Easy ways to refresh your living space for Spring
Spring: the time of fresh foliage and new beginnings. What better time to refresh your living space!? Here are our tips for easy ways to refresh your living space for Spring.
De-clutter, shake off the winter blues, add a splash of colour and spruce up your home for the new season with our quick and easy interior design tips.
1. Invest in cosy cushions
Change your cushions to refresh the colour palette for your room with minimum cost or effort. On trend hues for 2016 (according to House Beautiful) include milky blues, teals, jewel tones paired with neutrals and citrusy chartreuse. We have some lovely cushion cover designs to complement these fresh colours.
2. Rug up for underfoot comfort
Add a splash of uplifting spring colour to your room with a rug – a great way to incorporate colour and add a touch of underfoot comfort too!
(Find this one at Landofrugs.com)
3. Pouffes -practical and stylish!
Pouffes are a great practical and stylish feature. Particularly for living rooms. They look great, add colour and texture as well as useful additional seating. We love these knitted ones from www.nordichouse.co.uk – or you could even make your own!?
4. Decorate your walls with a wall sticker
Wall stickers are an inexpensive and versatile way to add interest and colour to any room.
(Saved from Bobbyrabbit.co.uk)
5. Add some plants
Adding plants such as cacti create a fresh green space. They’re easy to look after and guaranteed to make you smile!
(Saved from thenletitbe.blogspot.com.es)
6. Chic seating
Create a cosy reading corner. This can look elegant and chic with the right chair in place. We love this modern chair from cimmerann interiors http://www.cimmermann.uk
7. Create a feature wall
Using paint to create a feature wall is a fab way of revamping a room in need of a facelift. You could even blend 2 colours to create an ombre effect (this is a new one on us – but we kinda like it!?
(Taken from www.houseandgarden.co.uk)
8. Use mirrors to create space
Always handy for making a small space appear larger, mirrors can really lift the style and impact of a room. The honeycomb mirror from Graham and Green is an interesting one