6 Ways To Decorate Your Home For Spring
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  • 6 Ways To Decorate Your Home For Spring


    The mornings are getting brighter. The birds are starting to sound that little bit chirpier. Yes, spring is around the corner. That means thinking about fresh and fabulous new decor inspirations. Here are six ways you can transform your home to match the wonderful colours of spring.

     

    1. RAINBOW OF COLOURS

    Say goodbye to the dark hues of winter by welcoming a fresh spring palette into your home. Lemon yellow, spring green and shades of blue and teal are all refreshing colours for the spring season, and can also influence how you feel when in the room. For example, yellow is thought to be associated with confidence and friendliness (the perfect welcome for a hallway), whilst green can invoke balance and peace (great for home offices). If you don’t want to completely redecorate, try introducing spring colours via furniture and accessories instead.

    Take a look at these pieces for inspiration...

     

    This Marquis Armchair offers a dash of spring colour with its saffron seat cushion and armrests. Comfortable and smart, it makes a stylish occasional chair to sit alongside a side table.

    Our Santa Barbara range is wonderfully spring - all lilting American colours and Californian hues - perfect for outdoor or indoor. This two-seater sofa is made of All-Weather rattan, so you can leave it outside year round without worry.

    So, warming or fresh spring colours will not only improve the look of your space, they could boost your wellbeing too - exactly what you need as you start a new year.

     

     

    2. LET THE LIGHT IN

    The days are getting longer and the temperature is warming up, so why not bring a little natural light into your space? Extra light can help even the smallest room seem much bigger. Here are some ways you can help to let the light in:

     

    • Swap thick, heavy curtains and lampshades for ones made from lighter fabrics in brighter colours
    • Think about installing glass doors; today, most front and side doors are plastic or wooden, but using glass can really transform a space and help the light flow from room to room
    • Hang a mirror opposite a window to reflect more light around the room; you could even group multiple mirrors together on a wall to maximise the effect
    • Use mirrored and metallic furniture in a dark corner or hallway to bounce extra light around the room

    The Camille Console Table ticks the big interiors trend for 2016 - luxe metallics. The warm gold frame will add a touch of glamour, whilst the mirrored top bounces light around the room.

     

     

    3. EARN YOUR STRIPES

    If you like a more modern aesthetic, opt for stripes this spring. A simple but striking pattern, the mix of clean lines and fresh colours will always stand the test of time. Multi-coloured stripes are a fun way of working in accent colours into a room and can completely lift a neutral space, whilst blue and white stripes are a classic combination that evokes a laid back interiors style. Which one do you prefer?

    Take a look at this George Club Chair:

     

    Or this Bretagne 2-Seater Sofa with its fashionable Gallic stripes - use it to accompany a dining bench or as a sofa in its own right.

     

     

    4. JOIE DE VIVRE

    Spring is about growth and newness, so we like the idea of making your home a cheerful one, ready to welcome friends, family and the next-door neighbour. Of course, you need to be prepared for guests and this Letholdus Round Dining Room Table is just the ticket. Seating as many as six people, it’s the perfect setting for a conversation-filled (and hopefully sunshine-filled) springtime lunch. Pair it with comfortable dining chairs and your guests will never want to leave!

     

    5. OUT IN THE GARDEN

    After the hibernation of winter, the garden comes to life in spring. As well as growing new seeds and nurturing your plants and flowers, think about kitting your garden out with luxury outdoor furniture for the warmer months. Whether your outdoor area is a small stone courtyard or a sprawling expanse of grass, choose garden furniture pieces to fit your space and al fresco needs. This Easthampton Double Day Bed is perfect if you enjoy an afternoon snooze: 

     

    Maybe you like to have a cup of coffee outside in the sunshine? A metal gazebo could form the centrepiece of your garden set-up, under which you can add conservatory chairs and a metal garden bench.

     

     

    6. ACCESSORISE, ACCESSORISE, ACCESSORISE

    Add splashes of spring to your home by accessorising your chairs and side tables. Colourful cushions add just that little splash of delight - look at this Peregrine Cushion Cover:

     

     

    Position your accessories and furniture so they soak up natural light too - see how these Chiara Cushion Covers perfectly complement this sofa:

     

     

    You could also introduce some artificial flowers to brighten up your rooms - invest in good-quality ones that look totally authentic. They don’t take a lot of upkeep and, of course, never wilt!

     

    Do you have any spring interior design tips? Share them with us.

     

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