Spring décor trends your home will love

Amy Buxton Amy Buxton
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Spring has sprung so let's decorate your home accordingly. By adding a few seasonally appropriate textiles and some plants you can let all the joys of spring into your home in just a few hours. The best part is, you can store them away when the cooler months re-emerge, to use again next year. 

Creating a seasonally geared home is far simpler than you might think and it won't cost the earth either. Spring is the time for new hope and new life so let's take a look at how you can embody all of that positivity in your favourite rooms!

Less is more

You've all heard of the phrase 'spring cleaning'. Well, that isn't just something you talk about, it's something you need to do! After months of heavy fabrics and artificial heating, your home will naturally have acquired a lot of dust and debris so as the warmer months approach, fling open the windows and clear out the crud!

Tato Design have really nailed the spring décor trend perfectly here as, after a deep clean and a good airing, you will want to pare back the belongings a little. De-clutter your space and and you can enjoy warm, fresh air circulating freely. If only all spring décor trends were so easy to master. Oh, hang on… they are!

Light curtains and soft colours

Spring décor trends are all about renewed vigour, new life and optimism so we always like to inject a lot of pale, pretty pastels and soft colours into our homes when the days start to get lighter for longer and just a bit more clement. Rich, deep hues can be reserved for winter!

We think this living room is a great example of what you want to try to achieve, with slightly more sheer curtains that let the light in and pretty, calm and muted tones all working together to look dreamy and wistful. Is it just us or do you feel slightly younger and more energised in spring? Maybe it's just this decor making us feel like that!

Natural materials with pastel shades

Natural materials will always be a popular choice for houses that are looking to embrace the spring time ethos but you can't only decorate with wood as it will get a little too much or look too monolithic. You can, however, partner it with some pretty pastels.

Natural wood and pale pastel shades will always be the best of friends and as spring décor trends go, this one is a timeless classic. Pale pinks, creams and baby blues are all magnificent with natural wood and really bring a shabby chic vibe to life.

Add lots of flowers

scandinavian Living room by homify
homify

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homify

When spring has sprung you will notice that the natural world is instantly in bloom with wonderful flowers bursting into life at every turn and your home doesn't need to be any different. While we always like fresh cut flowers, potted plants are also perfect in order to embrace spring décor trends.

Anything that awakens with the first few April showers is the perfect addition to a spring-aligned home so why not use this tip as an opportunity to hone your flower maintaining skills and green fingers? If you can't help something flourish in spring, you never will.

Use textiles that evoke images of nature

modern Bedroom by Taller Luis Esquinca
Taller Luis Esquinca

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Taller Luis Esquinca

Home textiles are a fantastic way to embrace spring décor trends as you have so many options to play with! Whatever you choose to freshen up though, make sure you use materials with natural motifs and light colour schemes.

Cushions, bed throws, bed linen, curtains and tablecloths are all great ways to put a little extra spring in your home's step and even though they are a simple change, they can have a genuinely huge impact on your interior décor. Try it and see!

For more seasonal tips, take a look at this Ideabook: The Spring Clean: Tips To Refresh Your Domestic Space. Cleaning might not be your idea of a good time but it's a necessary evil!

Do you love spring? Tell us how you plan to re-energise your home for another year!
Whitton Drive:  Terrace house by GK Architects Ltd

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