It looked like spring had finally sprung in early March but it wasn’t long until the snow reared its chilly head again to drag us back to the depths of winter. The interior blogosphere however remained optimistic with tons of spring inspired posts to get us ready for the (hopefully) sunnier months to come. Here are our favourite posts from March…
Life is a Party took part in the Spring Home Tour with lots of other Canadian interior bloggers in March, take a peek at the fresh seasonal designs…
Lemon Thistle have created this beautifully modern tablescape just in time for Easter, complete with adorable printable bunny place cards.
As any home worker will know, your desk once it’s all set up can quickly become a mess of wire. PMQ for 2 has found the perfect solition and shows you how to install handy power units in your desk.
These fresh and simple decorating ideas we spotted on A Burst of Beautiful are perfect for adding a touch of spring elegance to the home.
Natalie Holden Interiors interviewed abstract artist Emily Bartlett in March which explores the inspiration behind her energetic paintings.
Switching up your mantel for the new season is sometime all you need for a quick update in there home. Here’s some spring mantel inspirations…
Here we found some more spring mantel inspiration for the month, but this one took a fresh step away from green and opted for blush pink and blue.
So Victoria shares her top tips for bijou living after she downsized from a larger home from utilising mirrors to making the most of shelving.
We love finding new ways to display plants in the home so this post on Love Create Celebrate what just what we were looking for. Check out this DIY wall planters.
This beautiful blush pink tablescape is just what the doctor ordered to fill the home for chic Easter style without going too overboard.
Dekko Bird unveiled this room makeover in March which came about after her children had got a bit older and their playroom which is also Keira’s home office needed a revamp.
We all love a spa day, but getting there as much as we’d like is near impossible. Here Harlow & Thistle share their top tips on recreating the experience at home.
Lisa Dawson knows how important it is to stick to a budget when working on your dream house, here she’s teamed up with Experian to give her tips on how to be clever with your interior spending.
Spring is all about botanicals so we loved this porch update we found on Simple Nature Decor Blog which includes add fresh stems to a revamped sideboard.
Leslie from Segreto Finishes gave her daughter a budget to redesign her son’s newly purchased Dallas property with the brief to make the interior as cool as the view…
Bridget of The DIY Playbook longed for a working fireplace in her new house, take a look at how she updated it with on-trend marble before it was restored to working order.
Lobster and Swan had some rustic kitchen lighting for us in this post from last month which had us swooning over the additional industrial elements.
Another fabulous room reveal we spotted in March was this budget friendly bathroom make over on The Painted Hive – just look at that flooring!
Boo & Maddies explored this brand new lifestyle boutique which has opened in Greenwich last month which has us wanting to go and see it for ourselves.
Our interior love affair with grey is going nowhere fast so we loved this in-depth look at steel grey on Fawn Interiors including exploration into the colour psychology of the shade.
Discover what Biophilia, the new interior term on the block, means with this post on Smart Style Interiors. Hint it’s all about nature!
Talking about biophilic design, Amara’s Earthern Luxe trend burst on the scenes in March to bring a very needed touch of the natural world to interiors this spring.
Scandinavian minimalism is one of the most sought-after trends in the interior world and here Studio Gabrielle has created a stylist’s guide by talking to a selection of bloggers and stylists about the look.
This home featured on One Kind Design fuses contemporary interior design with an authentic outback feel and the results are to die for…
Upcyclist visited Collect 2018 in March which is an art fair held by the Crafts Council at London’s Saatchi Gallery. Here’s their ten favourite pieces from their trip.