The flowers are beginning to bloom, the birds are singing their warm weather songs, but does your house still feel like it’s stuck with winter blues? Now is the perfect time for a spring renovation for both you and your home. We at Campbell Tyler Design believe that your environment is a reflection of your sense of wellbeing; so it’s time to restore, refresh, and renew.
Spring-cleaning involves clearing clutter and re-organizing messy spaces, yet it is also an opportunity to brighten and freshen up your home. Most of us are feeling a bit tired and run down from the long, cold winter…and odds are your kitchen is looking a bit tired and run down as well. We encourage you to get rid of your tired ole’ stuff, and in turn say farewell to your tired ole’ self!
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Here are 3 fun & simple tips to help you cleanse and revitalize your home as we dive into the beauty of April!
- Color Pop: Add a splash of color into your home in the form of bright fabrics, throws, or pillows.
- Green up your Space: Add fresh flowers and plants to your living room and kitchen. Studies show that when you fill interior spaces with houseplants, you’re not just adding greenery; these living organisms interact with your body, mind, and home in ways that enhance your quality of life.
- Paint: Add a fresh coat of paint to your worn down walls, giving your space a clean slate and a warming new look.
Renewing your energy this spring starts in your home. Take a leap of faith, let’s work together to plan that new renovation that will reflect a bright, fresh, and clean project idea that fits your unique heart and home. We just finished cleansing our studio space in Brattleboro VT, with pops of color in the living room, vibrant green ferns adorning the windows, and fresh paint and tile in the kitchen. Need inspiration? Check out our photo gallery from our most recent spring-cleaning renovation!
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