Google Shared Home Decor Trends You Need to Try for Spring—and These Are Our Favorites

From arm chairs to vases, spring has sprung

<p>The Spruce / Jason Donnelly</p>

The Spruce / Jason Donnelly

Your spring decor is about to be gorgeous—and super on trend, thanks to this list we coveted from Google.

Welcome to the Spring Try Guide, a new shopping guide from Google with a list of trending products curated by tastemakers like Martha Stewart, Monet McMichael, Jenna Lyons, and PJ Tucker.

Whether you’re looking for something new for your home after your big spring cleaning or something fun to decorate with as the season changes, Google has what you need. The home category is chock full of great recommendations, providing you with the perfect pick for whatever you’re looking to update in your space.

How Google Identified Trends



Google found all of these trends not just by talking to experts like Stewart, but also by getting insights based on U.S. Google Trends data, the Google Trends Explore tool, and Google’s proprietary internal tools.

The data is collected from October 2023 to January 2024, and then its team selected current trending products that match “one or more of the following criteria in recent months: search interest hit an all-time high, achieved breakout search interest or dramatically higher search interest compared to the norm.”

For instance, people searched for “armchairs” and “papasan chair” more than any other type of side chair, while a loveseat is the top trending chair. “Floor lamp” searches spike every January, and people are always searching for vases in February.

“Spring is coming in many parts of the world—and with it, new trends to shop," Google said in a blog post. "If you want to get a head start on spring shopping (or just escape the winter blues for a little while), our Spring Try Guide has got you covered."

And it’s true: this guide can help you find exactly what you need for the spring season, even if you didn’t know you needed it.

Google's Top Picks for Spring Redecorating

Martha Stewart was the main tastemaker for the home decor selections—she made some product picks based on the trending products for spring: armchairs, ottomans, and console tables.

If you’re looking at Stewart's picks, you’re in for a treat. The Martha Stewart Ottoman is a round piece with a button-tufted top upholstered in a cream fabric and filled with high-density foam. It has solid wood-turned legs and a shelf for extra storage space.

If that specific ottoman isn’t exactly your taste, Google provides a whole host of alternative ottomans that have the same vibe as Stewart’s pick.

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The console table Stewart picked is Crate and Barrel’s Intarsia 50" Rectangular Mosaic Teak Wood Console Table. It is hand-crafted in India with mango wood and an acrylic lacquer finish. Bits of different wood fit together in a mosaic-like design.

As Google does with all of its picks in this guide, though, if that table isn’t ideal for you, there are dozens of other console tables to choose from.

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Consider Google's pick for an accent chair—the Martha Stewart Decker Windowpane Low Armed Accent Chair in charcoal. This farmhouse-style accent armchair has a solid wood frame and solid wood legs with high-density foam under the soft fabric.

The seat cushion is removable, and it acts as an excellent backdrop for whatever vibe you’re trying to cultivate in your home. As always, if this isn’t exactly your choice, there are plenty of other accents chairs to choose from.

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Of course, all of these data-driven picks from Stewart and Google are pretty lovely—what more could we expect?

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