A huge theme in home décor this year is COLOR! Lots and lots of color. Bright colors like oranges and pinks coupled with neutral grays and taupes. For drastic changes to home decor, accent walls, large furniture pieces and rugs in bright colors will work. For small changes and seasonal accents, accent pillows, florals, and wall decor can add small bursts of color.
Wine, water, mason, and food bottles have appeared lately in centerpieces and decor. They are being painted, wrapped in twine, died and colored with chalk paint, and filled with spring florals.
With the economy still weak, the trend continues for up-cycling and restoring old furniture to new uses. The DIY movement is far from over. Design on a budget is nothing to dismiss. Unique cost effective ways to improve homes are in. Try spray painting a thrift-store lamp or frame a bold color to bring it back to life and add a pop of color to any room in your home.
A fun tip for spring cleaning and decor is to organize a clothing or hall closet by color. This will add new life to a dull closet. (photo: housebeautiful.com)
Ready for something new? Try wall tape. Create bold patterns or a simple accent wall. Wall tape can be a temporary blast of color, especially if you are new to this new bold trend. (photo: sincol-mt.com)
Finally, for a pop of color that also smells great, swap out your fall/winter style Scentsy Warmer with one of our colorful spring/summer warmers. Warming a few cubes of a brightly colored Scentsy Bar like Sunkissed Citrus or Surfer Chick will add another unexpected burst of color.
Top to bottom: new Daphne Mid-Size Scentsy Warmer; new Citron Full-Size Scentsy Warmer and new Armerina Full-Size Scentsy Warmer.