How to refresh your home for Spring
Say hello to the longer sunny days, throw open your windows letting in the fresh Spring breeze, listen to the birds sing and see nature bloom - Spring has finally Sprung. It's the perfect time of year to refresh and declutter your home. We're here to give you some of our favourite tips on the best ways to freshen up your home.
1. The deep Spring clean
There is something about cleaning, sorting and decluttering your home that is just so therapeutic and leaves you feeling like you have your life put together. We suggest getting rid of anything that doesn't serve a purpose in your home any longer giving you more free space to enjoy, we also suggest organising your cupboards and wardrobes and lastly deep cleaning every crevice in your home with eco friendly cleaning products.
2. Filling your home with a fresh Spring scent
Who said candles had to be a Winter thing?! One of our favourite things to do in Spring is treat ourselves to a fresh scented Spring candle to fill the room with glorious fragrance as well as setting the scene for a peaceful ambience in your home. We have launched 3 new Spring scents, which are perfect for a little cleansing! I would also suggest Orangery and Basil - they were made for this time of year.
3. Bring the outdoors In
Throw open your windows and let the fresh breeze of Spring stream in, this really helps air our soft furnishings and refresh your rooms. Also bring in fresh flowers, they can really elevate a room there's so much you can do with your furniture, with plants and flowers they allow you to add pops of colour and different textures to your home.
4. Switch up your cushions & light furnishing
Changing the covers on your soft furnishings is a really easy way to change the atmosphere in a room and give it a softer spring-y feel.
5. Spring table scapes indoors and out
Table scaping is something we love to do, with Spring here we love to decorate our tables with beautiful fresh cut flowers, ceramic candle Pott's, stick candles, neutral tones, light fabrics and soft textures.