Refresh Your Bedroom For Spring
|Image from Avenue Lifestyle|
With regards to interiors, to me spring time is all about de-cluttering, simplifying and brighting. I've been feeling so inspired by all the light and clean bedrooms I've been spotting in magazines and on Pinterest lately. I think it's time for a spring clean in the Straughan - Hacking household! I've collected my favourite images together and written up my tips to help refresh your bedroom for spring.
|All Images From my Interiors Pinterest Board|
Nothing says spring quite like flowers, the bouquets above are from Bloomon which is a pretty handy subscription floral service. If you don't want to commit long term just pop along to your local florist and pick up a bunch of seasonal blooms. I personally love house plants so I have collected quite a few plant babies over the years, they really help brighten up our flat.
If having real plants in your bedroom is too much responsibility for you maybe a botanical print is more your style? This house plant print by Hartland Brooklyn would be a great option if you're not so green fingered. Art in general is a great way to brighten up your space but opting for a floral design will really shout spring.
Ferm Living has a fresh blue triangular design which will inject a little zing to your bedroom without the use of bright colours.
And finally, possibly the easiest why to brighten and lighten up your bedroom for spring is to hang up a mirror. This round brass one from West Elm with also add a little warmth to the room. Dress the area around the mirror with a few scented candles, a bouquet of flowers and a pretty catch-all dish for a touch of springtime styling.
I hope I'm not alone when I say that at this time of year I am itching to have a big sort out and get organised! I have a huge urge to go through everything in the flat and get rid of anything we don't need. Simon and I did that last year and it felt amazing! The best shop to purchase storage and organisation items has to be Muji, I think a shopping trip is in order.
I watched a hugely inspiring film the other day called Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things on Netflix. Please, please watch it! I thought I knew quite a lot about minimalism already so I popped it on thinking that I wouldn't get much out of it, but boy was I wrong. Not only is the film about the minimalist movement but it also touches on the themes of happiness, freedom and fulfilment. It's the perfect thing to watch in the spring.
I hope you found these tips useful and enjoy refreshing your bedroom this spring!