Top Ways to Refresh Your Home this Spring

The best thing about time flying by is that you sometimes have things to look forward to, and there isn’t a person on this planet that doesn’t feel a surge of excitement when they realize that spring is right around the corner. Your home during the winter is closed up and the general decor reflects that, this is why it’s so exciting to prep your interior for spring. This is why we’re going to give you some great ideas that will help you refresh your home this spring.

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Spring Cleaning

The first thing you need to start doing is declutter your home. This is the perfect opportunity because you’re going to start putting away your winter clothes anyway, so might as well aim to get rid of or give away items rather than storing them unnecessarily. Alternatively, if you find that you still have a lot of things that need to be put away, it’s time for you to look into innovative and smart storage ideas that will help keep the clutter out of sight and still not take up any extra space in your home, or look out of place. 

Change the Color Scheme

Winter is all about doom and gloom, and you try your best to keep your home warm, cozy and practical. Now that spring is around the corner, it’s time to take it up a notch and introduce bright colors into the mix. If you don’t want to make a drastic change but still want it to be noticeable, thing about changing things like pillow covers, throws, or even the decor. You can even change the welcome mat at the front of your door to welcome spring as you welcome people into your home. The options found at Ultimate Mats give you a look at different ideas you can consider. You can even get a custom made mat if you have a certain idea that you’d like to stick to. Put away centerpieces or even artwork and get new things out so that you can completely transform the appearance of each room by sticking to a new color scheme.

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Consider a Fresh Coat of Paint

Nothing says hello to spring like a fresh coat of paint. If you really want to transform the appearance of any room in your home or even the exterior, then it’s time for a new coat of paint. You can either stick to the same colors you already have, or you can have a bit of fun and try to change things up a bit. Do a bit of research and look into unconventional color combinations and see if there are some that you can experiment with that will also go with your existing setup. Look into any worn furniture and give them a new coat of paint as well, and you can also think about repainting the cupboards in the kitchen and the bathroom.

Change the Curtains

Now that you’re going to start opening up to let the spring breeze in, it only makes sense to think about getting your curtains changed. Put away the heavy dark curtains and put in sheer drapes to give the rooms an ethereal feel. You can also change the curtains themselves and look into getting flowery patterned fabrics with light colors. You’ll find that along with the color of the walls, the curtains can totally transform the room, not only with the colors, but also because of the amount of natural light they let in. 

Indoor Plants & Flowers

Bring a touch of nature to your interior by adding a few plants and flowers around the house. Make it a point to bring in fresh flowers every other day. Do a bit of research to find out more about the different kinds of indoor plants that are easy to care for and get the family involved in the process of caring for them. The easiest to care for are succulents, and these are great for the bathroom, kitchen and the kid’s rooms. 

Now that you have a few great ideas, you can start to get ready for spring. By adding color, light, and an overall change to the whole house, you’ll be able to bring the mood of spring indoors long before it comes. This will uplift everyone’s mood around the house, and motivate everyone to get involved in the process of spring cleaning as well. You can even thing about getting into a few DIY projects by creating your own artwork or giving a fresh, new look to your furniture.

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