3 easy ways to “Springify” your rooms with easy seasonal Spring Décor touches
1. Transform your room with colourful linen
A simple way to add a touch of Spring Décor and colour is to dress your beds and even your windows with pastel colours. Pale pinks, blues may sound a bit cliché for Spring but these colours are evergreen in a bedroom. Easy cost-effective ways are to add colour in your pillowcases or sheets or with a colourful springy scatter cushion or two! A bit more of an investment will be to change up your duvet cover set to a delightful floral or plain pastel print and you can even bring the colour onto your window décor with duck egg blockout or plain curtains, or for an airy touch add a coloured voile or sheer as a layer under your current curtains.
2. Add some flowers and greenery
It may sound so simple yet a bunch of fresh or even artificial flowers will instantly give any room a fresh, light and happy air. You could even change up your scatter cushions to a floral print, not only will you have an instant seasonal update but you’ll be bang on trend as well! For a really feminine touch look around for some lovely floral artwork or even make your own!
For lovers of plants, a simple spring décor idea is to create a mini garden with hanging or potted plants in pretty pots.
3. Change your textures
Winter rooms are all about cosiness, fleece and fluffy blankets! For spring, pack these all away and change them up with lighter woven throws or even a luxurious summer blanket. If you have a home with loads of light add voiles or sheers to your windows for a really light and airy feel and if you need the light to be blocked out it's so easy to layer a blockout curtain or blockout lining underneath when its sleep time! Sheers and voiles are not the only way to lighten up your windows, but you can change up heavily textured curtains with a lighter weight hemp or plain curtain in a cotton weight.
So there you have it, hopefully these spring décor ideas help inspire your spring decorating and bring a little light back into your home now that winter has passed.