There is something about spring that makes us want to rejuvenate our homes. With the sun starting to shine and the flowers blossoming we want to match the energy of the season to our homes. It can be difficult to know where to begin, we have so many great tips below to help get you started.
Spring is a colourful season full of yellows, pinks and greens, so to match your home to the season think about changing up your colour scheme. You don’t have to go cray repainting all your walls (unless you want to of course), but changing a few subtle pieces of soft furnishing such as cushions, throws, rugs, curtains and bedding can make a huge difference. Find a place for all your winter colour items to sit until you are ready to bring them back out when the seasons change again.
Another way to brighten your home up with spring colours is to add flowers into your decor. Flowers are everything to do with spring, they represent new life, nature and bring overall happiness to your home. To keep your home feeling bright and fresh consider signing up for a monthly flower subscription or if you are a novice to keeping plants alive you could always opt for the fake flower option, there are some great fake flowers out there that look real. This way you will save money and make your home colourful.
If you have a lot of bare walls you could think about putting up some artwork. Hanging up some artworks can really transform any room you walk into. This can be in the form of photos, a canvas print or a painting. If you are not sure what artwork you would like on your walls, there are many websites that you can gain inspiration from. Try not to overhang artwork on your walls as this could look cluttered, keep it simple and pleasing to the eye.
When you think of spring and your home you instantly think of spring cleaning. Take a couple of days to really give your home a deep clean and declutter. Focus on those hard to reach spots and areas you wouldn’t generally clean on a day to day basis, these might include air conditioners, air vents and BBQs, these are items that aren’t used during the winter month so dust is more likely to have settled on these items. When cleaning you might find that you come across items you no longer need or want. Take this opportunity to declutter, a good method to use is the Marie Kondo approach. This is when you pick up an item and don’t feel ‘joy’ then it is time to throw it out. When decluttering have a think to see which items might be useful to other people. Instead of sending them to the landfill drop them off at your local charity shop or refuge center.
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