3 tips on how to bring spring into your home

Written by

Jennifer Lind

Jennifer Lind

Jennifer is a Stockholm-based marketing & digital communication student that is currently performing her internship as a part-time content creator and PR responsible with JUNIPER.

Spring is just around the corner, and we want to lighten up our homes and bring some new freshness after a long winter season. Decorate your home with flowers, plants, and natural elements to give your home that fresh and soft spring feeling. Incorporate happy and uplifting colorful hues to your interior and read books that will set the perfect springtime mood. 

Here are some tips to help you get set up.

Liven things up with indoor plants

Bring an end to a lifeless interior and brighten up your home with beautiful greenery and fresh flowers to add color and texture to the overall decor. The beauty and scent of plants and flowers will bring spring into your home and make it lively and inviting. If you have an unfinished-looking space in your home, adding a plant can be the magic ingredient to make it aesthetically pleasing and more cohesive. It will add life to your home, bring a new sense of freshness to the decor and create a more welcoming and homey atmosphere. 

Change up your color palette

Adding a pop of color is such a fun way of adding personality and excitement to your home for spring. You don’t have to commit to painting a wall or painting your cabinets; you can easily introduce color to your house through beautiful accessories, bold patterns, and wall art. Cheer up your home by decorating with a color palette that is warm and muted: pastel-blue, pale pinks, and burnt orange is the perfect fit for a warm-weather refresh and an uplifting and airy atmosphere. The colors are pretty and a bit playful but still have the soothing tones of spring. 

Books about self-reflection and wellness practices 

One of the essential practices in life is self-reflection. Spring is an excellent time for meditation and discovering a more robust, happier, and more creative you. Get inspired, create opportunities to disconnect, and devote more time and energy to slow living. Invest in yourself and make this spring special by reading books that invite the world through mindful practices. Suppose you are looking for a beautifully illustrated lifestyle guide. In that case, the book At Home in Joshua Tree: A Field Guide to Desert Living is the perfect one for you. But if you are looking for something that you can devote yourself to daily and get inspired by poems that are simple but lyrical, then the book Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur is an excellent choice. 

Written by

Jennifer Lind

Jennifer Lind

Jennifer is a Stockholm-based marketing & digital communication student that is currently performing her internship as a part-time content creator and PR responsible with JUNIPER.