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Spring is finally upon us; so throw those windows open wide and get organising with an interiors refresh!

Spring is one of my favourite times of year (the other is Autumn if you’re wondering). Nature suddenly comes alive and everything feels fresh and new. It’s a time when we want to shake off the winter blues and inject some energy and colour into our lives. One of the best ways to do this is by giving your home a spring makeover. Here are some ideas for decorating your home this spring.

  1. Bring in some plants

There’s nothing that says spring more than greenery and flowers. Bring in some potted plants and place them around your home to add some colour and freshness. If you’re not a natural gardener, consider low-maintenance plants like succulents or air plants.

  1. Add some colourful accents
Image via Margo Selby

Spring is all about colour, so add some bright and cheerful accents to your home. You could change out your throw pillows and blankets for ones in brighter colours or patterns, or add some colourful artwork to your walls. You could also invest in some new curtains or a colourful rug to add a pop of interest to your space. My personal favourite when it comes to adding colour in my home is to go to the textile designer Margo Selby. I have the Rosario rug in my living room and it brightens the space in a very bold, yet sophisticated, way.

  1. Swap out your bedding
Image via The White Company – Highbury Bed Linen Collection

Changing out your bedding is an easy and effective way to update your bedroom for spring. Swap out your heavy winter bedding for lighter, brighter options. Think crisp white linens or bedding in pastel colours.

  1. Bring in some natural materials

Spring is all about celebrating nature, so bring some natural materials into your home. Consider adding a woven rug or a rattan chair to your living room, or some wooden accents like picture frames or candle holders.

  1. Freshen up your walls
Image via Delirious By Design, Etsy

If you’re looking for a bigger change, consider freshening up your walls. You could paint a room in a fresh, bright colour, or add some wallpaper in a fun and cheerful pattern. If you’re not ready to commit to a big change, consider adding some removable wallpaper to a feature wall. I recently used this idea in a scheme for a child’s bedroom and it worked a treat. You can find some great removable wallpaper sellers over on Etsy.

  1. Bring in some new scents

Spring is a great time to freshen up the scent of your home. Swap out your heavy winter candles for lighter, more floral scents. You could also invest in some essential oils or a diffuser to fill your home with a fresh and natural scent. I use this one from Neom but Asda sell an amazing one too at a more budget friendly price.

  1. Declutter and organize

Spring is a great time to declutter and organize your home. Get rid of any items you no longer need or use, and organize your space to make it feel fresh and new. Consider investing in some new storage solutions to help keep your space organized and clutter-free.

As you can see, there are many ways to decorate your home for spring. From adding some colourful accents to swapping out your bedding, these simple updates can make a big difference in how your home looks and feels. So, embrace the season and give your home a fresh and cheerful makeover! Make sure you follow me over on Instagram to stay up to date with my spring updates. You can find me @claireparkininteriors

One more thing…

P.S: For an extra bonus tip, head on over to this online feature as I was named a top organizing and decluttering expert by Redfin. Check out the article I was featured in here: Spring Home Decor: 27 Tips to Welcome the Season | Redfin

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