Spring is right around the corner! There’s no better way to prepare for spring than with some spring cleaning and decorating! It is important to give your home a deep refreshed clean before moving on to the next step. A little paint goes a long way or maybe a little scrub of Mr.Clean magic eraser. Once you get all of the cleaning is out of the way, the fun part begins!
This is a must! Your winters pillows can go bye bye and it’s time to bring out your fun floral/pop of color pillows. A few trends I’m seeing this spring/summer are tassels, fringe and pom poms! The vibe seems to be bohemian chic this spring/summer and I’m not complaining. It’s fun and bold.
A Good Night’s Sleep
One of my favorite things about Spring is new bedding! I love changing my linens for soft pastels or subtle patterns. (Fun Fact: I have giraffe sheets waiting I’m waiting to use for the official day of spring and it’s the cutest thing. We all have our kid at heart moments.) It’s time to put your faux fur throws and winter bedding away. Opt for a fun duvet cover and shams. Don’t forget a light throw for an added layer of color or pattern.
Switch it Up
So your furniture layout has been the same all fall and winter. Now is the time to switch it up. Changing the layout of your furniture can create a new vibe in your space.
A Lighter Palette
Incorporating lighter pastel colors can open up a lot of possibilities. It’s an easy palette to work with and your space will automatically feel light and airy. Change out your heavy curtains for sheers or linen to allow for natural light.
Florals and All
Floral is expected in a spring palette, but you don’t have to be obvious about it. Incorporating florals in an understated way will be the right amount. You don’t want the floral elements to overpower you space. Throwing in floral can be as small as background pillow.
Color, Fragrance, and Greens
Bringing the outside in definitely gives your home the feeling of spring. Find your favorite vase and add some green elements into your home. Leafy plants like palms and banana leaves are great if you want to make a plant statement. Peonies are also just as good, plus they soften your space with their subtle colors. Flowers and plants also bring a natural aroma indoors. If you’re not allergic this can be a nice way of making your home feel like spring.
This post was written by home contributor Ashley Danielle of Darling Be Chic
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