Did you know that it is National Decorating Month? There is no better time for giving your home a fresh new look for Spring!
Sometimes, starting a decorating project van be a little daunting, afterall there is so much to plan and prep! This is where Plumbs can help, we've detailed a few hints and tips to help you on your way.
Begin by rejuvenating your living room. Neutral tones remain a strong trend this season, grey isnt going anywhere other than your walls and floors! The soft tones of grey is calming on the eyes and a wonderful base for potentially adding colour to the room. However, there are many options for the colour lovers upon us.
We are seeing a popular new craze, if you are brave enough, is to choose moody colours like navy, emerald green and violet that will undoutedly look stunning in your living room. Alternatively, if you prefer the more subtle approach, warm pastels colours like soothing blues, milky pinks and sherbet yellows are just enough to lift and brighten any room.
We have a wide range of fabric choices to help you complete your new decor, whether you wish to recvoer your suite, introduce some made-to-measure curtains or even just to add a pop of colour through scatter cushions, we have it all!
The bedroom can sometimes be the room that is most neglected but we spend a third of our lives in our bedroom so it deserves the same care and attention our living rooms or kitchens get when decorating. Here are our top three tips to turn your bedroom into the perfect space.
1. Add a combination of curtains and blinds to your window using complimenting fabrics that will enhance the beauty of the room. The mix of curtains and blinds will ensure the early Spring light will have no chance of disturbing your beauty sleep.
2. Introduce a ravishing made-to-measure top quilt or made to measure bedspreads to add different shades and textures to the room.
3. Finally, spruce up the bed with a luxury headboard, we have hundreds of fabrics to choose from so you'll be spoilt for choice.
With Plumbs you are not just limited to only updating your living room or bedroom, you can also add little touches all over your house.