Changing your room décor for the changing seasons is both fun and inspiration. Winter is a time for warm colors and soft, fluffy fabrics. In summer, a cool, airy look is appealing. Below are some tips for changing your look according to the seasons.

  • Have your draperies made so they are reversible allowing you to easily turn them from lively to neutral with the seasonal changes.
  • Changing with the seasons gives you an opportunity to get out some long-lost pieces and make them the center of attention for a while.
  • Floral arrangements of pine and holiday colors can be changed for light, colorful ones for the spring and summer. Put away dark brass or pottery containers and bring out clear glass or crystal vases.
  • Be sure to put garden magazines and flower books out on the coffee table in the spring and summer. That will help bring the outside in and add color to your interior.
  • Keep spring and summer colors and accessories light, both in feel and color.

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  • Remove the toasty down-filled duvet from your bed in the spring and substitute a light cotton matelassé bed cover or a simple cotton blanket.
  • If you have a collection of plates on display, put classic holiday designs away for the winter and replace with pretty floral china from grandma.
  • Change dark-patterned decorative pillows by covering them with fresh, floral prints or plaids for warmer weather. Either change out the pillows with a second set or alternate the decorative covers.
  • If winter seems especially long, forget the calendar and get your spring things out even if there’s snow on the ground. You may still need the warm blankets, but the look can be
  • When the cold weather arrives, have a collection of cozy, fluffy throws to place on your furniture for snuggling. Remove them or replace with soft cotton or silk throws for warmer months.

One comment on “England Furniture Reviews Home Design and the Changing of Seasons

  1. Lahoma Gaines

    Thanks for the tips. These are simple solutions that may help you solve home design concerns. Nice post.

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