Update Your Couch Pillows and Throw Blankets
Time to toss your neutral colored pillows and throw blankets. Nothing says spring like a vibrant yet color coordinated living room with spring-like prints. They’ll look great paired with fresh flowers on the end table or a colorful rug. Too much color can be overwhelming sometimes so make sure you color coordinate and stay away from prints too different from each other. Try light yellow, light blue and tan.
Use Flowers and Foliage
Flowers are the greatest spring decoration and will look great in any room you decorate it with, but another fun idea is leaves in vases. Anything from banana leaves to palm tree leaves. Foliage is a great and low-maintenance way to add a fresh look to your house If you frequently refresh the water and trim off the bottom of the stem, leaves can live for months!
Rearrange Your Furniture
Rearranging your floor plan and furniture is a perfect way to kick off the new season and make things feel new. Moving your couches and cleaning underneath them, replacing your rug, moving around plants and even trying the tv on a new wall can change the whole feel of the room. Also a great way to keep the house clean and keeping dirt and dust from building up under and behind the furniture for too long.
When most people think of getting ready for spring, they automatically think of spring cleaning. Nothing is better when it’s starting to warm up outside then coming home to a fresh, clean and uncluttered home. Grab a magic eraser and go to town on those walls and doors! Spend a weekend this month with the family going through each room and decluttering it.
Bring in New Scents
Swap those old winter candles for something fresh and breezy like a laundry scent or something citrusy. Your family will love the fresh smell and give it that perfect spring vibe throughout the house.
What Is Your Home Worth… Guaranteed?
Whether you’re staying or selling, knowing the value of your home can be very beneficial. You might be selling your home, refinancing, making improvements, or getting a line of credit, you should always be-in-the-know.