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The 16 Easiest Ways to Get Your House Ready for Spring


Update Your Pillows

"While fabrics such as velvet, silk, and even tweed are beautiful year-round, they can feel a bit heavy for the spring and summer months. It's easy to give your home frequent updates by having a "pillow wardrobe" for various seasons, just like you do for your clothing. Spring is a great time of year to bring in pillows in breezy fabrics like linen or printed cotton to lighten things up a bit." —Paloma Contreras

Refresh Your Bedding

"Welcome spring and treat yourself! Pick up a new duvet and shams to brighten up your bedroom. This easy fix not only brings color to your room but can help motivate you to make your bed each and every day!" —Ryan White

Use Foliage

"I like to freshen things up when springtime rolls around with big statement leaves in fun vases. From banana leaves and philodendron leaves, to palms and papyrus, it's an easy and low-maintenance way to add a freshness to a room without any fuss. And if you regularly refresh the water and trim the bottom of the stem, the leaves can live on for months." —Justina Blakeney

Rearrange Furniture

"Rearrange the floor plan of your living room — it's the ultimate no-cost decorating tip. Moving around your furniture will be a super quick update for the new season and will have you feeling brand new." —Jason Grant

Add Some Color

"Colorful accessories are always an easy update for spring. Affordable vases, interesting objects, and colorful books brighten any coffee table or entry console in minutes. Bold agate accents, gold-leaf pieces, and fashion books are my favorites when accessorizing my own home." —Abbe Fenimore


"When I think of spring my mind immediately goes straight to thoughts of warm, sunny weather. Nothing makes me happier than feeling things are getting cleaner. This to me means touching up walls and trim that have become dingy over the winter. Even just a little scrub with a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser makes me happy!" —Sam Allen

Keep It Simple

"Spring is a time when we all want the freshness of the outdoors to be reflected in ourselves and our interiors. Renewal doesn't mean you have to change everything in your home. Send out area rugs for spring cleaning and try having bare floors for a time. Remove your usual accessories for a while and have only simple fresh spring branches and some lovely green plants adorning your home. You'll feel like you are being reborn along with the natural world." —Young Huh

Bring in New Scents

"Change your candles for a fresh breezy laundry scent or something citrusy. I always keep my Buckingham Interiors + Design Showroom stocked with wonderful seasonal scents." —Julia Buckingham

Make Over Your Walls

"Take spring cleaning to the next level by painting or wallpapering. Nothing freshens up a space more than a new coat of paint. You can tackle as much as a room, or scale it down and add a fresh pop of color or pattern to the back of a bookcase or even on a ceiling." —MA Allen

Dress Up Your Table

"Put out a gorgeous table cloth. You've got countless fabrics to choose from to transform your space into something magical." —Antonino Buzzetta

Add a New Statement Piece

"Refreshing a room for spring can be quite easy. Subtle changes such as introducing a playful light fixture or buying a piece of art are simple and can instantly rejuvenate a space." —Sara Story

Bring the Garden Inside

"We put out bud vases with flowers that we find from walks around the neighborhood with our dog or from the garden. Night-blooming jasmine is our favorite smell of spring in Los Angeles." —Cy and Genevieve Carter of Carter Design

Go Lighter

"Let there be light! Bring in the natural sunlight, but also lighten up your fabrics. Similar to your wardrobe, switch out the wool and fur for the linen and cotton fabric. I've gone as far to replace wool curtains with linen for the warmer months." —Wendy Labrum

Saturate Color

"Paint a small room in a bright lacquer color." —Amanda Reynal

Invest in New Art

"Update your art collection with spring on the mind. This installation by artist Bradley Sabin (through Voltz Clarke Gallery) is beautiful! The dogwood blossoms keep Spring in your home 365 days a year." —Sara Gilbane

Embrace Florals

"My grandmother used to swap her damask curtains to a floral pattern in the spring. It's an old-school trick that transforms a home from winter to spring." —Jen Going




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