Having spent the last 12 months at home, we're ready to have a change of scenery!
I'm sharing some simple things you can do with your interior, to give your home a refresh this Spring.
100% linen is more eco-friendly than cotton to produce, so for a laid back style that's kinder for the planet, upgrade your bedroom the easy way! A bit more of an investment spend, keep it plain and simple (it won't date).
Image credit: Secretlinenstore.com - Vintage Rose 100% linen
LIGHT UP YOUR HOME
Changing your side lamps, or adding a desk lamp is a really quick, and effective way to give you home a whole new feel! Lighting can be really dramatic in a space, and this one is super stylish too!
Image credit: coxandcox.co.uk - Deep sage and rounded brass desk lamp
Adding some fun to your tableware, is a way to make meal times that bit more special, and when those garden BBQ's come summer are in full swing, you'll have a table to talk about!
Image Credit: Sky McAlpine for Anthopologie.co.uk
EMBRACE THE NEUTRALS
We had 'banthebeige' and 'fiftyshadesofgrey' - now's the time to look to 'sandy' times ahead.
So if you're looking to give your home a freshen up, don't underestimate changing those grey shades to a warmer neutral. The new California collection in collaboration with Kelly Wearstler x Farrow and Ball - are shades which are sure to create a warm cosy home, with a fresh spring feel.
Image credit: Farrowandball.co.uk
Bringing the outside in, is the easiest way to give your home a fresh feel this spring! The huge trend of Pampas grass and dried flower arrangements, doesn't look to be going anywhere, so a stylish vase is fast becoming a staple.
Image credit: MUUTO from padlifestyle.com
All elements of interior design have the power to transform your spaces and create something wonderful. From flooring, lighting, bespoke furniture and expertly made soft furnishings not forgetting those all important finishing touches - we take pride in creating interiors that are unique and all about you.
Our ethos is to design spaces to inspire you, to be sympathetic to existing aspects of your homes architecture, so if you would like some expert advice with your spring refresh or renovation project
Here's what a recent client had to say:
Nicola is assisting me with my living room refurbishment. She responded very quickly to my initial enquiry, following up with a socially distanced home visit. we've had a few Zoom calls too. I would have no hesitation in recommending Nicola for any interior design project.