Spring is all about change and new beginnings, so take this time to experiment and try something new in your home. Panoramic Properties has some tips for great spring decor to try in your apartment.
The key to adding florals tastefully to your apartment is to not overdo it. If you go for floral curtains, keep everything else a solid colour, or at least the big furniture pieces. Pick a curtain that matches your colour palette — this way everything will blend in nicely. Make something a floral statement piece instead of making everything floral as you might end up with a very tacky look otherwise. You can get a floral rug or even a floral printed sofa — both of which will work well as a focal point in your living room. Another great idea, especially if you want to keep your costs low, is to get pillows with floral prints. It’s one of the easiest ways to brighten up your space and get it ready for summer!
It’s time to think pink — millennial pink that is! Even if you haven’t heard of it before, this new colour trend is not going away anytime soon. There are a few ways to describe it: dusty pink or beige with a blush tint or a light grapefruit pink. If you want to incorporate it into your home, the easiest way to do so is to add a few pillows and throws. The tone is very subtle and classy and looks great with white. Try a fluffy pink rug — it will look gorgeous in a bedroom or in a bathroom, or try adding some millennial pink wall art to a bedroom.
Do you feel like your apartment is missing something? It might be texture! If you’re in the mood for some Spring redecorating, add some fabrics and textiles to give your place a quick facelift. A great idea for mixing textures is to combine wood with metal or wood with faux fur. You can also try something like pairing a leather ottoman or a velvet chair with a wool throw. Not only will it be cozy but you’ll instantly bring your apartment to life.
If you love plants but aren’t exactly good at keeping them alive, then terrariums are for you. You can create your own garden in a glass jar, open or closed, or you can purchase one at most plant stores or online. They are a beautiful way to add some greenery to your apartment and they are also very low maintenance. Plus, you can grow almost anything in them — which is great if you want to get really creative.