Spring Inspired Interior Design Ideas
How to Refresh Your Interiors this Spring
There’s something about springtime that makes us feel brighter and energised - we have the longer days and good weather to look forward to. There are beautiful blooms popping up all over and our gardens come to life again. But what about inside our homes?
It’s the time of year where many of us look around our spaces and think ‘it may be time for a change.’ The concept of a spring clean or clear out isn’t new but the upcoming season is also a fantastic time to refresh your interiors; a fresh lick of paint on the walls, an injection of new colour, small finishing touches and more. So, we’ve pulled together our favourite ideas to add a little spring inspiration to your interiors this season.
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One of the most straightforward ways to change up your home for a new season is with a new coat of paint. We love the idea of choosing one colour and painting one wall, to make it really stand out. If you’re finding it hard to pick a colour you like, grab some sample pots, paint pieces of card and then stick them to the wall. Doing this will allow you to see the colours throughout the day and in different lights. Move the pieces of card around the room to help you to decide which wall you’d like to paint. If you don’t want to commit to a whole wall, why not paint the interior doors or alcoves, if you have them in your rooms.
An Easy Spring Update - The Iconic Feature Wall
Why stop at painting? We’re big fans of feature walls because they’re low effort but high impact and most importantly, fun to design. Use a mix of your own photographs along with patterns and prints to create a look that’s personal to your home.
A real show-stopping piece is our hexxas wall art - the unusual shapes are unique and a break from the usual rectangular and square wall art that you’d usually see. Use this piece to show off your favourite holiday or family snaps on high quality dense foam board that can be easily rearranged.
Wall art is also a fantastic way to show off your taste, acknowledge a trend or display your favourite photos in a unique fashion. Our Photo Posters With Wooden Hangers are great for minimalist spaces - they look especially good in the home office or as part of a gallery wall in your lounge. The handy magnetic system makes it easy to display too.
Our Framed Photo Prints will help you to create a high end gallery wall effect in your home too. Show off your favourite photos in high quality. Why not display them alongside inspirational quotes? Choose from a variety of frames including wooden and metal that will match your interiors effortlessly.
Another quick way to add a personal touch in your home is to dot photos around. Make your pictures into Fine Art Matte Photo Prints. Choose from three sizes of high-quality paper and use the photos to fill empty spaces on sideboards - or just display on your fridge!
Small Interior Swaps to Make in Your Home this Spring
If it’s been a very long time since you’ve updated your home, we love the idea of swapping out hardware around the house. What do we mean? Door handles and drawer pulls that may look a little tired can be swapped for something brighter or even just painted and recoated. It really is the finishing touches that make a big difference.
Once you’ve changed the hardware, why not consider swapping out some of the soft furnishings around your home? Cushions and throws are a great way to implement changes in your living spaces, as you can easily add a trendy colour or pattern without massive commitment. Why not choose one or two colours to use as a motif throughout your home and then buy accessories that match to create a theme from room to room?
Refresh Your Spring Interiors
The CEWE Creator Software makes printing your photos and turning them into beautiful art super easy. You can design online or download the software to your device and save your progress as you go along. How will you hit refresh on your spring interiors? It’s time to get creative!