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10 Easy Ways to Welcome Spring into your Home

By , On , In Decorating, Home Decor, Renovations, Spring, Spring Cleaning

There is something about Spring that calls for new beginnings and a refresh. After months of winter, who isn’t ready to spruce up their home and embrace the sun and energy that comes with the new season. That being said, we are sharing 10 super easy and affordable updates you can make to your home in one weekend or less!

Add Pops of Bright Colours

Just like how dark, neutral colours feels so right in the winter months… Hygge anyone? Bright colours match the energy of spring, a time of rebirth and renewal. If colour intimidates you, do not worry, a little colour can go a long way! Add pops of bold pastels or bright neon’s to bring Spring indoors.

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Decorate with Greenery and Fresh Flowers

This is one of the easiest ways to add instant spring vibes to your space, plus it can be done in every room. From stunning floral centerpieces to nightstand friendly bud vases, there is no place in your home that couldn’t use a touch of greenery or flowers. Before you buy house plants, ensure you have the right lighting, so they survive until next spring. If you live in a basement suite or apartment with poor natural lighting, check out Modern Sprout’s Grow Frames. They are designed to mimic the sun to provide full nourishment to plants while complimenting your home’s style, not disrupting it!

Swap Out Textiles

From your heavy chunky knit throws to your faux fur accent pillows and even your window coverings, it is time to swap them out for lighter fabrics like cotton or linen. This update can be done in a matter of minutes and will make your space feel brand new again.

Change the Scent by Swapping Out Candles

It is time to say good-bye to the pumpkin spice and gingerbread scented candles, but only for now! Change those candles out for ones that are more spring-friendly. Go for the floral or citrus scents to liven up any room in your house.

Reduce the Clutter with Baskets

Baskets are a hot décor item right now so jump on the train and store your knick-knacks, extra throw pillows or toys in storage bins or baskets that double as stylish design pieces. A woven basket is the perfect accessory for any room.

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Swap Your Art

While updating your entire gallery wall may be out of reach, you can still swap out and update a few pieces of art throughout your home. It is a great and easy way to make your room feel fresh and updated.

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Change Up Your Tableware

Another easy change you can do to make a big impact is swap out your darker tableware for lighter or more colourful dishes. This is especially true if you love to set your table and create beautiful tablescapes. Keep two sets that you can easily change over with the seasons.

Update Your Hardware

Have a dated and tired Ikea type dresser that desperately needs some TLC? Simply change the handles or drawer pulls for an easy and instant update. It will instantly make it your own and unique to you. Also, if a full kitchen or bathroom renovation is out of the question, consider updating your hardware with something more modern. It is a great place to start as it is relatively inexpensive and will update the entire look.

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Upgrade Your Lighting

Lighting fixtures have come a long way in recent years, depending on the look you are going for, they are seen now as more of a statement and key to a beautiful and cohesive interior design. This season is a great time to swap out those old ceiling lights from 1995. There are so many new and modern lighting fixtures available these days, there is one for every style and design!

Replace Your Doormat

I don’t know about you, but after winter took its toll on my front porch, my doormat has seen some better days and I am ready for a new one. With all the cute and modern doormats available, I am not complaining! Swap out your doormat for a happy, modern one to put a smile on your face ever time you come home. For added curb appeal, throw up a new spring wreath on your front door and pot some plants.

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