Apr 11, 2013
Spring-y Decor: How To Make Your Home Feel Like Spring
Hello Fabulistas! I'm SO excited that it's finally starting to feel like spring. The weather is getting warmer and the flowers are blooming, spring is in the air! Now it's time to make a few little changes to our interiors so we can feel spring everywhere. I've put together a few tips I like to use to make my home feel spring-y. Fresh flowers You know how much I like to bring the outside in. Fresh flowers are the easiest way to do this. It's also a great way to add color to your home! Pull out your favorite vases and pick up some of your favorite flowers. If you want to add even more color, use colored vases! Colored vases + colored flowers = color, color, color!
from Karolina KurkovaChange the sheets A new season means a new look! The easiest way to do refresh your bedroom is to change your sheets. Pick something with a new pattern or spring-y colors. It's an easy change, but it makes a HUGE difference!
from Northshore MagazineA fresh coat of paint It's amazing what a difference a fresh coat of paint makes. Repainting the walls makes a space feel like new in no time. Don't want to repaint the house? You don't have to! What about that chair you've been meaning to replace? A fresh coat of paint can give you a whole new piece of furniture. Use your imagination, you can paint almost anything!
from A Cultivated NestNew, brighter pillows If you're looking for a quick fix and don't want to spend a lot of money, pick up a few new throw pillows or pillow covers. Place them on a sofa or side chair and you have a whole new spring look! Pillows and pillow covers are the easiest change to make. This may seem like a small thing, but the devil is in the details!
from PinterestReorganize Reorganizing makes me feel great! I love tossing out things I no longer need and reorganizing what I already have. It helps me get ready for a new season. I know exactly where everything is and I know there's no more clutter!
from 55 Downing StreetI'm thrilled for spring after such a long winter. What are you doing to get ready for the new season?