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3 Decorating Tips to Create the Perfect Spring Home

May is full of blooming flowers and new beginnings which means it’s time to rethink your current decorating scheme. While darker colors and eclectic decor were the perfect choices for the winter, consider a new look more suited to the season. 

Whether it’s new paint colors or decorations, revamping your home’s interior will bring a breath of fresh air your home needs. Here are some tips to get you started:

Bring in Flowers 

The best part of spring is enjoying the beautiful outdoors. Why not bring some of that beauty into your home? Flowers like daffodils and tulips are the perfect addition to any space, especially with Mother’s Day around the corner. 

You can display your flowers in a variety of vases such as mason jars and milk glass pitchers that will add a touch of elegance to your space.

Switch Throw Pillows and Blankets

Consider swapping out your throw pillows for ones with pastel colors, floral themes, or refreshing blues. Put away the heavy blankets and replace them with linen drapes and throws that feel delicate and airy. 

You can even store your winter throws and blankets in stylish baskets that can be coordinated with the rest of your decor. Take a look at these blanket storage and basket design ideas from The Spruce. 

Apply a Fresh Coat of Paint

Spring is an ideal time to paint your home because of the low humidity levels which help paint dry quickly and seamlessly. Take advantage of the season to give your home a fresh new color palette that ties together all of your spring decor. 

Spring color palettes from Sherwin-Williams are designed to cheer up any room. When you’re ready to browse color swatches, keep in mind that the colors of 2023 are focused on natural warmth which can be incorporated into any spring color palette.

360° Painting is here to help you breathe new life into your spaces this spring. We can assist with finding a color that matches your decor selection perfectly. Call us today at 1-866-99-PAINT to get started.