Real Estate: Spring Into Updates

It may not feel like it now, but spring is right around the corner! Next Monday the 20th, to be exact! A little can go a long way with updating your home for spring. It’s easy, inexpensive, and always fun to have something fresh and new. Bust those winter blues with a few spring updates around your home.

Add Curb Appeal

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Planting a fun flowerbed or a window box can add instant spring flair to your home. Pick colorful flowers like azaleas or zinnias to make your home bloom!

 

Primp Your Porch

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Everyone needs a little porch time. That’s where friendships grow and memories are made! Surround yourself with green plants, hydrangeas, and wicker furniture to put yourself in the spring mode.

 

Lighten Up Your Room

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Rise and shine to a spring inspired bedroom every morning. Fresh flowers and soft colors in a comforter, rugs, or pillows will make you feel right at home and ready to take on the day.

 

Accessorize Your Living Area

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Little additions like textured pillows and rugs and bright curtains are sure to beat the winter blues. Little changes can make a big difference when the weather warms up!

Print It

Vintage Botanical Prints are beautiful. Who doesn't love free printable wall art too? These vintage inspired Spring prints would make a great addition to your spring decor by placing them on a table or hanging them on your wall. livealughrowe.com

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The internet is full of different free, downloadable prints that are sure to brighten any room. Our favorites? Floral prints that are the epitome of spring. You can frame pictures you download and print on your own or, websites like Society 6 feature a bunch of framed prints you can choose from that’ll ship right to your door.

 

Set It Up

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Your kitchen table deserves a spring update too! Making centerpieces with succulents adds an easy, fresh touch to your dining table, especially since succulents are inexpensive and aren’t hard to take care of!