Giving your home a little revamp in time for spring can really help to lift the atmosphere and create a warm and welcoming feel. Over the winter months we often introduce heavier, darker pieces to the home to help with that cosy aesthetic, however spring is all about bright, fresh and vibrant colours to make you feel alive. From simple colour swaps to finer details, here’s how you can update your home in time for the arrival of spring.
By introducing lighter details to your interiors, you’ll instantly feel the overall aesthetic lift as you add a brighter touch to the space. Even the simplest of changes, such as swapping your existing handles for a chic new white collection like this from GJohns can make a huge difference to the way the room feels, as well as giving a new lease of life. Whether you opt for a different finish, colour or style, you can create a whole new look that results in a room feeling brand new.
Spring is all about bright colours and a fresh feel, so swapping out existing colours for a brighter alternative will really help you to achieve a spring look. Play around with different colour ways, looking at incorporating new features such as wallpaper or paint to help enhance your new colours and showcase them in the best way. If you’re unsure on which colours work well together, use Pinterest to find inspiration from a range of different interior styles and create your own colour mood boards.
Nothing screams spring more than a beautiful selection of fresh flowers in the home. Flowers don’t just bring a pretty aesthetic to the home, but they also help to lift the atmosphere and create a positive feel. Whether you’re a flowers or plant kind of person, you can benefit greatly from incorporating these into your décor and bringing your interiors to life, literally.
As mentioned above, during the winter we often turn to our thick duvets, chunky blankets and fluffy throws to keep the house as warm and cosy as possible, but this isn’t necessary going into the spring/summer months. Now is the time to swap out your heavier fabrics and introduce some lighter pieces to your home, as this will help to create that fresh, spring feel and also make life much easier once the warmer temperatures set in.