At long, long last, winter has come to an end and spring is finally here! With the Easter bank holiday approaching, nows the perfect time to get creative and begin opening up your home to let spring in.
There are lots of lovely ways to add a touch of spring to your home (dont worry, were not going to suggest spring cleaning though if you do feel like having a spruce, check out our tips here), from fresh flowers to bright colours and light pastels, you can add instant-Spring to your home using just a few home accessories!
Pastels neednt be chintzy. Part of the Simply Ceramic range, the Vintage Rose and Olive Branch reed diffusers combine pastels with on-trend metallic and delicate nature-inspired patterns. You can inject a soft, springtime feel without fully redecorating, using pastel accessories around your home.
(L-R) Vintage Rose with Rose, Olive Branch with Jasmine & Tuberose, each £24.99 from The Simply Ceramic range.
Is there anything more evocative of springtime than the smell of fresh flowers? The sweet, familiar scent of bluebells is immediately reminiscent of taking a spring walk, whilst the scent of fresh bouquets of peonies emits a springtime airiness perfect for cleaning away the winter cobwebs!
Springtime is a happy time! Save the dark, warming shades for winter, its time to welcome in bright, cheery colours. This doesnt mean transforming your home into some kind of fun house, but keeping a vase of fresh flowers, bowls of fruit, or just bright bold accessories can make all the difference!
Add a burst of spring colour with the Purple Rain mosaic oil burner, £13.49.
While it may not be quite warm enough to start living in the garden yet, you can certainly bring the outdoors in. Wildlife motifs and floral décor are a classic but timeless way to let your home know that spring has sprung! The Two Little Birds ceramic reed diffuser makes nature centre stage with a bold illustration in monochrome.
(L-R) Dreamcatcher with Fresh Linen, Two Little Birds with Fresh Linen, both £24.99 from the Simply Ceramic range.
How do you like to get your home spring-ready?