As the seasons transition, it’s the perfect time to introduce a little newness into your home, whether that’s a full-room overhaul or adding new accents to bring a different dimension to your existing space. Easy ways to give your home a quick new-season update could be as simple as introducing a new colour or texture theme onto a mantelpiece, investing in an new dinner service or kitchen equipment, and refreshing your home fragrance options with something more invigorating and energising for the warmer months.
For 2017, marble and metallic elements remain key with the neutral stone providing an minimalist base to offset the more opulent elements of gold, bronze or copper. And, with 'Greenery' as the Pantone colour of the year - think a green which evokes the first fresh days of spring, this season it’s all about inviting the outdoors into the home, whether updating a feature wall in the new hue, adding a few scatter cushions or throws, seeking out some botanical or jungle-leaf prints, opting for all-green floral displays - eucalyptus or pussy willow stems boast good staying power, creating your own coffee-table terrarium or investing in large indoor plants, it’s an uplifting and refreshing theme to mix into your home.
Switching up the lighting is also key for the changing of the seasons. Industrial-style pendant lighting remains a strong look right now with filament bulbs being a statement feature in setting the mood of your room - we love Buster + Punch for this. Table lamps with bronze or rose-copper elements also will help add a more directional edge to your home. Candles in storm lanterns and photophores in fragrances such as Diptyque’s Baies, Freesia and Cypress along with diffusers from Cochine, will help provide a scented backdrop to inspire the season.
Keeping the palette minimal for your kitchen decor offers a good base on which to build accents through your cookware. Mix and match Le Creuset pots and KitchenAid gadgets in complementary shades.
Print is served in more elevated, contemporary florals - add into your tableware, vases and tea sets.
"Switch up your tableware for each season to keep things fresh and inspiring and style with different colours and prints in your linen."