Get your house into top shape for the warmer months. The newness and freshness of spring are inspiring and can be just what we need to tackle our home’s biggest, most daunting to-dos. Look at your interior designing, siding, exterior window and door seals and any other part of your home’s exterior that could have been exposed to damage over the winter. Look at the seals around windows and doors. Even as the temperature gets more moderate, you don’t want to go months without spotting issues.
Windows Interior Designing
Sparkling windows can help you enjoy the spring season, both indoors and out. Let the sunshine in! After the winter weather, your windows probably need a little TLC. You can hire a professional, but if your home is single-story or you feel comfortable on a ladder, this is an easy one to tackle yourself. Grab a squeegee, a soft cloth and a bucket that’s equal parts hot water and white vinegar. Use the cloth dipped in that solution to gently wipe away grime, then squeegee your windows clean and sparkling.
In the living room, custom-colored lacquer should apply for a sleek and fresh surface. The large-scale art and interior designing feature a wide array of colors, giving the room a lot of flexibility and versatility. If you have similar artwork, an affordable spring update is to pull out a seasonal color from it and then swap in a corresponding throw pillow.
Add the colors of dusk and dawn to your home by combining warm pink and soft sky blue. Inspired by nature, the Pantone Color Institute named this combination “colors of the year”. Use them together or separately to inspire peace, balance and tranquility in your home.
Mint green is back and completely modern. Add this soothing pastel color to your home with decorative accessories, as a wall color or even on your kitchen cabinets. Pair it with white painted floors, marble accents and natural birch wood for a fresh modern look.