5 Spring Interior Design Tips for your Home

Spring is upon us once again and there is no better time to give your property an interior design face-lift than spring-cleaning season. As the days grow longer and brighter, you may feel it is time to do away with your winter defences and make some changes to your home. If you are up for it and are looking to make the transition from the winter blues into a more bright and airy home; here are 5 spring interior design tips to inspire and get you started.

5 spring interior design ideas for your home

Refresh your wallpaper and paint

An easy way to make a change to your interior design is by refreshing the paint or wallpaper of your homes’ rooms. A fresh lick of paint or injecting some patterns or colour through the use of wallpaper is a great way to give your home a spring update. Non-expensive options such as standard paints and removable wallpaper mean that refreshing your homes’ wall should be both cheap, and easy.

Green and Eco-Friendly Decorating

Eco-friendly lifestyles are all the rage in recent years and what better way to show off your green credentials than to use your spring decoration to inject some environmentally friendly décor? This can take the form of only using toxic-free paints and household products, recycling and restoring old furniture, or buying pieces for your homes’ interior from eco-friendly stores.

5 spring interior design tips for your home

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Go Vintage

Another on-trend style is vintage interior décor. Whether you own buy to let properties or are just looking to refresh your family home, going vintage is a bold style statement which won’t disappoint. Everything from cabinets to light fixtures can be sourced from vintage furniture specialists to give your home more of a touch of nostalgic, romantic feel.

Get Creative

Getting creative involves a little bit of arts and crafts, and if you enjoy this some ideas include making simple artwork to hang on your walls, or making tabletop ornaments out of recycled materials. Even creating a living display out of old containers and filling it with soil, moss and plants can make a huge difference to your interiors. By tapping into your creative side you can refresh your home at very little cost.

5 spring interior design ideas

Give your Furniture a Facelift

Another spring interior design tip that won’t cost the earth is to give your homes’ furniture a facelift. Ideas include repainting picture frames and window sills, re-upholstering chairs, or giving table and countertops a fresh coat of lacquer or paint.

Whatever your situation, or your tastes and interests, there are literally thousands of ways you can prepare your interiors this spring. Hopefully the five tips above are enough to give you some inspiration to get started!

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12 Comments

  1. April 22, 2016 / 2:16 pm

    Your repainting picture frames tip is great, I’ll be doing that this weekend! Thanks and great decorating tips 🙂

    • August 2, 2016 / 11:47 am

      Spring is my favorite time of the year. Although it is quite a task to clean up the whole of the house and get rid of sentimental things that are lying around on my attic for years, I still look forward to spring and the opportunities for home decorating that it offers. One of the things that I really consider when cleaning and decorating during spring is taking advantage of the sunlight and the air. You can get more here for design looks for your homes this spring.

  2. Rachel
    April 22, 2016 / 8:37 pm

    Great tips.I really hope your readers take note of your first point and buy a lovely upcycled vintage lamp from Gosh! & Absolutely 😉

  3. April 25, 2016 / 2:32 pm

    Thanks for these tips. Do you think that we can use rattan furniture to emphasize the spring design?

  4. August 14, 2016 / 8:50 pm

    I’ve gone for a vintage feel lately with some black and white art and tapestries. Really helps to chill me out.

  5. September 1, 2016 / 1:19 am

    I like that you added the environmentally friendly aspect of interior design. People don’t realize how much their carbon footprint matters these days and I appreciate that as an interior designer myself.

  6. Elina Smith
    September 5, 2016 / 1:05 pm

    Very nice . This blog is very useful for me to renovate my house with very nice decoration and color.. I really appreciate for your knowledge. Keep it up.

  7. September 9, 2016 / 1:05 am

    Definitely a big fan of combining the getting creative and eco-friendly design inspirations. We’ve had some success upcycling old damaged books that would have otherwise been thrown out and turned them into pots for plants!

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