Every year, I spend the Christmas holidays decluttering. Do you do that too? It’s my way of announcing a fresh start.
Once I finish, I get that urge to redecorate, to create a new look in my home.
Maybe it’s just my desire to say goodbye to Winter and hello to Spring.
I have decided on 3 colourful interiors trends for a home makeover, with 3 mood boards.
For the envisaged change, I have used the blue and grey Multiyork sofas.
My first mood board is all about the mixing of modern clean lines with period features in a home. Imagine the above as an open plan living space. Do you like it?
I’ve picked my favourite light aqua shade (think Tiffany&Co), mixed with bubblegum pinks set against a neutral backdrop.
I’ve chosen the Atlas sofa in Rose Aqua. Its upright posture,contoured silhouette and tufted back makes it the perfect fit for a combined period with modern look.
( Image source: Blue Kitchen from Tvis via Lamu Slenis / Pink books by Calhoun book store / White panelling and Caravaggio lamp image from Skandium )
My second mood board is all about colour blocking.
After all, mixing and mismatching colours are big this season.
I think when colour blocking a room, it’s best to keep the larger pieces of furniture in a neutral tone. The bright accent colours can come from the decorative accessories, soft furnishings or smaller pieces of furniture, such as that red swivel chair in the photo above.
I’ve chosen this sumptuous grey blue Dunwich sofa, in Athena Sky fabric. It’s the perfect greyish neutral tone, against which brights will pop.
Other ways of introducing blocks of colour, could include painting a corner wall or adding wall art.
( Image source: Bedroom via SF Girl by bay home of Anne Sofie/ Colour block room from Est magazine photo by Derek Swalwell). Last but not least, if you fancy starting the new year in a Zen like state, how about this look?
Bring the look of nature indoors to create that organic feel. Try fresh green succulents grouped in ceramic pots on a tray, or pebble brown blankets made of cotton and linen.
I like the shade of blue to create calm. In my mood board above, blue runs through the decor. From the striped tray holding the potted cacti, to the blue stripe across the pillow on the bed and the Cameron Nordic fabric of the Abbington sofa.
Hope you have enjoyed this post. Has it spurred you on to think about redecorating for Spring?
Have a lovely, happy week.
(Collages and mood boards have been created by Little Big Bell,images credited as above and the images of sofas are from Multiyork. This is a collaboration with Multiyork. All opinions are my own.)