Spring has been well and truly in the air in the interior blogging world and during March we loved seeing all of the fresh inspiration for the new season. From the best spring colour schemes to how to bring a touch of spring design to the home, here are our favourite interior blog posts of March…
Fresh flowers are the perfect spring accessory and are in abundance at this time of year. Artsy Chicks Rule has created this spring basket which is a floral addition to any space in the home.
Coffee table books are having a renaissance and as every blogger knows, they are essential for styling any area. Gold Vibes Only has rounded up the top books for styling that are also must-have reads…
Little House on the Corner has been talking colour schemes for a new apartment this month, from Farrow & Ball blues to Little Green pastels, each room will be a sight to behold.
We love small office inspiration on the IBA Blog and this one in the entryway of Liz from Love Grows Wild’s home is the perfect example of utilising spare space in a hallway or entranceway to create a home office.
From eggshell to emulsion, there are so many paint types and finishes out there that it can be so easy to get in a muddle about what you need for each decorating project. Topology London has created this handy guide to help.
Buffalo checks are a classic pattern for the home and a fabulous print for spring. In this post on Pink Peppermint Design, you can see many wonderful ways to incorporate the pattern for spring.
Oliver Burns explores the psychology of colour in celebration of the Indian Holi Festival of colour. From how yellow can evoke positive feelings to how pink promotes tranquillity, take a look about how colours can change a mood.
The SS17 A by Amara collection launched in March with four fabulous new looks to discover. Bazaar is full of tropical style making it perfect for the spring and summer months.
Making children do their homework is no easy task but creating a dedicated homework space can do the world of good in keeping them focused. Take a look at this homework nook on Growing Spaces.
Is there anything better for the home that Farrow & Ball paint? We’d be hard pushed to think of anything! Here Dear Designer takes a look at the brand’s newly selected key shades for spring 2017.
As Pantone predicted with their Colour of the Year 2017, Greenery is everywhere! Turning a small area of your home green is a fabulous way to incorporate spring style into the home as Italian Bark expertly demonstrates.
Mad About the Hose is swapping the thick and fluffy rugs of winter with new lighter styles to get summer ready. Discover the Make Me a Rug service which lets you design your own spring rug.
Minimalist Scandi shelves are a fantastic addition to any room and can instantly give any space that designer edge. Take a look at these chic systems on These Four Walls blog…
Adding spring touches here and there can be far simpler than redecorating entire rooms for the whole season. Cherished Bliss takes a look at some green accessories for the room.
Preparing for spring doesn’t just mean adding new decor touches. Spring is all about embracing the fresh new season so should start with a de-clutter as All About Interiors explains.
Cate St Hill explored Stockholm’s Furniture & Light Fair in February which is the biggest meeting place for Scandinavian design is the world. Here are the best bits she found…
This strikingly dark bedroom on Making Spaces still has a touch of the outdoors thanks to the fabulous wallpaper. See the before and after on the blog.
Flowers are in full bloom now so there is no excuse not to bring some fresh bouquets into the home. Homey Oh My demonstrates how to arrange perfect floral displays every time.
Matte black is here to stay this year as a striking style statement in the home. This look is fabulous if subtly done in the bathroom, especially for the fixtures and fittings as seen in this post on Designed for Life.
There are so many interior styles and tastes out there at any given time, but are there things that every home should always have? Archie & the Rug takes a look at these key pieces.
Metallics are here to stay in 2017 as our highlighting accents of choice. Stuart Graham shows you how best to decorate with various metallic shades.
Blue is a fabulous colour for any room in the home. From bright and breezy to moody and dark, the options are endless with this colour and here Nonagon Style shows you how to work the shade into any interior style.
Grey will always be one of our favourite interior colours thanks to its versatility. This fabulous home tour spotted on Thou Swell has only helped deepen our love of the hue.
Part of the Seasonal Simplicity Blog Tour, this living and dining room tour featured on the fifth and final day and we can’t get enough of its boho glam feel!