We get it; now that the days are getting lighter and brighter, you want to come home to a living room which reflects the new season – and why wouldn’t you? Who wants to be greeted by deep, dark hues and brash prints when they return home from a day spent in the sun?
Instead, brighten up your living room with pastel shades and lightweight fabrics – like those you see in the photos below: Duck Egg Blue, Cinder Rose and Sudbury Yellow. All are linen and all are completely perfect for this time of year! But which one takes your fancy? That’s the question.
Here are just a few reasons why you should decorate for spring…
Change is Good
If you’re constantly eating out or heading to the pub for your weekly glass of wine, maybe it’s about much more than the fact you’d like to socialise with your pals. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that you can’t bear to look at the same four walls. The walls that are itching for a lick of paint. Or perhaps you’re just sick of the sight of your sofa – but our finance deals ensure you can replace your old couch easily, spreading the cost over the year.
It May Save You Money
Are you considering a house move, for a reason other than your home being too small? A furniture overhaul, or some new accessories or homeware could ensure you feel much happier in your space, therefore saving you money on estate agents fees!
It May Help You Sell Your Home
On the flip side, a bit of money spent on your living room could help you sell your home. Some neutral paint and a few pieces of gorgeous chesterfield furniture could be all it takes to add interest to your space – trust us.
A Burst of Colour Will Cheer You Up!
Bright, seasonal hues will put a spring in your step – quite literally! You’ll want to bound through the door at night if your living room is looking as lovely as this one, above. Well, why wouldn’t you?
Are you planning to decorate for spring? Let us know by commenting on this blog – and don’t forget to get in touch with our sales team if you’ve spotted anything you like on our site.
Until next time…