Replace the winter's mellow and dark colours with pastel, light shades and details. You can repaint furniture that allows this (for example your old kitchen chairs), replace the decorative pillows and curtains or even repaint. Try matching several different pastel colours to set the tone and tie the room together.
Bright, airy fabrics
The sun is finally back after a long winter and is now shining both longer and more often, something worth taking advantage of. Let the light into your home with thin, beautiful curtains. It gives the room a cozy impression without obstructing the daylight from entering. Which colour does not matter, but it is important to match the pastel tones, the important thing is that the fabric is sufficiently transparent.
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Invite the spring flowers
With the arrival of spring, flowers pop up and increase well-being not only outdoors but also indoors. Lift the spring greenery into the home with the help of pretty, lively bouquets; a sprawling arrangement sets the tone for the season. One tip is to mix cut flowers with lots of leaves and other greenery.
Decorate with mirrors
Windows are obviously the best when talking about light entry, but depending on how many windows you have, you may sometimes need to assist. A large mirror can make a bigger difference than you think by reflecting the light from your windows and creating lovely space that contributes to the spring mood.
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Walls, ceilings and interior details in bright shades help the spring sun reach all corners of the room. If you are not so fond of colours then white is a classic that always does the trick. Light gray also creates the same effect and is both trendy and clean. Here you may want to break off with colourful details to brighten up the space slightly.