3 Easy & Affordable Tips To Spruce Up Your Home For Spring
While summer is just around the corner, we’re taking each moment to appreciate the beauty that is the spring season. The weather is temperate, bright flowers are blooming, and everything seems to buzz with energy. At Dot & Bo, we love seeing those traits reflected in our homes. Follow our three easy AND affordable tips and your home will feel as fresh as spring in no time!
1. Create Little Vignettes
You don’t need to buy a new dining table or paint your walls chartreuse to transition your home into spring. Instead, create little vignettes throughout your space. This will add pops of color to your designs without overwhelming the space.
For example, a set of vases can bring just the right amount of color to the space without taking over the room.
Even if you’re a minimalist, just one pop of color will instantly make your home feel fresh and energized.
Remember that these small designs don’t have to cost much. You can find great items at your local thrift or antique stores for very affordable prices. Dot & Bo also offers a selection of fun and interesting décor that will instantly brighten up your shelves.
2. Experiment with Removable Wallpaper
Nothing gives a room more “oomph” than a statement wall, but painting can be such a hassle! That’s why we’re obsessed with removable wallpaper. With a variety of styles and designs, these prints can transform your home into a tropical jungle, perfect for spring!
3. Swap Your Textiles
One of our favorite ways to spruce up a space is by swapping textiles. These smaller accents can be stored away when not in use and brought out whenever you feel like creating a new look. Whether you’re bringing in a colorful rug or statement throw pillow, these small designs can completely change the feel of a space.
Spring always calls for a style revamp, but that doesn’t mean you have to completely redo your space (or break the bank doing it). Instead, use these three easy tips to make small improvements that will have a huge impact on your home.
What are your tried-and-true ways of refreshing your home for spring?