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Breathe new life into your
home with these easy tips
Add instant colour
Give windowsills a makeover with a display of herbs in
terracotta pots. Mint, parsley, thyme and chives are
really easy to grow so much so, the children can get
involved. Thyme and mint also smell great. Green leaves
shout spring, and fresh herbs pep up any dish.
You might have heard
of displaying floral
wallpaper in a frame,
but why not try
botanical prints for a
stylish update for your
walls? You can buy
of botanical prints
online, then scour
charity shops for
frames. Vintage chic
on a shoestring!
Add a pop of zesty spring colour to your kitchen
with a glass jar or bowl filled with lemons or limes
- it's surprisingly effective.
For a spring table centrepiece, try potted hydrangeas
with soft lime-green petals, or a basket of dwarf narcissi.
Make an entrance
Create a spring-inspired wreath to hang on the
wall or door by wiring soft twigs into a circle
shape. Attach spring blossom, foliage, flowers
and herbs to the twigs with floristry wire. Let
your creativity run wild!
For a modern display of
spring flowers, put a single
stem in a tall vase or glass
bottle. We love muscari,
sweet pea and tuberose
Try lining a mantelpiece
or sideboard with a
selection of single-stem
Position a mirror opposite a window to flood
sunshine into your hallway and make it feel bigger
and brighter. If the mirror picks up a reflection of
your garden springing into life, that's even better!
Introduce natural materials: the earthy textures
bring the outdoors in and can help to keep the
hall tidy. Sisal or coir matting will protect the floor
on rainy days, a rattan trunk could store shoes
and bags neatly, and wicker stair baskets can
hold the clutter that needs to be taken upstairs.
Arrange floral china on
an occasional table with
a gingham or polka-dot
tablecloth for instant
Gnarly twigs and stems of lemon forsythia in a tall
vase, or even an old pair of Wellington boots, will
add seasonal interest to a hallway.
Make your home smell as good as the garden. Put 1 tbsp
bicarbonate of soda in a clean spray bottle with 450ml
water, shake to dissolve, add 10 drops of bergamot or
geranium essential oil, then spritz onto soft furnishings.
Capture that straight-off-the-washing-line
freshness: iron your towels and bed linen using
spring-scented ironing water. Pour 50ml vodka
it's a preservative), 500ml distilled water and a
dash of lily-of-the-valley oil into a bottle and add
to your iron's water reservoir.