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Spring Refresh

In With the New

It’s time to ditch the winter white and refresh our spaces for spring. We consulted local design experts and found some quick and easy ways for you to refresh and revamp any space in your home. 

Katie Gelfand Interior Design is a full-service interior design firm known for creating beautiful spaces with expert craftsmanship. Each of her projects balances traditional and modern. Her work is heavily influences by classicism but is designed for contemporary living.

Let’s take a look at some tips on how to refresh your home this spring.

1. Removable Wallpaper- They can help transition your decor from season to season without the hassle. It's an easy way to update any space.

2. Accessories as Decor- Your accessories will serve as a great focal point and can help reduce clutter by forcing you to organize some of your favorite accessories that you don't want to part with.

3. Plants- Not only do they look good, but they are also good for you. They have been known to boost productivity and reduce stress. 

Vintage accents- Vintage accents add a special charm to any space and can serve as a great conversation starter.

Pops of color- Classic Blue is the 2020 Pantone Color of The Year to expect to see a lot of it. Adding colorful pillows to a plan couch or a vase on a table can brighten a room and show that you’re ready for spring.

Rattan and Wicker furniture- This trend is making a huge comeback and is perfect for the spring. These materials aren’t just meant for your patio. It’s a great way to balance modern and traditional style.

Rearrange and repurpose- Refreshing a room doesn’t mean you need to buy new decor pieces or furniture. Remember to take a look at what you might have tucked away in a ox in the back of a closet. Find new ways to use the items you already have by moving things around. Rearrange your furniture to give any room a new look without having to buy a single item. You’ll surprise yourself with what you have in the house that can be repurposed as decor.