Summer is knocking on the door. It is time to open up the windows and let the sunlight stream in, sweeping the gloom out of your home and your lives.
Here are some tips you can follow to make the most out of your spring cleaning obligation.
Bring In The Plants & The Flowers
There’s no better way to freshen up your home than by using flowers and plants. Choose flowers (either natural or high-quality artificial ones) that’ll go with your drapes or your sofa cushions, and then pick from our extensive vase collections to display them!
Bring In Some Art
Hanging new art on your walls is a sure shot way of enhancing the beauty of your home, especially if it has bright colors and a happy theme. You could also add a positive vibe to your home with the help of sculptures and accent pieces. We offer lots of choices in both the departments, so you have plenty to choose from.
Paint New Stripes
Instead of changing the color of the entire wall, paint just one single horizontal or vertical line running along the well. For minimal fuss, go with a color that’s one or two shades brighter than the original wall color. This lends a bright and ultra-modern look to your interiors.
Go All White
Take to white (or the lightest shades you fancy) on curtains, bedsheets and cushion covers. White reflects light the most; and has the ability to magnify whatever light comes into your room, making it look brighter and more open
Upgrade Your Kitchen Set
Spring/Summer is the time of High Teas and kitty parties. So this spring, along with all the other clutter, throw out your old and rusty tea sets as well. It’s time to get some new, bright, and shiny sets that’ll be the stars of all your high teas.
Read our guide to throwing hassle free high teas [insert the published link here].
Remember: Your home’s positive vibes depend not on one big, costly gesture, but on many small ones. So let your creative juices flow and come up with ideas that can add a little more charm to your home. And don’t forget to share them with us as well!!
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