Spring is the time to show your home a little TLC after a long winter. Out with the old and in with the new, now is the time to get those home improvements done you’ve been putting off for months. Whether you are looking to completely redo a room or simply add your own personal touch to your home, we’ve put together a list of the top 3 interior trends this spring to give you a little inspiration and motivation to put the finishing touches to your home.

  1. Accessories

Add a touch of colour to your home this spring by accessorising your home. If you are not looking to completely redecorate then this is the ideal opportunity to spruce up your home without spending much money. Simply adding a bouquet of spring flowers can make all the difference and are scientifically proven to improve your mood as well as clean the air in the room. Spring is associated with bright colours. Cheer up your home with a brighter set of cushions or add a patterned throw dull looking furniture.

  1. Add a Touch of Light

Natural light is the number one thing people look for when buying a new home according to a recent study and spring is the time to fully embrace natural light with longer days and better weather. Unfortunately, it’s not always possible to fully light our homes with natural light. If that is the case for you then adding a lamp to your living room or extra lights to your kitchen will make all the difference and will instantly change the atmosphere of your room.

  1. Upgrade Your Heating System

After a long winter it is not uncommon for heating systems to slow and become worn out. Spring is the perfect time to upgrade an outdated heating system especially as this is when most heating suppliers have discounts on their products. Vertical radiators are the latest design trend in the radiator world and are a great way to add a quirky touch to your home as well as save energy. As well as getting new radiators for your home, be sure to check your boiler as this is where the majority of energy will be escaping from. A plumber or heating engineer will be able to help you with that as well as check your pipes for any damage.

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