenery if you want the centerpiece to last through the summer. (via Shabbyfufu)

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2. A console table is inspired by cottage garden style, featuring a bowl filled with shredded vintage book pages as Easter grass. Additional details includes vintage demijohn and a trio of glass bottles filled with blue-gray pussy willow branches, faux white tulips, a burlap carrot, moss Easter eggs, green Easter eggs and a moss sphere. (via Follow The Yellow Brick Home)

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3. A dough bowl is used as the centerpiece of a dining table in a kitchen nook. Colors used for the decor were inspired by the bunny plates sourced from Pier 1. The decor features a layering of different greens, white hydrangeas, pink dahlias, and eggs of blue, lavender, and white and a rabbit. (via @asimplystylednest)

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4. This farmhouse chic dining table features a dough bowl centerpiece filled with Pottery Barn finds: hydrangeas and succulents. (via @thestokerhouse)

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5. A spring centerpiece features a large dough bowl with a couple of candle sconces, some faux greenery and a few stems of faux flowers. For Easter, add a few faux Easter eggs that can easily be removed once Easter is over. (via Clean & Scentsible)

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6. A console table is styled with a dough bowl filled with faux succulents, candles and a glass bottle. Stores such as Pier 1 and Kirklands have an array of succulents to help you decorate your own dough bowl. (via Farmhouse Blooms)

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7. This dining table features a simple stone crock centerpiece. Fill your dough bowl with with crocks, or any containers (or planters) that fit your home style. Dough bowls can be found at stores such as Target, Pier 1, and Kirklands; or check out local thrift/antique stores for vintage. (via Liz Marie Blog)

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8. Decorate your coffee table with a dough bowl centerpiece. Fill the bowl with super moss, Spanish moss, rabbits and eggs for a fresh Easter theme. (via Such The Spot)

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9. A vintage inspired reproduction dough bowl that is handmade in Mexico is filled with decorative lemons. You can find similar on Kirklands. This can be used to decorate your coffee table, console table or used as a dining table centerpiece. Find similar dough bowls on Ballard Designs. (via Decor Steals)

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10. A simple spring table arrangement features different shades of green, blues and purple with tons of texture. An antique wooden dough bowl is filled with faux bushes of ruscus bush, lambs ear greens, berry bush stems, and springs of lavender surrounding a ceramic white rabbit figurine (propped up by a couple of books). (via Lyndale Drive)

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11. Create your own DIY dough bowl using power tools, get the full tutorial on the provided link. For those who do not DIY, plenty of stores carry these bowls, be sure to fill them with mossy orbs for a Spring-inspired look. (Sources include Ballard Designs, Pier 1, Pottery Barn and Kirklands). (via A Wonderful Thought)

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12. Create a classy and charming dining table centerpiece with a dough bowl filled with moss orbs, fresh greens and flowers (or faux). This bowl features pink ranunculus, which can be paired beautifully with blooms like candy pink amaryllis flowers and soft purple lilac flowers, lavender bulk wax flowers, and Victorian lacey leather greenery. (via Designthusiasm)

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13. A large round dough bowl hand carved of mango wood is filled with faux tillandsia succulent stems and flicker flameless wax candles of varying heights. This would make a great Spring centerpiece on your coffee table for some ambiance. (via Pottery Barn)

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14. A farmhouse style decor centerpiece featuring a dough bowl filled with fake lemons farmhouse, greenery and cotton stems. (via The Cotton Stem Blog)

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15. Decorate your entry console table with a dough bowl filled with fresh flowers. (via The Enchanted Home)

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16. A dough bowl filled with faux decorative lemons to add a fresh, spring touch. A layering of lanterns adds ambiance to this vignette. (via Pottery Barn)

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17. A dining table features a dough bowl centerpiece filled with boxwood balls, faux greenery, natural bead garland and succulents. (via Start At Home Decor)

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18. An antique European dough bowl is filled with moss orbs, faux greenery and a robin’s egg nest — perfect for celebrating Easter! A similar bowl can be found on Ballard Design. (via Edith & Evelyn Vintage)

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19. A DIY orchid dough bowl centerpiece is filled with peanuts underneath the chartreuse reindeer moss. Real orchids are used in the bowl, sourced from Trader Joe’s. Plastic is set underneath the orchids in case they leak. (via Petite Haus)

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20. Adorning a living room coffee table, this dough bowl features greenery from IKEA with a robin’s egg nest from TJ Maxx. Flameless candles adds ambiance. (via @allie_cecilia)

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21. An antique dough bowl is used as a tabletop planter, creating an eye-catching, beautiful spring centerpiece. (via @joycehornantiques)

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22. A dough bowl flower arrangement that would look beautiful on your kitchen countertop, or as a dining table centerpiece. Just add some of your favorite spring flowers as the filler. (via The Well Dressed Garden)

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23. An assortment of elements fills this dough bowl, including small wreaths, moss orbs, pine cones, a small vase of faux flowers, a faux cotton stem and lavender. (via Pinterest)

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24. A farmhouse kitchen dining table is styled with a dough bowl centerpiece, bowl sourced from Pottery Barn. The bowl features three small vases filled with faux greenery. (via @farmhouseredefined)

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25. This striking Spring centerpiece features a mix of beautiful green and white elements. The filler includes green berry balls, faux hydrangeas, artichokes, artificial foliage and a moss bunny in the center (this can be removed after Easter). (via Pinterest)

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26. A simple dining table centerpiece, this dough bowl is adorned with a hurricane glass vase surrounded by lamb’s ear spray and faux decorative lemons. (via Pinterest)

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Wish my florets were as creative as pictured here. They just don’t have the knack.