Spring is officially here! That means it’s time to dust off your favorite spring garden flags and put them into rotation – and if you don’t have any yet, it’s time to liven up the garden and yard with some unique new designs!
Take these tips into consideration when you’re surveying your lawn and garden for some tasteful new ways to incorporate garden flags into the design of your outdoor entertaining spaces.
Keep an Eye on Upcoming Events
Easter has past, but that doesn’t mean you have to retire your bunny flags, yet. Still, there are plenty of creative ways to set a spring tone..
You know what they say, April showers bring May flowers, and there are plenty of rain and bloom-filled, spring-themed garden flags that you can use to add light and color to your flower beds or your lawn.
Baseball season just started, and spring is a great time to show your team spirit with an officially licensed MLB garden flag!
Birds are singing and flowers are sprouting – you can’t go wrong with garden flags that showcase the beautiful birds and blooms of spring!
Also, keep in mind that, even though the Fourth of July is a summer holiday, Memorial Day is still technically spring – red, white, and blue will be in sooner than later!
Placing a Spring Garden Flag by Your Entryway? Match the Doormat!
Placing your spring garden flag by the front door to your home is a great way to liven up the space with “instant cheer.”
If you do, don’t forget that you can match the tone, color, or pattern of your doormat with your garden flag for a custom-tailored and coordinated look!!
Match the Mailbox!
Placing spring garden flags along a driveway or at the curb, near the mailbox, is another great way to spread instant cheer to your neighbors and visitors.
If you place your garden flag by the mailbox, the same advice goes for mailbox covers. Nothing says spring quite like an appropriately themed garden flag matched to a mailbox cover!
Color-Coordinate with the Blooms!
Choose color-coordinated natural elements to provide visual harmony to your home. With some creativity and a little help from a green thumb, you can enhance the beauty of your yard with seasonal flowers.
If your spring garden flags feature flowers, spring is the season to match the artistic subject matter between your garden beds and the flags themselves.
However, even if your spring flags don’t feature flowers, you can still match the color schemes of your garden flags to the colors of your favorite blooms!
Make the Pathway Pop
Does your garden have a pathway decorated with cute figurines, statuary, or other garden ornaments? If it does, a garden flag can be a fun and vibrant addition to your pathway’s visual appearance!
Pick a few garden flag designs that coordinate with the color and design scheme of the rest of your outdoor space – and don’t just get one. Keep things fresh with a rotation of charming designs!
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They offer a low price guarantee, excellent service, and a wide selection of different decorative garden flags and house flags, mailbox covers, doormats, and so much more for your home and garden, not just in the spring and summer but throughout the year!