8 Spring Decorating Trends to Make Your Interior Design Bloom

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Seasons are a splendid excuse for revamping, sprucing, and enhancing your interior design. Winter is turning a corner, so inviting new pieces and experimenting with fresh colors and lines is the thing to do. With buzzing anticipation, here are several spring decorating ideas that will make your space pop, blossom, and bloom.

1. Raw wood essentials

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by Decorilla designer, Corine M.

Wood is an essential material in creating comfort, warmth and organic beauty to a space. By keeping it raw, the tones, grooves and imperfections act as a work of art. Found in the form of a side table, wall art, or even spanning across the ceiling, this is definitely nature’s spring decorating idea.

2. Pastel accents

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Pantone never fails at offering key interior design help by announcing the color of the year. The 2016 unique combo of Rose Quartz and Serenity is no exception. Both gentle and airy, these hues offer an environment the tranquility so greatly desired in our fast paced, hectic lives.

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Whether as accent pillows, wall color or in rose gold metallics, these pastels add a softness that come with spring time.

3. Mindful sprucing

As the first season of the year, Spring inspires reflecting and goal making. Dive into some serious spring cleaning by purging of unnecessary books and knick-knacks. Decorilla designer, Ivonne T., suggests upcycling as a perfect spring decorating idea. Give an out dated console table new life with a fresh coat of paint.


For the crafty-hearted, consider one of Popsugar’s 221 DIY ideas for added pizazz.

4. Neutrals with pop


If pastels aren’t your thing, this spring decorating idea is one that’s tried and true. Neutrals do the trick of both opening a space and creating a canvas for accentuated pieces of decor.

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Color pop can be bold and vitalizing or subtle and moving. Either way, infusing a space with fun pillows, a dramatic abstract painting, or a single saturated accent chair can add new life to your interior design.

5. Textured pottery

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A popular trend seen in interior design is the use of textured ceramics or pottery as accent decor. In color or neutral, bowls and vases with tactile lines and patterns add a interesting dimension. West Elm’s beautifully subtle Art Pottery Vases and honeycomb Linework Vases are popular favorite spring decorating ideas.


6. Statement pendant

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Chandeliers have a way of ooh-ing and ahh-ing but this spring, make a statement with a funky, fab, beautiful pendant. Oversized or whimsical, these lighting fixtures become an instant focal point and design refresher. A professional designer can assist with the perfect selection and overall interior design help.

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7. Playful sheets 

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This year, we’re veering from plain white sheets towards more playful and colorful options. Natural motifs like birds and flowers are simple spring decorating ideas that bring the outside in. Bold shapes and patterns also add a gaiety to the bedroom design. Find a wide range of bed beauties like these at The Company Store.

8. Muted metallics


Gone are the winter days that beckon the use of shiny finishes to share light in spaces. Low shine accent decor is a great spring decorating idea that keeps metallics in the mix. Lamps and furniture that have antiqued or brushed metallic finishes offer a weathered, vintage look that is beautiful and subtle.

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Welcome this new season with these spring decorating ideas to freshen up your home decor. Ready for a more serious makeover? Reach out to a professional for interior design help.

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Written by Decorilla interior designer, Christine M.