How to Freshen Up Your Home for Summer
We are sharing our top tips for updating your interior for summer with simple steps. From introducing flowers to changing your colour scheme.
By introducing mirrors into your home, it will help brighten up the area, especially when trying to add light to a naturally dark space such as corridors or north facing rooms.
The trick of reflecting light goes as far back as the ancient Egyptians when creating the pyramids.
Fresh florals will always inject a summer feeling into your home. From the refreshing scent to the assortment of arrangements can really brighten an area – a cost effective way also.
We also supply a range of silk flowers which look as believable as the real thing with the benefit of standing the test of time.
Summer Drinks Bar
Nothing says summer like a jug full of Pimms or a refreshing G&T topped with freshly sliced cucumber.
With the current (and lifelong) trend of gin, it is extremely fashionable to include a drinks trolley within your home. We have seen a huge revamp in drinks trolleys creating stylish accessories within living and dining rooms. Designers such as Eichholtz
With the current trend of ice cream tones, this summer is the perfect time to add them into your home. The millennial pink has taken interiors by storm however it can be difficult to implement it within every home. Depending on your style, it can be celebrated with bold prints or softer hues. Here are some of our favourite looks to bring spring into your home.
If pastel tones are a step too far away from your colour scheme, stick to lighter tones with the occsional splash such as this beautiful shot from Cindy West Ray.
Bring the Outside In
By introducing plants and flowers that are in season (we suggest Peonies and freesias for June) it will instantly fill the room with colour and scent. By bringing the outside in, it will really help create a sense of the season. This works all year around, so in a few months time, why not try chrysanthemums and dahlias.
Change your Artwork
Changing the artwork within your house is a great way to bring fresh feel to the interior. We are currently swooning over these beautiful prints by Ben Lowe with soft muted tones, using a stunning range of colours they have a depth to them along