Think Spring.

With Spring around the corner, now is the time to bring new life to your home. Celebrate the new season with pops of color within your home.

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Here are some ideas to get you started.

Think citrus and earth colors. Add some throw pillows to your sofa in bright, citrus hues (think yellows and oranges), fill a vase or planter with green plants, buy a new throw for your sofa with a floral pattern or add a new piece of art to the wall in a brightly colored pattern or design.

Bring in natural fibers. Think wicker, rattan, jute and help…each inspired by nature.

Add a floral centerpiece. Bring in a little Spring with a bright green centerpiece like honeysuckle in your dining room or kitchen. Shop at a local floral store for a colorful centerpiece to give your eating and entertaining spaces some new life.

Paint a wall. If your walls are neutral shades considering adding an accent wall to brighten up your living space.

Change the curtains. Infuse your room with Spring’s natural light by removing darker curtains for a sheer curtain. Sheer panels come in not only white, but also with fun patterns and designs.

Think botanical. From floral framed prints and paintings on your walls, to floral patterned pillows and artwork, mimic Mother Nature with the use of floral designs in your decorating.

Decorate the front door. Place a colorful Spring wreath on your door with use of greens and warm colors to give an instant appeal.

Pin and go. When all else fails, surf through Pinterest and find inspiration by other pinners’ pins to decorate your home this Spring.

Happy Spring everyone!

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