Top trends for a fresh spring interior

With spring fast approaching, it’s time to update your living space and interior to really freshen things up. From simple prints and neutral colours to retro furniture for nostalgia and maximalist leaf motifs, here are some of the top five interior trends for the new season.

You don’t need to carry out major renovations to make a difference. A simple lick of paint and some colourful new home accessories will do the trick. However, if you fancy a total room makeover, here is some inspiration for creating an on-trend home.

Spring is also the best time for a deep clean while you’re thinking about glamming the place up. A good de-clutter is also advisable to free up space, make the home feel airier and in turn, have more positive energy. For items you want to keep but don’t want to store at home, consider Chorley Self Storage at a site like Chorley Self Storage from Andrew Porter

  1. Scandi-chic

Easy in effort with a stunning impact all in the style. Scandi-chic is a major trend in the coming season featuring pastel colours, texture combinations of timber and ceramic mixed with simple patterns that create a fresh new minimalist look.

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  1. Tropical

To match the weather changes, tropical prints set to pave the way for seasonal style inspiration. Celebrating all things natural is simple when you consider introducing leaf, flower and palm prints to make a statement or introduce fake plants to bring a little of the outside in. Utilizing various shades of green to complement each other, and style with soft pastel colours such as pink, will add a colourful touch to your living space.

  1. Retro

Nostalgia remains a popular trend this season, with a rise in print statements and bright blocky colours like yellow, purple and green. It is very easy to re-create a retro style in your home. Consider introducing an impact through furniture design statements, or soft furnishings with texture such as jute, gold or corduroy to add a ’70s vibe to your home.

  1. Nordic

With natural shades inspired by the beaches and rocky cliffs and dramatic navy colours of the sea, the trend of Nordic style will introduce peace and tranquillity to the home. Style with natural textures including rattan, wood and shells to create the appearance of a relaxing Nordic retreat.

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  1. Art-deco

Add a touch of glamour to your home with art-deco trend. With a touch of pale pink and velvety finish, and clean lines to look decadent, updated art-deco style is easy to introduce into your home. Consider peak marble surfaces, and smoked glass to tie the look together.