How To Add A Bit of Spring In Your Home


  My living room in Spring. Patterned cushions from a selection at John Lewis and Tesco. Art deco side table by Zara Home. Gold pineapple by Rockett st George. Marble tea light holder by Conran for M&S. Cream jug by Aromaround. 

My living room in Spring. Patterned cushions from a selection at John Lewis and Tesco. Art deco side table by Zara Home. Gold pineapple by Rockett st George. Marble tea light holder by Conran for M&S. Cream jug by Aromaround. 

Spring is absolutely my favourite season. It's the sign that the miserable part of winter (all winter post xmas when there is nothing to look forward to) is over, and summer is well on it's way. Magnolia trees, cherry blossom, bluebells, daffodils, hyacinths, warmer temperatures, lighter evenings - spring is bloody amazing!

Because spring is so exciting, at this time of year I always want to reflect this season in my home. Bringing 'the outdoors indoors' is also a big interior trend for 2016.

For me, spring is all about blue skies and vibrant yellow tulips and daffodils. Therefore, to add a bit of spring in my home, I like to add small pops of blue and yellow in the furnishings (these colours look great with a grey backdrop). Bold prints of spring flowers work well, as do pretty pastel ceramics. See below for my top picks to add a bit of spring in your home this April:

Want a spring look on a budget? The simplest and one of the most effective ways way to add spring into your home is by filling a vase with a couple of bunches of daffodils (around 99p a bunch from supermarkets). The vibrant yellow really stands out and draws the eye to them as soon as you walk in the room!