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Spring Decorating Ideas – Make Your Home Look Fresh

by Iqra Tariq April 12, 2021 3 min read

There is no better or quicker way to brighten the mood after a long, cold winter than by adding a few touches of spring to our house!

Spring Décor Ideas

Spring is a time of regeneration, so it's no surprise that many of us feel compelled to spruce up our homes during this season. However, it can be difficult to know where to start when it comes to giving your spaces a new look. If you want to modernize your home without investing a lot of money.

If you want to go all out for spring decorating or only add a few basic touches here and there, these simple spring decorating ideas will help you welcome the season both inside and out. 

Add a touch of nature:

Using fresh flowers to bring the beauty of the outdoors inside is one of the easiest ways to decorate your home for spring. In addition to toasters, hosta, and iris, daffodils, including tulips, prefer the company of other flower bulbs. The Shasta daisy is a perennial that grows well with Algerian iris, Germander sage, rudbeckia, and coneflowers, among other flowers.

If you don't like new flowers, consider the beauty of green and flowering plants. Even when they aren't blooming, I adore orchids for their ease of care, elegance, and classic beauty.

Fresh Flowers add Scenery:

Don't forget about the natural greenery, leaves, and stems available in your backyard if you live in a warmer environment. This is the ideal time of year to bring in freshly cut trees and shrub branches and put them in water to encourage them to bud indoors. It's easy to spruce up the open shelving in our kitchen for spring.

Refresh your Spring Décor:

Making small style tweaks to coffee and accent tables, shelves, mantels, and countertops will lighten up the look of your home for the new season. Even something as easy as draping a pretty dish towel over the sink will add a springy touch to the kitchen.

Set your Bedding:

Spring is all about rebirth, so now is the ideal time to update your bedroom with some new bedding in preparation for the warmer months ahead. Alternatively, simply replace your bulky winter blankets, throws, and pillows with lighter-weight and lighter-toned versions to update your look. White bedding is adorable all year, but particularly in the spring and summer because it brings a sense of calm and cool to our master and guest bedrooms.

Reset your Furniture:

Rearranging your furniture is one of the simplest ways to freshen up your home for spring. This sectional was recently moved from the hearth room to the living room, and it changed the feel of the room. Rest your furniture considering the importance of place and location. Simple rearrangements of furniture can do wonders.

Add Splash of Colors:

When it comes to getting color into your house, natural color combinations are always a good choice. Consider using lush greens, sky blues, and cloud whites to create a fresh spring vibe in your home. The vibrancy of the season is still carried inside with these nature-inspired hues.  

Replace Heavy Curtains with Light ones:

As the number of hours of sunlight increases each day, now is the ideal time to increase the amount of light in your home by replacing heavy or dark curtains with white or lighter-colored alternatives–or even removing them entirely. Lifting the window shades higher during the day is another quick way to let in more light. Hopefully, your neighbors would not mind seeing you a little more!

Pillows add Coziness:

Consider purchasing pillow covers instead of inserts from pillows you already own if your pillow collection has expanded to the point that it's taking up an embarrassing amount of room in your closet.

Conclusion:

With the sun shining, flowers blooming, and gardens bursting into life, it's only natural to yearn for a spring makeover. These simple projects, fast fixes, and creative ways to use what you already have will freshen up your home for spring without breaking the bank.