How to refresh your home for spring
Spring is an invigorating season that is sure to make you want to spruce up your home. Here are some quick and easy ways you can welcome the new season into your home!
Of course, there’s no better way to start preparing for spring than with a spring cleaning! Furniture Designer Sophie Kost from My Beautiful Abode tells us the benefits of doing so:
“There is nothing quite like the feeling of a rejuvenating space, which is why across generations and across cultures, spring cleaning is approached with the same enthusiasm as cleaning. spirit, as a way to herald a new season, new beginnings. Our tip for freshening up your space during the warmer months is cleaning and redesigning. Decluttering is big business and while we are believers in regularly systematic cleansing of near-organic accumulations, we believe it is one’s ‘stuff’ that will tell. their stories, express their individuality and make the house a home. “
One thing that makes spring cleaning a whole bunch easier is having convenient storage solutions, like beds with wheels or shelving units. Browse the MyDeal Furniture range to find the items you need.
Visit Sophie’s Facebook and Instagram for more design inspiration.
Solve everything you are facing
Do you have a daily to-do list that keeps rolling over to the next day? This spring, put aside a weekend to deal with all the chores that are bothering you. Maybe there’s a broken curtain in the living room, or chipped paint in your child’s bedroom, or a leaky bathroom faucet.
We promise, you’ll feel energized and accomplished when you finally tick off the things you left unfinished. Taking care of all these little things will also make you feel ready for summer fun!
Immersed in nature
Spring is synonymous with blooming flowers, so what better way to refresh your home with flowers? Ebony AndrewsThe Chief Botanical Specialist at Flowers across Melbourne, tells us:
“Beautiful flowers and fresh spring bouquets are a wonderful way to add color to your home this spring. Freesias and hyacinths not only look gorgeous, but they’re also beautiful flowers. The flower is very fragrant, will make your home always welcome when the colder months are gone.
Daffodils, tulips, and sweet peas are beautiful spring flowers that are super popular this time of year. Sweet peas and andromeda too, which can be strewn around in small vases or small succulent gardens or grown in mason jars are cute additions to the ultimate table.”
Gorgeous sound? Get your own at Flowers Across Melbourne or visit their Facebook and Instagram for inspiration.
Nature is beautiful, but completely random and imperfect. Get inspired by the elements by giving a little freedom with your decor. Wendy MarplesThe interior design stylist at Plantation Homes, told us:
“I find that we are now capturing imperfections in a big way – texture, texture and more texture are appearing for both hard surfaces and soft furniture in the home and as a complement Perfect for your spring style.
For this season, we’re seeing velvet, faux fur, leather and linen in soft furnishings. On hard surfaces we are seeing an array of irregularly shaped tiles, weathered wood and matte finishes.
You can mix and match your textures to create a unique, laid-back look, or add some metal for a more classy look. By layering textured items, you can add a whole new dimension to your space and make it easy to change up some of those decorations for seasonal changes.”
Get more design inspiration from Plantation Homes Instagram and browse the MyDeal Home & Garden range to find nature-inspired decorations.