5 Tips To Refresh Your Home For Spring Time
Written By: Realty Times Staff
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
It may still be snowing in some parts of the country, but spring is almost here. Before the flowers start budding outside, refresh the inside of your home to give your interior spaces that springtime glow.
Bring the outdoors inside
Adding fresh plants or flowers to an otherwise ho-hum space can spice things up in the blink of an eye. Even if you dont have a garden full of fresh flowers to choose from, greens make a lovely addition to your living room, or even an eye-catching centerpiece for your dining room table. Better Homes and Gardens suggests gathering a few fresh fern fronds for dramatic texture and rich color.
Dont be afraid to add color
One of the easiest ways to perk up your space is to invest in a gallon of paint, call in reinforcements to help you out, and go to town with brushes and rollers. If youre not incredibly adventurous when it comes to color choices but still want a pick-me-up, try going with a warmer, creamier version of the neutrals you already have; a creamy ba>
You could even paint an accent wall a bold, fun color and use that space to showcase some of your favorite art or family portraits for your own personal art gallery. ForRent.com suggests incorporating bright colors in a breakfast nook or one of the smaller spaces of your home or apartment. Its less of a risk than painting your entire kitchen or living room, but still packs a punch.
Reorganize your bookshelves
If youve got a fantastic library, now is a great time to take everything off the shelves, blow the dust off the covers, and reorganize. You might even consider artfully stacking books in different directions, some horizontal and some upright. Apartment Therapy reports some pretty impressive results simply by arranging books by color for a uniquely eye-catching display.
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Update window treatments
Spring is a great time to trade in your richly-textured drapes for lighter, breezier, more summery colors. If privacy isnt a huge issue in a space, try adding light, breezy sheer curtains on a thin, minimalist rod. Youll love how much the change automatically brightens your space. You might also consider substituting your ordinary blinds with Roman Shades. Theyre a >
Make your entryway welcoming
Upgrade or thoroughly clean your front-door mats and add a wreath to your front door. This could be a fun DIY project for the entire family. Make sure you have an efficient landing spot just inside your front door mdash; a place to drop keys and hang up a coat or jacket before coming inside. This is also a great place for a fun mirror and a flower arrangement. Your homes entryway often gives guests their very first impression of your home, so make it shine with your familys personality and a touch of >
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