BEGIN BY DOING SOME SPRING CLEANING.

Now is the perfect time to give your home a thorough spring cleaning the old-fashioned way! You can reclaim your home without having to decorate it by giving the walls a good washing, vacuuming the inside of the cupboards, and giving everything a thorough sort through.

Let’s begin in the areas with the most foot traffic. Let’s be honest: a dark, cluttered hallway that is piled high with coats, shoes, and bags has the potential to easily induce feelings of anxiety in us. When we get home from a long day at work, the last thing we want to see when we walk in the door is walls that are covered in scuff marks.

These spaces contribute to the flow of traffic throughout our home. If these are untidy, then there is a good chance that the sloppiness will spread to the rest of the house.

STYLE YOUR HOME WITH THINGS YOU ALREADY OWN

I hate to be the one to break it to you, but giving your home a new coat of paint isn’t the only way to make it look completely different. I’m done talking about it now! Your scheme will get a much-needed boost of colour from anything colourful that covers a large surface area in the room, such as a rug, a sofa throw, or a piece of art. In order to give each room in your house the much-needed update that it requires this Spring, you should move things around in your home.

Try switching out just one (or even two) of the cushions on your sofa to see the dramatic difference it makes in the appearance of the space. Perhaps you have some throw pillows stashed away in one of the guest bedrooms that you could use in the living room instead. Try it out and see how it goes. Why not try a new approach to styling your bookcase? There are so many creative selfie ideas on Pinterest that it will blow your mind.

Changing the look of your home requires more than just a few bold accent colours. It’s springtime, so I’m gravitating toward brighter hues and pastels. Subtle changes can be made by incorporating seasonal flowers, a beautiful summer dress hung on the back of a bedroom door, or a collection of ceramic vases displayed on a sideboard.

To reorganise my own home, I set aside one afternoon a week. I like to put on some tunes and then rearrange my home in a way that is both functional and visually appealing. Up until the wee hours of the morning, I’ve been rearranging my rugs, blankets, throws, throw cushions, art, and even the curtains until I feel content. One swift flip can do wonders for your living room’s aesthetic. Just take it from me, I’m an expert at this.

Repurpose Your Old Furniture

After you’ve finished organising your belongings and giving the house a good cleaning. At this point, you should begin taking on more challenging tasks. It’s like swapping out larger furniture like a bed or a sofa.

I’m not suggesting that you go out and buy something brand new. If you’re looking to replace something, how about your sofa? It’s better for the planet, and it may even be better for your wallet.

I’m currently in the midst of a living room makeover (to appear on here soon). Back then, I was using teal velvet covers that completely darkened the bedroom. My friend thought I got a new sofa when I got new covers made for it in peach linen, and since I couldn’t afford to have my armchair reupholstered, I draped a beautiful sheepskin over it instead. Feels like a new person, but you don’t have to paint anything. You should also focus on the interior of your home as well, for the best paint for interior always gets from professionals.

Summary

Spring cleaning is the perfect time to give your home a once-in-a-lifetime makeover. Here are three easy steps to redecorating your home this Spring. One swift flip can do wonders for your living room’s aesthetic. Try switching out just one (or even two) of the cushions on your sofa. Subtle changes can be made by incorporating seasonal flowers or a collection of ceramic vases into an already-decorated home.

If you’re looking to replace something, how about your sofa? It’s better for the planet, and it may even be better for your wallet. You should also focus on the interior of your home as well, for the best paint for interior always gets from professionals.