and as we create a clean slate post-holiday decorations and begin to think about shedding our winter layers, we can’t help but see our homes in a new light and dream about how we can bring life into each corner.
Each season, we look to new “trends” or perspectives inspired by our surroundings and consider fresh ways to create moments through layering pieces that speak to new beginnings.
Here are a few spring interior styling trends we’re looking forward to leaning into this year:
While incorporating natural textures is hardly a trend, we’re excited to lean into mixing pieces inspired by different eras and influences this spring. Materials like travertine and burl wood have been on our radar for a while now, and we love how much depth they add to a minimal color palette.
When refreshing your styling this spring, don’t shy away from pieces and materials with natural imperfections that lend a lived-in and relaxed feeling to any vignette.
While warm hues are typically included in autumn and winter palettes, we’re carrying them through the spring in our homes this year to reflect the warmth of the season. Light browns, deep terracotta hues, and materials that lend warmth like leather and wood all bring a feeling of comfort and depth to the home, layering them into your current styling a breeze.
We know the idea of florals for spring isn’t groundbreaking, but we’re looking forward to a new take on expressing the budding of new life, nonetheless. This season, we’re incorporating them into our homes with exaggerated scale, from large-scale prints on art and textiles to micro-print florals on bedding and wallpaper.
From unexpected cut-out features in decor pieces to reeded textures on furniture pieces, we’re all about zooming in on the details this season. Whether your space is big or small, bringing subtle interest to each corner is about the most minor elements.
If you’re refreshing your home for spring, consider which vignettes in your home could use a new life, and incorporate a piece with an interesting texture or shape to draw the eye in.
If you thought you’d never see patterned furniture again, think again! Even if you’re not ready to jump into bold, large-scale prints, subtle prints like small-scale pinstripes on dining chairs and even sofas can go a long way in adding an elevated, thoughtful feeling to a home, big or small.
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