Spring home styling makes me feel like I need to start refreshing everything in my home, not drastically but little touches here and there, which is why I’m sharing with you a few things I like to do when it comes to spring home styling.
When it comes to styling your home for spring, baskets are my number one go to for stylish storage. I love the texture they bring into a home and they work well in most design styles. There are endless ways to use them and I’m sharing with you a few of my favs.
4 Easy Ways To Use Storage Baskets
Spring Home Style Step 1
Spring Home Style Step 2
Image source: Better Homes & Gardens
Linen Cupboard Storage
Not only do they look good, they are super functional. I like the little labels attached to these baskets it’s a nice touch and very useful.
Spring Home Style Step 3
Spring Home Style Step 4
image source Betterhomesandgardens
Open shelves & Bookcases
Displaying baskets in between other decorative items is an easy way to add neutral colour and texture to any scheme
Spring Home Style Tip
Speed Basket Cleaning!
I love using baskets for storage but a favourite of mine is to have one that I like to use for ‘speed cleaning’. Using a basket, go from room to room picking up items that don’t belong there. Everything from kids toys to odd socks basically anything that’s been left lying around ready to be returned to their rightful place 😉
My Spring Edit
It’s nice to add a few little touches that welcome spring into our homes. These Capri placemats and napkin rings Silver Starburst from Luxdeco will bring instant glamour to any table setting. I few well chosen cushions, I’ve used Beige Laure piped in gold, Saffron silk and Blush Pink Freya velvet piped 40 x 40cm they are all at really good price point also. And why not sip your coffee or tea in style with this beautiful set Loop blush and white teacup and saucer
There’s no denying adding a little life into your scheme is a great designer touch but it’s not always possible to have fresh flowers every week and the upkeep of looking after plants (unless of course you have green fingers). I don’t have that gift unfortunately which is why I love using these faux plants and although they may cost a bit more than high street, they really do look better and you will have them for a long time.
These are just a few of my favourites and a great place to start.
1. White orchid 38x38x65 £115
2. Succulent in white pot £25.99
3. White Orchid 52 x 38 x 38 cm £70.00
4. Dome cement base Sml £24.99 Lrg. £40.00
Add a Spring Wreath
Door wreaths are becoming very popular and set the tone for the season ahead. As a source of inspiration I find Pinterest to be the best. You can find mine HERE>> Or maybe you are super creative and will have a go at one yourself. Hobbycraft have a great how-to video HERE>>https://youtu.be/g9Ut70TqA4Y