Spring Décor Tips / How to Get Your Home Spring Ready





There’s something about the springtime that inspires a refresh in our home. Here are a few ways to prepare your home for this spring.

  1. Whimsical blooms – Bring spring inside your home with wildflowers fresh from the garden or beautiful blooms from the farmer’s market. Brightly hued hydrangeas, lilies, tulips, primrose, peonies, and hyacinth effortlessly arranged will add a vibrancy to your kitchen table’s centerpiece, the mantle in your living room or your bedside table.
  2. Floral Patterns – For springtime freshness all year, the interior designers recommend floral wallpaper. You can opt for a bold accent wall in your bathroom, bedroom or a walk-in closet or a subtle floral wallpaper in the dining room, kitchen or study.
  3. Light Reflecting Statements – Now that our clocks have officially “sprung forward,” we’re finally back to longer days and more sunshine. Utilize light reflecting pieces such as mirrors, chandeliers, glass vases, and antique demijohns to subtly play with that enchanting springtime light.
  4. Impressionist Inspiration – What better way to decorate for springtime than with a painting that embodies the colors and whimsical feelings of the season? The works of artists like Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir will transform your home’s decor.
  5. Switch Out Your Candles –  To harness that airy springtime scent, retire the warm vanilla, gingerbread, and buttercream scents of winter, and trade them in for the intoxicating aroma of jasmine, wisteria, and waterlily candles.
  6. Lighten Your Linens – As cozy as the wool knit throw blankets and flannel sheets are, it’s time to lighten up. Swap your chunky knits for featherweight throws and lightweight cashmere.

  1. Introduce Indoor Plants – A few indoor plants will add color, a touch of nature and even increase oxygen levels. This season’s trendiest indoor plants include fiddle leaf figs, devil’s ivy ,and cactuses.

As Leo Tolstoy said, “spring is the time for plans and projects.” So, roll up your sleeves and help your home follow nature’s course and bloom this spring. For more interior design tips, make sure to like us on Facebook.

March 20, 2019