Spring Colour Trends For The Home!
So spring has arrived, even with the ever lingering April showers you can really tell the season has changed. Just take a look around, the tulips are in bloom, new growth is appearing and the trees are getting leafy. With the occasional sunburst appearing to beam new light into your home it can become strikingly obvious that now is the time to have a little spring makeover.
Let us give you the insight on the spring home décor colour trends, the ever popular fresh greens have been refreshed for 2014. Nothing can quite stand up to green when it comes to a new spring season, think grasses and leaves when it comes to patterns. With colour bright grass greens and zesty limes for kitchens and living areas, for the bedroom or bathroom mint is the choice.
Green may not be for everyone, so it may be time to think beach! Not quite the all inclusive type… think sun bleached wood, salt water splashed buildings and the weather-beaten signs. To introduce this trend into the home try weathered wooden panel effect prints, they are a great way to introduce this trend. Mix it with wall art and vintage signage to create a great beach look.
Leading on from from the beach, but staying with the beaming sunlight… we want to introduce you to spring whites. A trend to follow or a bold colour selection may not be for you but you may love the clean elegance of white. Introduce a mixture of silhouettes, shading, textures and finishes to create a simple yet interesting décor look. Play with light and mirrors to really brighten and reflect the light, wallpapers with added mica, gel/gloss and glitter can really come to life with the extra luminosity.
Don’t Feel Pressured…
We are not all trend led, so don’t read too much into what the home style magazines may say… You should strive to what suits you, after all you live there! The Home Flair Decor store has a huge selection of patterns and colours of wallpapers to choose from, use our handy Style Finder to help you find what you want, it can also show you coordinating soft furnishings and home accessories.