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Spring is finally here! We’re all definitely excited to get back to sundresses and Sunday brunch, but that’s not all there is to love about spring. During the spring the weather gets warmer, and we step away from the warm and cozy and into the cool and fresh – not only in our wardrobe but in our homes as well! You’ve heard of spring cleaning, but what about adding some new spring decor as well?
With so many things you can do with your spring home decor, it can be hard to choose what you would like to do. But today we are sharing our favorite spring decorating tips and tricks to make your spring decorating process as easy as possible. If you’re looking for spring decorating ideas in 2022, then look no further because we’ve got you covered!
Switch out framed photos
This is something we have been doing for years, and we love it. Every season we’ll switch out which photos are displayed on walls and in frames around the house depending on which season they were taken in. For example, photos of our families at Christmas go up in the winter, while photos of Fourth of July go up in the summer, etc. This is the perfect way to make sure that the photos you are displaying are cohesive and match the atmosphere. Even better, it’s the perfect way to subtly tie everything together.
Change up your candle scents
Like we mentioned above with the photo frames, one of the best ways to get your home ready for a new season is to make sure the atmosphere matches the season. And what better way to make your home atmosphere match your spring home decor than with spring scents? As we move away from winter and leave the cinnamon and apple scents behind, this is how you can introduce something more floral, fresh, or even aquatic. Perfect for Spring living room decor!
Here are some of our favorite spring candles:
- Yankee Candle Large Jar Pink Sands Candle
- Esselle Restore Greatful Candle
- Yankee Candle Large Jar Lavender Lemon Candle
- Poppy Flower, Fresh Grass, Wood 12oz Scented Candle
Add brighter colors
The winter months are all about the deep jewel tones, but as we get into spring, it’s all about the pastels. You can get your home ready for the new season by implementing some brighter or lighter colors into your spring decor with the spring color palette. Switch out your dark-colored throw pillows for some lighter ones, add some additional lighting fixtures to really lighten up space, and switch out any dark thick comforters/bedspreads for cooler and lighter-colored ones.
Even just these little changes can really make a big difference and really help liven up your space! For this, we absolutely recommend looking into the spring color palette to really liven up your home for the new season!
Nothing says spring quite like having some live plants or fresh flowers in your space. Even better, plants are huge right now. This trend is one we are here for. For this one, it’s really up to you which plants you put in your space or which you like depending on your own personal aesthetic. But trust us – when it comes to spring decor, nothing is better than live plants or fresh flowers. You’ll absolutely want to add this to your spring living room decor.
Everyone has their own unique style and aesthetic they use to decorate their home or space. This is part of the reason we love these tips and tricks: no matter what your sense of style, you can still apply them! These tricks are really just going to help your spring decor look as cohesive and put together as possible, and you are guaranteed to love the results!
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