Spring is right around the corner, which means it’s time to ditch dark and heavy winter home décor and liven your space with some fresh and bright spring pieces. I love the lightness of springtime and have seen several home décor trends that are sure to bring the beautiful, blooming season into the comfort of your home. Here are a few of my suggestions and favorite resources to help you transition your space into spring:
- Bold Accents—Colorful décor is a fun choice for springtime and easy to execute for even novice decorators. Create an accent wall with some bright and bold wallpaper or paintings like these from local artist Marquin Designs.
- Soft Florals– Prefer to bring in spring with floral décor? Then look no further than local interior designer Whitney McGregor, who has mastered the art of pairing old classics like florals in a modern way.
- Leafy Greens—Bring the beautiful outdoors inside with some potted plants. Foliage is a great way to freshen up your home with the changing seasons. Green also happens to be Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year, so make a big statement with a potted fiddle leaf fig tree or a subdued nod to springtime whimsy with hanging succulent terrariums. One of my favorite local resources is Pretty Pots.
- Pretty Pottery––Looking for the perfect bowl to display Easter eggs or other seasonal décor or food? Check out one of my go-to local resources for handmade pottery, Stone Lotus Pottery, a mother and daughter team who make the most gorgeous robin’s egg blue pieces – perfect for spring!
I hope these suggestions and local resources help prepare your home for the lighter and brighter season ahead of us. Visit my Instagram account and enter to win a $200 Pretty Pots gift card to help you get started!
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