Decorating Ideas for Spring

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With the change in seasons from winter into spring, it might be time to start mixing up your apartment decor a bit. Get creative and inspired by considering these bright, fresh ideas for revamping the look and feel of your interior space.

Use lighter colors and fabrics

During winter, it's great to use cozy fabrics made of heavier materials, and it makes sense to use darker, richer colors. But as spring arrives, try switching to lighter colors, such as pastels in blue, pink, yellow, peach and green tones. White, beige, tan and cream colors are also nice for the season. Light is the way to go with fabrics, too, so choose ones like gauzy cottons and linens.

Add airy curtains

In keeping with the theme of lightening things up, try adding some airy curtains in your living room, dining room or bedroom. They will be beautiful as the sunshine streams through and soft springtime breezes cause the fabric to gently move.

Rearrange furniture

The change in seasons is the perfect time to think about moving your furniture and accessories around. Perhaps put your sofa and other seating areas at a different angle, or place a dining table near a sunny window.

Consider lighter materials

Certain materials in furniture just seem to say, loud and clear, that warmer weather has arrived. So try adding some pieces made of wicker, light woods or metal.

Have fun getting ready for spring and summer by switching up your decor. Oftentimes, simply making these changes can really invigorate your apartment's design. Keep in mind that you do not have to spend much money at all to greatly enhance your decor.

If you are ready for a change of scenery this spring and a new apartment to decorate for the season, consider our comfortable Flagstaff apartments. Feel free to call our office today to see which floor plans are still available.

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