Four Tips to Get Your Interior Designs Spring Ready

Spring has finally arrived throughout the Estes Park region, giving us all ample opportunity to enjoy the warmer weather, longer days, and general merriment that most of us feel as we bid farewell to winter for the next several months. The new season also starts to stir some of our creative juices as well.

For many of us here in Colorado, now is the perfect time to reimagine our interior designs. Throughout the winter months, many Estes Park interior designs for homes tend to convey the vibe of the season with lots of evergreen accents, rich tones, and faux fur textiles – which is great when we are hunkered down during the region’s snowy days. However, once the weather warms up, many of us want to refresh our decors to reflect all things spring. Here are four tips to get your Northern Colorado interior design updated for the spring season.

Get Organized

Let’s face it – the start of spring is often all about cleaning, organizing, and decluttering. Not only does a good spring cleaning eliminate all the telltale winter mud, dirt, and grime from all of your interior crevices but it also can help clear the way for the new pieces and accents you want to introduce into your spaces. Once you’ve wiped down the counters, dusted, swept, and washed the windows, you can begin grand-scale purging efforts. Start in your closets, donating anything that you won’t use or wear. Work beyond your storage spaces and consider any furnishings that can also be given away as well. Old area rugs, drapes, furniture and other items that may make the room seem dated should all be taken out of the room to make space for pieces that will refresh the interiors.

Consider Color Trends

Once you’ve had a chance to reorganize, you can officially focus on revitalizing your spring interiors. Start with your color palette. This year’s on-trend colors include various shades of yellows, pinks, and blues. Often referred to as “gelato” tones, these hues can be used individually, or in combination with each other in virtually any living space to make it feel brighter and more in line with the season’s warmer temperatures. Entryways, bathrooms, bedrooms, and even playrooms instantly feel a little more whimsical with these colors. Not sure that you can commit to a full repaint in your room? Not a problem. Start small. Incorporate a few smaller accents or paint just a single wall to start redefining your color scheme in the space.

Include Foliage

Yes, spring is when we all start getting our outdoor beds and gardens in order. However, it’s also the right time to start including plants and foliage inside our house as well. Find some eye-catching pots and woven baskets at your local home furniture or home improvement store to use throughout your home interiors for a wide range of plants. Include them in any living space (even the bathroom) that you’d like to bring a glimpse of nature inside your home. You could also create an indoor herb garden to place in your kitchen for an accent that’s both beautiful and flavorful. Best of all, not only do plants add a visual appeal, but they can also offer a wide range of health benefits as well.

Change Out Accents

Many Estes Park residents are surprised to learn just how much of a difference new accents can make in a space. Once spring has arrived, you can remove all the buffalo plaid and faux fur pieces you’ve systematically strewn throughout your home for a seasonal reboot. Revitalize the look and feel of your home by updating your pillows, blankets, and even duvet covers in your living spaces. Choose light or bright shades (gelato, anyone?) for a burst of color that instantly refreshes your room. If solids aren’t your thing, choose patterned pieces to breathe new life into your rooms.

Once you’ve changed out everything that’s at ground level, you may also want to consider swapping out your drapes and window treatments. Sheer and gauzy styles not only work well during this time of year, but they can also let in more sunlight to help flood your rooms with soothing, natural light.

What’s your favorite way to redefine your living spaces in the spring?

Get Help From Interior Designers

Want some help refreshing your interiors in the Estes Park area? Contact Niche Design House today to learn more about how we can help.