Since buying our house two years ago, I’ve loved decorating and buying bits and pieces for around our home.
While most of the rooms are *done* now, we’re still adding little touches to add personality to each one.
Whether you’re decorating your home, flat, uni halls or bedroom, here are five home updates you can make this spring – without spending a fortune:
1. Dress Your Shelves
I love adding cute prints, candles and other trinkets to rooms and shelves are a great way to do that.
Whether you go minimal or all out, themed or a mish-mash, floating shelves or shelving units are a great way to update your home on a budget.
For spring, I’ve added leaf prints and heaps of (faux) greenery. I’ve also got copper and gold touches as well as the odd photo of the two of us and song lyric prints.
2. Prints and Canvases
If you’re looking for pretty but affordable prints to add a spring feel to your home. Etsy and Not on the High Street have loads of really cute affordable prints.
You can print loads at home yourself from just a few pounds which make them perfect for seasonal touches.
I’ve also just added a canvas to the wall in the living room for more colour and to brighten up our white walls.
Candles aren’t just for cosy winter evenings. Spring scents are a great way to bring the outside in and make your rooms feel more homely.
I’m a big fan of wax melts too as they really throw the scent around a room. Supermarkets do great dupes for pricier brands so you don’t have to spend big.
If like me you’ve got a knack for killing house plants and flowers before they’ve even bloomed, faux greenery is the way forward.
If you’re better with plants, go for the real deal. Either way, greenery is the perfect spring touch for your home or rooms.
How else are you upping your interiors this spring?