The first buds of spring are now abloom… so, it’s time to pack away those heavy rugs and dark cushions, and instead, pull out beautiful pastel throws and vibrant table ware.
Updating your homewares each season is a simple and cost-efficient way of keeping your home looking bright and fresh without having to invest in any major renovations.
It’s important to be selective with colour, décor and focus on the little details to improve the overall feel of your home this season.
There is no doubt that having enough space can be a big challenge when moving from one season to the next.
Having a place to store other season’s décor can stop the progress of seasonal change within your home, however, we have a way around that!
Building from a neutral base and adding subtle hints of fresh colour can change the entire feel of the room.
Incorporating textures and different shades will create depth and an easy, uniform palette. This can be effortlessly achieved by simply changing the covers on your cushions or updating that dark, heavy shag to a light and simple pattern.
A few small adjustments are all that is needed to transform your table into a new season dining space.
Make use of natural light as the days get longer and combine natural textures like wood with a pastel or light coloured linen table runner or place mats.
Be particular with the impression and theme you are trying to achieve.
We all have our own interpretations on what spring looks and feels like – so make it your own!
One key point to remember, no matter what your style, is ‘less is always more’.
Styling spaces can easily become a clutter of items, and that’s exactly what we’re trying to avoid!
Focus on keeping it fresh for spring, with only a few key colours and styles. Keep it simple and clutter-free.
Cushions, throws and table décor are subtle but simple updates that will create a noticeable and inviting change to your home this spring.
Remember, it’s your home and your space. Create an inviting, fresh environment that you actually want to spend time and relax in!