With spring just around the corner now is the perfect time to give yourself a fresh interior challenge and give your living space a vibrant overhaul.
This season is about getting adventurous with rich, bold hues and dramatic patterns mixed with unique, colourful furniture and eye-catching accessories. Whether it’s fringing, pom poms or stripes – mixing vicarious colours and unique textures has never been more on trend. It’s time to give your home that dark, sexy colour splash it’s been waiting for.
Melanie from Melanie Lissack Interior is doing just this by fully embracing the maximalist trend in her home with a ‘more is more’ approach. Her bold Farrow and Ball wallpaper, personalised luxury bed linen and statement cushions are a perfect choice for any bedroom revamp. I’m still heavily lusting after her burnt orange Chesterfield sofa in her last bedroom makeover… cast your eyes on this beauty.
Fiona from Around The Houses has some great ideas for boosting your mind and interior space just in time for spring. Her stylish tips are simple, affordable and something we can all do pretty instantly whether you’re DYI savvy or not. From pimping up your drinks trolley to buying an army of cheap and cheerful houseplants, there’s no time like the present to kit your house out for sunny days ahead.
It’s safe to say Amy’s home from This Style Rocks will not only rock your socks off but leave you desperately wanting to take a bank loan and replicate all her interior ideas, immediately. Bold, beautiful, vibrant and daring… Amy’s lavish and flamboyant style is next level. Choosing one of my favourite Cole & Son palm jungle wallpapers to have in her kitchen, makes me smile every time I see it. It’s also the perfect backdrop for her stunning racing green Aga.
If the raucous and daring interior trend isn’t your cup of tea Emma from Amble and Ash shows exactly how wonderful and perfect a calm, beautiful, minimalist house can be. I love Emma’s rustic, country style and really enjoy having a nosey around her stunning home in her room tour posts, particularly her striking children’s bedrooms.
Thanks for reading,