Spring Clean Your Home

At this time of year many of us are turning out the winter cobwebs, planting seeds, and giving our homes a thorough Spring clean. However, why not go that one step further and give your house a completely new facelift? You don’t need to completely redecorate to update your home, but by adding a few of this season’s key pieces, you can dramatically brighten up your home.

 

Shine On

Shine On

To keep your kitchen updated this Spring, add eye-catching geometric shapes and shiny silver tones to your kitchen’s colour pallet. Silver will reflect rays of Spring sunshine and brighten up your kitchen with minimum effort.

 

This beautifully textured round tray from Alessi is designed by Claudia Raimondo. With it’s beautiful reflective design, it adds style and class to any occasion and makes a wonderful gift idea.

 

The Grosgrain salt & pepper shaker set by Vera Wang for Wedgwood, are not only a timeless sophistication, but will help turn your kitchen into a contemporary restaurant, with its easy to use yet flawless design.

 

 

Wrap Up

Wrap Up

Keep out a cold wind on the patio or add a splash of colour to your conservatory, with a soft cotton throw for Spring and Summer. We’ve found some fabulous throws by Cologne and Cotton, who source the best available cotton for their products, which are beautifully soft and thin for warmer weather.

The Merino and Cashmere Herringbone throws are a classic design, and its lighter blue-grey tones are a shades for Spring. Whereas The New England Merino and Cashmere throw has bolder stripes which will make any sofa or chair a statement feature of your room. These blankets have a timeless beauty to them which will surpass the changing fads of each year.

 

 

Spring Centrepieces

Spring Centrepieces

Clean, sweeping shapes are no longer restricted to architecture, and are now being reflected in home décor. Revival Arts of Bath create conversation-starting figures and pieces inspired by History, adventure and mystery.

 

Their Chinese Water Buffalo is a simple piece which could sit as a bookend or a table centrepiece. The water buffalo is an essential tool in the rice farming industry, making it a revered animal amongst the Chinese. Its simple texture and colour will fit in in any room, and encourage light.

 

Their Henry VIII Bust will sit majestically on the mantelpiece and add a sense of grandeur to the heart of your home. It features Henry’s seven wives and other historical details around the base of the bust, making it more than a decorative piece.

 

All Revival Arts of Bath are handcrafted by skilled craftsmen in Bath, a cultural hub of England.

 

 

Time for a New Look

Time for a New Look

The last brands to James Samson is Newgate clocks, whose fanbase includes famous hotels, restaurants, supermodels and movie stars.

 

The Newgate Dormitory clock’s neutral pallet and classic design makes it a charming spring piece. It is also virtually silent, making the clock a great addition to the bedroom or study.

 

For something more fresh and contemporary, liven up your house with the Andromeda clock in Citrus Burst. It’s a bold yet fun piece, with lollipop hands and an energizing yellow rim. It will be a stunning feature standing alone on a block colour wall.

 

 

How will you be freshening up your home this spring?

 

Images: Amara Living Ltd, Cologne & Cotton Limited, James Samson
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