HOW TO INCORPORATE SPRING STYLE TRENDS IN YOUR HOME
Spring styling is a breath of fresh air after a cold and rainy winter and autumn. Lightweight fabric, bright colours and bold patterns are all the range, accompanied by natural fibres, intriguing textures and minimalistic boho influences. While your home style may not feel entirely seasonal, you can still incorporate elements from spring to liven up your space.
OUR GUIDE TO INCORPORATING SPRING TRENDS INTO YOUR HOME THIS YEAR
BRING ON THE BLUES
Beautiful blue tones are perfect for a spring inspired home furnishings colour palette. Various shades of blue always seem to make an appearance in every season’s trending colour palette, and it is no wonder why. Perfect in various tones and hues, blue is the perfect base colour to start with when styling your home for spring. We recommend that you incorporate rich blue tones on smaller pieces such as ornaments, vases, throws and cushions, and lighter blue tones on larger furniture pieces such as sofas, occasional chairs and carpets.
THE MINIMAL WAY
This is not the first season that minimalism has been a favourable aesthetic, and we are sure that it will not be the last. Minimalism is all about clean lines and simple styling. Creating a minimalistic inspired space is about more than just clean empty spaces, it is about having bright open space, with simple pops of colour and patterns within soft furnishings. Less is more when it comes to styling with bold colours and patterns in minimalistic trends. Try choose one or two colours you like and pick patterns that contain these colour palettes to style small items with to bring through the colour and texture in a simple, subtle way.
MAKING A STATEMENT WITH COLOUR
When it comes to spring trends, colour is always king. With more and more people opting for minimalistic styled designs in their home, adding statement pieces in bold colours. By adding a statement ornament in a bold colour, it creates a focal point in the room, and allows you to show your personality and style in a unique way. We recommend that you do not overwhelm the space by using too many colours.
ADD MORE NATURAL ELEMENTS
Spring is the perfect season to start incorporating more natural elements into your living space. Experiment by mixing textures of natural materials to create a look that perfectly completes the room. We recommend that you look at various different elements that feature different colours and textures to create a complex look that is still both cohesive and complimentary. Natural materials such as rattan, wicker and cane all work well together as they feature similar colour tones and finishes, and can be beautifully complemented by light pastel colours and neutral tones.
An accent wall is a wall within your interior space that is different from the other walls in the room. Any room in your house can be transformed into an accent room. Usually, these walls are used for aesthetics alone or sometimes to highlight or frame some decorative elements such as a painting.
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