Spring has officially sprung!
Time to celebrate a change of season!
It’s springtime at Interiors Online so it’s time to brighten up our interiors to celebrate the change of season and welcome some warmer weather. This doesn’t mean you have to get rid of everything and start over again! There are many simple ways to brighten things up no matter your décor style.
Below we’ve put together some inspiration and top picks for creating spring in an Industrial Loft setting, Bohemian sanctuary, traditional heritage home, coastal retreat or inner-city retro apartment.
Drawing inspiration from raw and rustic natural settings, trends this season are moving towards softening the raw timber and industrial loft living area. The signature industrial style incorporates often strong angular shapes, metallic colours and an overall sense of working practicality. Though there are many ways to ease some colour with floral arrangements, a few curved edges and some linens to reduce the hardness of winter and loft design without losing the edgy feel.
Raw boho style is a chance to make things seven softer with twisted peonies, chrysanthemums, pastel colours and brighter prints. Gone are the days of formal interiors. Create a space to retreat that exudes your personal style. From this comes a new spin on the minimalistic trend of white on white and traditional. Use these as the basis and build your eclectic style over the top! Think dark, mossy greens lifted with neons to create an edgy and eclectic look and rose hues combined with bright accents of intense yellows and blues.
Traditional Floral Spring
Embrace the palettes of sand and sky from sandy beiges, seashore-inspired blues and cool grey stone. Focus on organic decor themes filled with natural materials and textures, weathered surfaces and a lot of light.
Show some flair with a retro chair! Bright colour trends can be reintroduced after winter best with a retro themed décor. High-summer brights in all types of geometric patterns, embracing loud neon accents can instantly freshen up a room.
For more inspiration, check out our Pinterest board.