With the first signs of spring visible, thoughts often turn to spring cleaning and updating our homes. Just a few small changes can make a difference, and needn’t be a major financial investment.
One of the simplest tricks if often the most effective: rearrange your furniture. Swap the sofa to another wall and give yourself a completely new perspective. You could even move things from one room to another. Just as you have Christmas decorations that only come out for a few weeks of the year, you could look to have a set of Spring accessories.
Having a good clear-up is a great way to start the year, and that marks a good opportunity to perform some basic maintenance and upkeep. A visual check of your property inside and out is a good place to start.
That could be things like painting window frames or bigger jobs like replacing double glazing. For double glazing Evesham based Firmfix can offer comprehensive advice and quotes.
3. Bring the outside inside
Another reason to consider investing in new windows is that that will allow you to take in your view, and let light flood your home. For double glazing Evesham has plenty of reputable suppliers, including Firmfix.
4. Dress your table
Make your table a worthy focal point by adding flowers or tablecloths to create a stunning centrepiece to the room. That might be bringing out the best china, or just using a simple vase to display some cut flowers.
5. Colour pops
One of the best things about spring is all the bright colours we see emerging out of the monochrome winter months, and that translates to our homes too. Think about where you could add a splash of colour, like some scatter cushions or some beautiful decorative crockery. It’s a great way to add personality to your space too.
Good Homes Magazine has some more ideas for how to get your home in order this spring.
Spend a little time planning before you start updating, so you know exactly what it is that you want to achieve. With the summer months approaching, you may want to be spending more time outside, so don’t forget your garden space when you plan, and then be sure to allow time to enjoy it all.