We still have a few more weeks left of winter, but that doesn’t mean you can’t spring into decorating your home for the next season. Spring is just around the corner, which means it’s time to bring out the pastels and freshen up your home.
To incorporate spring into your home, there are a few things you can do. Follow the tips listed below when revamping your home for the season.
The flowers are beginning to bloom outside, so it’s the perfect time to have them inside as well. Nothing says spring like flowers, so scattering them in vases throughout your house will really help to liven up your space. You can put them on your kitchen counter, your dining room table, or in your bathrooms. The vases you put them in can be bright and colorful, so you don’t have to rely simply on the flowers to bring light into your home. Plus, they’ll smell delicious and anyone who walks into your home will be greeted with the delightful scent.
Switch Out Your Furniture
Switching out your furniture is a really easy way to bring newness and light into your home for the spring season. Taking your dark colored living room sets and outdoor furniture, and replacing them with a dining room table that is made of light-colored wood or other bright pieces of furniture can really help to brighten up a room. Spring is all about bright colors and a lot of light, so choosing white sofas or sheer curtains easily brings the season into your home.
Paint the Walls
Painting your walls a bright color is one of the easiest things you can do to transform your space. Applying white, light pink, yellow, or baby blue to your once dark-colored room is a simple way to liven up the place. Don’t be afraid to go with an unusual color because you can always change it in the end.
It’s almost time for spring, and many people aren’t happy with the look of their home anymore. In fact, a HomeGoods survey found that only one out of five Americans feel happy with their home decor. If you find yourself to be one of these people and are ready for an update, use spring as a reason for a change. Take the steps listed above when you’re ready to revamp your home.