Spring is just around the corner. With it comes the hottest days and the desire to spend more time outside, in the garden, or on the balcony. But the truth is that the interior of the house can and should be decorated to reflect the arrival of the new season.
We leave you five simple tips to prepare your home for this beautiful time of the year:
Exchange textiles for other lower levels, which maintain the level of comfort at home, but which are more suitable for the new season. Try to choose textiles in shades of lighter colors or that evoke nature for an extra touch of spring. This is true for blankets, blankets, pillows, and even rugs.
Decorate with flowers
This is the season when you start and color the world with your colors. If you have a garden, use some of the flowers to decorate the interior of the house, placing a mixture of your favorites in a jar with water, to conserve more time. You can also buy flowers from a florist and record them to give your home more livable. As jars do not need to be decorated much, and you can even reuse glass jars to create a fully personalized jar.
Change home walls
This is a more “radical” way to bring spring home, a painting of the walls may be a good idea. The choice of cheerful colors, such as yellow, or play with pastel colors, which are also very suitable for the season. Green is also a very suitable color, used on prominent walls to reinforce the connection to the nature of a given room. If you don’t want to paint, you can choose a wallpaper that is appealing to you and that brings them the joy and vivacity of a spring home.
Whatever the season, indoor plants are never enough, but spring brings with it the desire to have even more plants indoors. If you don’t have a lot of experience with gardening, acquire species that are easy to care for. Cactus and succulents are a good option for beginners, but you don’t need to limit yourself to these plants. If you already have more experience, you can venture into species that need more care or specific conditions to survive.
Let the light in
After the cold, gray days of winter, the luminosity of spring is a blessing. So try to let natural light into your home as much as possible, using light curtains that let the sun’s rays in. After all, with the longer days, there is no need to use artificial light so much in our home. Whenever possible, the demand is also to have the windows open, to help air the house after the winter and thus renew the air.
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