Decorate for Spring

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Have you grown tired of the winter blues? Feel like you need to update your interiors into getting ready for spring? Why not? It won't cost you an arm and a leg to bring in summer like decor pieces to prepare your home for the next, warm season. 

Here are a few ways to transform your space into spring:

1. Declutter your space

Having clutter makes the space small yet crowed. If you can’t part with certain decor accessories or scatter cushions, pack them away as seasons change rather than keeping it all displayed at once.

2. Add some fabrics

Adding fabrics is an easy way to make seasonal changes, especially if you focus on the minimal this like scatter cushions, curtaining or bedding. If you have an old ottoman or a small arm chair that needs a make-over, have it reupholstered with fabric that will compliment spring. 

3. Change colours

There are several colours that represent spring well. Find your spring colour that will compliment your decor accessories and remove all the winter hues. It doesn’t matter if you painting your wall, adding accents or reupholstering a furniture piece, simply adjusting your colour palette that will create a big impact.

4. Small changes

One really doesn't need to have a big budget to revamp a living area. Make small changes by changing your wall art, rearrange the furniture in a new angle, change scatter pillows with more brighter colours, add a flower vase for texture and accents, chnage your bedding with something more lighter. The list is endless!

It won't take a lot of effort to create a totally new look unless you have plans to have a complete overhaul. Just ass a few simple touches to bring out the spring season.

For all your fabric, curtain or upholstery inquiries, please contact our store which stocks a wide range of the latest trends:

Constantia Fabrics: 021 761 9648 info@constantiafabrics.co.za

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