Add A Spring In Your Home

Now that the ‘Beast from the East’ has left us in peace, the arrival of March has got us wanting to spring our homes into action by incorporating some spring inspired home decor. With longer daylight hours and daffodils blooming all around us, it’s definitely time to switch up those winter blankets, sheepskin throws and thick bed sheets. In this post, we’ll be telling you our top 3 favourite ideas and tips for injecting a bit of spring into your home.


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Spring Flowers 

Plants or flowers are a great way to add some greenery / colour into your home. Opt for something typically spring inspired like tulips or peonies. Tulips are particularly great as they’re cheap, long lasting and available in varying colours. A top tip for maintaining the life of your flowers is cut the stems at a 45 degree angle, about an inch up,  as this allows the water and plant feed to travel up the stem more easily.

Change Your Bed Linen

Nothing says Spring better than washed linen bedsheets. These are particularly popular at the moment due to the relaxed vibe they give off. Available from luxury designers to high street retailers prices vary from £30 upwards and can be found in an array of colours. Particularly great for spring inspired home décor as they’re a breathable fabric which means you’ll be kept cool as the temperature rises through to summer.

Light Furniture And Decor

Autumn and winter call for darker, more muted colours like navies and plums. Spring however makes way for more uplifting and energetic colours.  These in turn aid productivity during the long daylight hours. In light of this, opt for bright and light colours like white, creams, pastels (or pale greys If you prefer monochrome tones) to truly add some Spring inspired home décor. Something like our Cream Beaumont Rocking Chair would be the perfect item!

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