Time for Spring cleaning!
As winter comes to an end and new spring flowers begin to grow, experimenting with fresh colors and exciting new pieces is the thing to do. Step one: Dive into your space. Get rid of unnecessary knick-knacks, and clean up the surfaces around your home. Go through your coffee table books, get a new tray to organize your jewelry, and rearrange your bookshelves. Step two: Give your place a fresh coat of paint. Nothing says spring like a fresh coat of white paint on tired walls.
Now that the cleaning is done, you’re ready for the fun part. Here are several spring decorating ideas that will make your space pop, blossom, and bloom.
The use of textured accessories like ceramics and botanicals is an easy way to liven up your home. Either in bright colors or neutrals, accessories with tactile lines and patterns add an interesting dimension. Swap out your heavy fur throws and pillows for some light and crisp silk or linen pillows and throws.
Chandeliers have a way of sparking conversation, but this spring make a statement with a funky, beautiful pendant. Whether oversized or whimsical, these lighting fixtures become an instant focal point and design refresher. Stop by and work with our design team to find the perfect lighting update for your home.
Another on-trend style is vintage interior décor. When looking to refresh your family home, going vintage is a bold style statement which won’t disappoint. Everything from vintage Turkish rugs to unique Indian textile stamps can be found in our showroom to give your home a touch of a nostalgic, warm feel.
Pantone Pops of Color:
Pantone never fails at offering key interior design help by announcing the color of the year. The color of 2018 is ultra violet. According to Pantone, “Violet symbolizes experimentation and non-conformity, spurring individuals to imagine their unique mark on the world, and push boundaries through creative outlets. The color is often associated with mindfulness practices, which offer a higher ground to those seeking refuge from today’s over-stimulated world.” To learn more about the color of the year check out the Pantone site here. If bright colors aren’t your thing, neutrals always do the trick of both opening a space up and creating a canvas for unique pieces of decor.
Wood is an essential material in creating comfort, warmth and organic beauty to a space. By keeping it raw, the unique tones, grooves and imperfections become showcased as a work of art. You could incorporate this in side tables, wall art, lighting, or even as a feature wall.
Lastly, don’t forget to add fresh cut flowers or our ever so realistic botanicals throughout your space to sprinkle a little spring around your home!