It’s almost time we bid adieu to dark pantone hues we all have been sticking to for months now. With pleasant chilly nights still dotting the season, Fall/Winter 2017 has flown by quick and those blooms in the garden are quite an alarm to declutter the winter home. Below I’ve listed some pro tips that I’m currently following to make changes for the season and make my space as welcoming and refreshing as always. Hope they help you too!
Pro Tip No.1: Bring The Outdoors Indoors
Outdoors when brought indoors impart freshness and positive ambience to interior spaces. You can choose to keep a whole plant inside in the living room, next to the bed in the bedroom or simply create some vignettes with flowers, terrariums or something even as tiny and basic as a leaf. Display flowers and leaves on dining, coffee and side tables for an extra pinch of spring and summer vibes. You can even swap by brining in some nature inspired accessories.
Pro Tip No. 2: Let It Be A Colour Riot
Make colours your best friends for the whole season, while it is extremely important to stick to a definite colour palette while doing up your spring home. Doing too much would only deviate focus from one point, resulting in a clash of hues. Mix prints and textures to create that understated look. Choosing bright colours enlivens any dull corner, so definitely inculcate that. Get beautiful colours in your serve ware, dinner ware, accessories boxes, cushions, bed and bath linen that go along well with each other.
Pro Tip No.3: Pull & Deck Up Them Windows
It is time to pull up the blinds and allow some natural light to come in. Along with this, arrange fresh/faux flowers by the windows. Hanging flower baskets, arranging flowers in used and recycled glass bottles can lit up any area that has been dull during the fall/winter.
Pro Tip No.4: Let Walls Do All The Talking
Like I mentioned earlier, colours play a vital role in creating an impression and the first impact is always shown upon by the walls in any room. So basically, the colour and texture of your walls have to be one- in sync with each other and two- pleasing to the eyes. For spring, add colours to the muted winter walls in the form of wallpapers, wall decals or texture paints. Not always do they have to be floral, you can even choose patterns like colour block, water paint effect etc. Basically, anything that makes sense and follows basic design aesthete.
Pro Tip No.5: Introduce New & Fruity Scents For A Positive Ambience
If a room looks good, cherry on the cake is- its Aroma. It is no new mantra that candles and diffusers impart an aroma and vibe that it is irreplaceable. So for spring, ditch your strong and earthy fragrances and stick to sweet and fruity scents for a refreshing coffee evening or a Sunday meant to rejuvenate at home. These nature inspired scents are now all over the home stores, so grab some at the earliest.
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