De-clutter the space
Thanks to a dreary, cold winter, many people bring in a lot of clutter into the house to save them from the bad weather. However, summer is all about creating an airy and spacious room for maximum comfort. That’s why you need to pack up the excess décor so as to create a minimalist summer environment.
Replace the curtains around the house
If you’re to enjoy your summer around the house, you’ll need to move your heavy window curtains for thinner ones. This not only boosts the house lighting but also brings in a much needed change from the winter settings.
Repaint the walls
If the walls look weather-beaten and rugged, it’s time to breathe some life into them by repainting them with a brighter, summer-inspired hue. If the walls are still in good condition, you can then opt to repaint some key furniture that look aged and unsightly.
Decorate it with colorful floral and plants
Potted plants and colorful flowers turn a barely hospitable space into a lively abode. Leafy plants also purify the air around the house making it fresh and clean. Fortunately, there’s pretty of colorful flowers to choose from in summer.
Re-organize the porch
A speck of winter doldrums can dull an otherwise beautiful porch. That’s why you should dust off and prop up those hard plant containers that dot your porch to make them more appealing. Reorganize everything in the porch including furniture, artworks and other items.
Change some furniture covers
A change of aging furniture is necessary to renew your space’s looks. Old pillows, peeling table tops and fading seat covers should make way for newer, stylistic covers so as to inject a jolt of freshness and liveliness in the house.
Bring in some artwork
New artwork can bring a great change around the house. Bringing in new artworks such as sleek sculptures, light-hearted oil paintings and Monet pieces is a great way to reinvent your household ready for a fitting summer moments.
Trade the winter smelling products for summer ones
Do you still have remainders of that soap or freshener designed for a winter break? It’s best to trade all the winter smelling products for summer oriented ones. It not only makes the space different, but also brings an air of relaxation around the house.