The dreary winter days have come and gone. Ready to embrace those warm spring vibes? Here are 10 great ways to breathe new life into your home!
1. Add a Fresh Flower Arrangement
Not only will a batch of fresh flowers bring spring indoors, but it’ll also add a lovely scent to your home. You could even upcycle a few items for a homey, DIY vibe.
2. Brighten Your Living Room with Light Accents
Get rid of the dreary winter vibes and ditch the dark colours! Brighten a room with some bright pastels or white throw pillows, a light-coloured blanket or even a new throw rug.
3. Don’t Be Afraid to Break Out the Prints
Adding some patterned wallpaper, pillow covers, blankets or bed sheets can really take a room to the next level.
4. Adorn Your Walls with Art
Freshen up a room with some new imagery. Avid traveller? Get one of your favourite photos printed and hung! Amateur art collector? Find a painting that screams ’spring’ to you and add it to your decor.
5. Time for a Fresh Coat of Paint
Whether it’s inside or out, this can really bring a room back to life after the dreary days of winter. Maybe even add an accent wall for some extra energy?
6. Break Out Some Fresh Bed Sheets
They say you spend about a third of your life in bed, so fresh sheets are a must! Nothing says spring like a bed of crisp linens.
7. Time for the Big Spring Clean
Winter brings clutter and with it coming to a close, it’s time to get organized! Pack away the winter wear and do some tidying - our spring cleaning tips can help!
8. Rearrange the Furniture
You’d be surprised at how different a room can feel by just moving the furniture around! If your home is feeling stale, give this a try.
9. Spruce Up Your Entrance
Now that all the ice and snow is gone, it’s the perfect time to add a splash of colour! Our favourite way is with a spring-like wreath with tulips, daffodils or other springtime flowers.
10. Get Digging in the Garden
Nothing says spring like gardening! Head to your local nursery and get some of your favourite plants. Lacking a green thumb? Hydrangea and peonies are two flowers that are great for beginners!