Now that it’s spring, dress up your old decorations to welcome the season! Spring has always been a favorite when it comes to matching the season theme with your home. Today, we will be sharing with you some ideas that you may find useful in redecorating your home.

First, Mary Carol Garrity of Go Erie shared with us how to give your home a spring break.

Give your home a spring break!

It’s spring and time to welcome this season of new life into your home. Here are some simple, but powerful, ways to add a touch of spring to your decor. Here are five spots in your home she said are just waiting for a spring break.


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Dressing up your mantel, bed, furnishings are a big plus when it comes to decorating your home. Try to look around for stores that gives discount to give your house a new touch.

Others may be into Asian style, let’s say, spring in Japan. What is the most significant thing that your see around in when it’s spring in Japan? Cherry Blossoms! In this next post by Patricia Sheridan of The Blade, she shares with us how to give our homes dash of Asian style spring.

Asian influence blooms in home decor

If you missed the cherry blossoms this spring, you can now enjoy fragile pink flowers that will never fade. Sakura style has found its way onto home furnishings and accessories.

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Aside from buying new things in refurbishing your house, why not also do some DIY’s? It could be cheaper and will reflect your personality a bit more. This post from Zach Woodbridge of Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, he shared with us some DIY tips on how to redecorate your home this spring season.

Spring DIY craft projects to make old stuff new

Spring isn’t just the season to clean out old junk from your home, it’s also the perfect time to tackle some DIY craft projects that repurpose household items and give them new life.

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Redecorating your house is a good thing plus, it makes a great quality time to bond with your family or loved ones.

Start thinking on how you could make your home a lot more cozy in a way that it still looks fab and chic this spring!