Goodbye Winter, Hello Spring! Fresh Decorating Ideas to Welcome the New Season.
Warmer weather, longer days… Let’s think Spring! Here are some easy, high-reward decorating ideas to help you freshen your space and get rid of those winter doldrums.
Bring on the Flowers
Artwork, wallpaper, fabric, carpet, pillows, or vases full of blooms — if you’re a fan of florals, now is the time to work them into your decor. It can be as simple as adding a few throw pillows and fresh flower arrangements to your space, or make it a more complex change by coordinating artwork, fabrics, carpet and fresh blooms. Layered floral motifs are allowed!
Liven Up Your Doorway
For a subtle seasonal change, consider painting your doorframe a light seasonal hue. Simple, but it freshens things up just enough to make a difference.
Swap out Your Bedding
As the weather starts to warm, lighten up your bedding. Consider swapping out your heavy, dark cotton bedding with linens in a cheerful, yet neutral hue.
Incorporating lucite and acrylic furniture into a space are great ways to achieve a more modern “barely-there” light and airy look. Perfect for springtime!
Bring the Outdoors In
Give your room a seasonal lift with an indoor tree. Often overlooked, indoor trees are truly transformational. After all, nothing says spring like a fruit tree!
Incorporating a simple spring theme into a space can go a long way. For instance, a subtle butterfly or dragonfly motif injects a sense of whimsy without changing the entire environment.
A perfect way to bring plants into your environment is a vertical garden. Choose your favorites, go with easy to manage foliage, or grow herbs and fresh produce to cook with! Anyway you go, a plant wall will definitely pep up your space.
Don’t be afraid to play with color! Color blocking your walls is a never-fail way to reinvigorate your home. Opt for a lighter color to bring the light, airy feel of spring inside.
Fresh White Linens
Feel like the florals might be a bit overpowering in your bedroom? Add in some crisp white bedding to tighten things up and finish off that much-sought-after clean, put-together look.