The days are getting longer (yippee) and the weather is getting warmer. Birds are chirpily singing, and the plants are starting to wake up after their winter sleep. Indeed, spring is the perfect time for revamping your bedroom and breathing new life into your space. After all, spring is a time of renewal. Here is a selection of spring bedroom ideas to give you some inspiration. For more ideas, you can visit our Pinterest page here.
Spring is the perfect time to turf out your bedroom and get organised. Without a doubt, your bedroom should be your own mini sanctuary from the stresses of the outside world and a space that is cluttered simply doesn’t cut it! What’s more, an organised bedroom can help you sleep and recharge those batteries.
The best way to tackle what might be a mammoth task is to break it down into bite size pieces. If you try to do it all in one go, then the chances are your head will be in a spin and you’ll have a meltdown. Therefore you need to start small. For example, you could start with culling your wardrobe and then go on from there. To read more about how to declutter your bedroom you can read our blog here.
Spring is the perfect time to give your bedroom a fresh coat of paint. Furthermore, it’s the ideal time to change your colour scheme and as it is a job that most people can tackle themselves it doesn’t have to cost the earth either. If you want to go all out with the spring theme, then why not pick a spring inspired pastel shade. For example, a minty shade of green is light, airy and perfect for bringing the outdoors in.
Adding some floral patterns to your bedroom is great way of incorporating the beauty of the natural world. Indeed, the great outdoors is great at helping us to unwind and relax. Therefore, it makes perfect sense to introduce floral patterns into your bedroom. There are a number of ways you can achieve this. For example, you could chose a patterned wallpaper or you could update your soft furnishing.
Adding some greenery into your space is a fantastic way of breathing life into your bedroom. Indeed, science has proved that indoor plants can help to soothe and makes us more comfortable. What’s more indoor plants can help us to feel more connected to nature. A lot of people are concerned that they can’t keep houseplants. However, it is simply about buying the right plant in the first place. Some plants such as the peace lily plant are a doddle to look after as are succulents are cacti. What’s more with the great world wide web, it is easy to find information about what each plant requires. Whilst plants do require a little nurturing the benefits are more than worth it.