5 Ways to Refresh Your Home for Spring

Happy Spring (and almost April)! I think most of us are ready for the green grass, blooming trees and warmer weather that spring brings. We’re still waiting here in Illinois but I know that better weather is around the corner. In the meantime, I’m cleaning the house and getting it ready for spring and summer so I thought I’d share some easy and inexpensive ways to refresh your home after a long, dreary winter.

Add pops of color 

One of the quickest ways to change a room for spring is to add a few pops of color around your room with some inexpensive throw pillow covers. It’s easy to find inexpensive *feather inserts (affiliate link) that you can change with a different *pillow cover (affiliate link) whenever you want a new look. I find that it’s often cheaper than buying a whole new pillow and a cover takes up less storage space than a pillow.

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Lighten up your bedding

Wintertime means down comforters and duvet covers but come spring, I’m ready to shed the heavy blankets in favor of my crisp white sheets, lightweight covers and some throw pillows that remind me of spring. Changing out the bedding also gives me a chance to give my beds a good cleaning.

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Bring in some natural elements

Nothing says spring like a bouquet of tulips, a bunch of sunny daffodils or lemons in a bowl. Decorating with fresh flowers from the store or even some branches from a bush in your backyard instantly changes the look and feel of a room.

5 Ways to Refresh Your Home for Spring | chatfieldcourt.com

5 Ways to Refresh Your Home for Spring | chatfieldcourt.com

Change your front door wreath

If you’re like me you, may have kept your Christmas wreath hanging on your front door way (way) past the holidays. Spring is a great time to add a touch of happy color to your door to welcome guests. I made this lemon wreath for $15 and it was so easy.

5 Ways to Refresh Your Home for Spring | chatfieldcourt.com

5 Ways to Refresh Your Home for Spring | chatfieldcourt.com

Simplify 

You may have guessed that I’m not one for clutter but I really like to pare down my accessories and put away unnecessary things come spring, like my throws and a few pillows. In a couple of my rooms I even roll up my wool rugs and store them away until the next winter season.

5 Ways to Refresh Your Home for Spring | chatfieldcourt.comAnd as most of you know we are doing a kitchen reno right now and while my living room looked all pretty and ready for Spring in the pictures, this is what the other side of the room looked like…

5 Ways to Refresh Your Home for Spring | chatfieldcourt.comYeah…just keeping it real here. 😉 We won’t even discuss what the kitchen looks like. Because I’m sick of the mess from the reno, it really does help to put out a $3 bunch of daffodils or to have a bright green pillow cover on the couch. Now that the inside is ready, we need to see some green outside.

What about you? Any tips on how to get your house ready for spring?

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32 thoughts on “5 Ways to Refresh Your Home for Spring

  1. I love your crisp white bedding Kristi. I bought a white spread and shams at the end of summer last year but haven’t changed out the comforter yet. I have had company for the last two weeks and more has arrived this week so Spring cleaning has been postponed. Hopefully Spring weather will come to you soon but without tornadoes. Debbie

    • Thanks Debbie. I’ve tried colored bedding but I always love to use white, especially in the spring/summer.

      Hope you have a great week with your company and you’re able to enjoy the spring weather, without any tornadoes.
      K.

    • Thanks Amanda! Using flowers to pretty up a space is my favorite thing to do (even in the middle of a reno) and there are so many to choose from. 😉

      I appreciate you dropping in to visit.
      K.

  2. Love the bright pillows! And the tulips too! Boy, you are brave showing your reno mess! We’ve been through it many times and it’s the pits. Sometimes I wonder how i survived walls to the studs, fridge in the dining room and no sink! Hopefully now our renos will all be small, but you never know.

    • Thanks MJ. I wasn’t going to show my “mess” but it was kinda funny taking pictures of this clean, colorful space and 3 feet away is disaster.

      I’m grateful that we at least have a sink, dishwasher and stove all working. I’m not sure how well I would have dealt with that.

      Thanks much for dropping by. Have a great week.
      K.

  3. I love the idea of simplifying and putting unnecessary things away, like blankets/throws. And the pops of color are beautiful. Thanks for the great post.

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