Styling your home for spring is something that s lot of us do. I know I have – changed up the cushions in the living room, drooled over Pinterest home decor boards like they are chocolate filled tray bakes presented to me by Ryan Reynolds in a dubious state of undress and the such.
There are a few things that you can do though that really make a difference in any seasons, not just home styling for Spring.
Here are a few tips for the various rooms in your house and how to spruce them up a bit.
Candles are the flowers of the lazy person world, which means they suit me perfectly. I am a huge lover of scented candles and they are ideal for adding a new least of life for somewhere like the bathroom. Please don’t think, mothers of the world, that you will be lighting them any time to relax in the bath – no no, these are purely for show. I have a natural stone vibe going on in my bedroom so these shades of brown coffee scented candles are lovely for that room, it’s all about a complimentary colour!
Coffee table books instead of ornaments:
You don’t have to be a genius to work out that most ornaments are breakable and styling your home for spring with such breakables probably isn’t ideal. I really love books and I’ve recently squired a few that are designed for the coffee table. The idea is that you leave them out as part of your decor, styling your home in the same way a lifestyle shoot in a glorious magazine would. I love these books here, they are:
It’s not just that it adds a less breakable touch to the house, but it’s lovely for adding a touch of class too.
Vintage storage boxes
Edie is starting to get more and more bits and bobs in her room now, just little trinkets and things that I don’t think she is old enough to treat respectfully. With vintage style storage boxes I can add a little touch of pretty to her room storage. I love this cream storage box because it will go with anything and I think it’s ideal for shoving bits I want out of sight, whilst I can top it with her prettiest toys and ornaments she can’t break!
What are your go to style tips?