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How to Create a Spring Sanctuary in Your Home

Creating a spring sanctuary at home is about making small changes that bring visible results. Whether it’s decluttering, intentional table setting or creating a cosy living space, with little effort and creativity, you can turn your home into a peaceful, relaxing, and comforting environment. 

Make your bedroom a retreat

Create a place of refuge, a wellness-driven space where you can relax and unwind. A simple way to start is by transitioning to lightweight fabrics such as linen for your bedding, curtains, and Roman blinds. These fabrics create a soft and airy feel, perfect for warmer weather. Adding cushions in different textures and colours will create a cosy and inviting atmosphere. 

Invest in quality blinds or curtains and choose your ideal lining type to control the amount of light entering the room. With a few simple changes, you can transform your bedroom into a tranquil and rejuvenating spring sanctuary that becomes your favourite place to escape and unwind. 

Clean and declutter your space

‘Tis the season for spring cleaning. Cleaning and decluttering your space is a great way to refresh and renew your home. The idea is to dispose of things you no longer use or love. The out-of-sight, out-of-mind rule can come in handy – if you haven’t used something in a year, you don’t need it. Decluttering can also improve the functionality of your space, making it easier to clean and maintain.


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While you’re at it, don’t forget to clean your blinds and curtains, as they can gather dust and grime over time. 

Channel the power of nature

Plants and biophilic design can help connect with the outside world. Known to reduce stress, plants and botanical prints boost moods and can improve mental well-being. Numerous studies and researches prove the impact nature has on our daily lives. Direct or indirect contact with nature – through materials, colours and textures, enhances the quality of our homes. 

Incorporating art and furnishings such as cushions, blinds or curtains with botanical prints and motifs is a great way to bring the outside in.

Make living spaces cosy and welcoming

Your interior can impact your well-being. Whether through furniture, textures or wall colour, your space can influence how you feel. Spend time to focus and look around – what within your home brings you joy and why? Finding what resonates with you will help create a comfortable and welcoming space. Using organic materials like wood, bamboo, linen, or cotton helps create a warm aesthetic.