Tweet Let’s all give a collective sigh of relief and celebrate the ending of a very long, very cold winter and welcome spring! Spring is a time for renewal. It’s synonymous with freshness and growth. It’s a time for shaking … Read More
Let’s all give a collective sigh of relief and celebrate the ending of a very long, very cold winter and welcome spring! Spring is a time for renewal. It’s synonymous with freshness and growth. It’s a time for shaking off the gray, dullness of winter to make room for the brightness of a new beginning. While it occurs to most to update their wardrobe or get a stylish, new haircut, updating one’s home décor for the spring season might not come to mind. You don’t have to go to extravagant lengths to refresh your home for spring. Simple things such as tossing a few bright throw pillows onto the couch or changing out neutral window treatments for ones that are vibrant are easy and low-cost ways to inject a pop of color in any room. Look for accessories in warm, vivid colors such as Pantone’s “Radiant Orchid” and soft, airy pastels like sea foam green and lilacs. These colors are not only trendy right now but they invoke the crisp, cheery feeling of spring. While many shy away from bold patterns on their walls or furniture, opting for daringly patterned accessories is a choice that is much easier to swallow. Throws and rugs with brightly colored floral patterns and vibrant geometric designs are excellent pieces to perk up your home for the season. Another and arguably the most fun way to update your home for spring is to swap out your wall art. Consider taking down your wall art with darker or more muted tones, store them away for the spring and summer months and hang art featuring radiant colors and verdant, blossomy subject matter in their place. Wall art featuring subject matter such as florals, lush landscapes or even lively abstracts with bright, punchy colors are all great options for your spring décor. Art for Spring” board on Pinterest for inspiration for your home. You can also browse “Botanical and Floral” collection for more refreshing spring-inspired prints.