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How to Bring Spring Elements into your Loft Conversion

Spring has sprung! And with it comes the chance to spruce up our homes. If your loft conversion is in need of a little TLC, why not take this opportunity to bring some of the spring air into your home and enjoy the bright, fresh colours this season offers? Alternatively, if you’re currently in the build process, why not take some inspiration from loft conversion before and after pictures that include spring themes?

Here’s how to add a touch of spring sunshine into your loft conversion… 

Add Soft Greens

With any interior design trend, it’s important to remember that you don’t have to go all out and decorate to the nines with one trend. Why not take elements from it and add them to your loft conversion? Green is a tone which immediately springs to mind in these fairer climes, so adding muted green tones to a room of a different colour will just give a hint of spring.

This could be adding moss green cushions to a grey bedspread or adding some pots of spring bulbs with their lush green foliage to a loft conversion workspace. Spring is about freshness and new beginnings, so just adding these new hints will help to lift the space within loft conversions.

Get Some Flower Power 

For many of us, spring instantly conjures to mind all of those gorgeous spring blooms. Tulips, daffodils and hyacinths all work their magic to cheer us up no end at this time of year, so why not bring vases of them into your loft conversion? You’ll be surprised at the difference between a loft conversion before and after fresh cut flowers have been added; it will instantly make your loft conversion feel Instagram worthy!

Easter Interior Decorations

Many people decorate their homes for Easter, and your loft conversion shouldn’t be exempt from this! It’s traditional in many parts of the world to include an Easter tree within the home, which is usually made from long branches – pussy willow works well – and hanging small decorated eggs from them, for example.

Although you may feel that an Easter tree is better suited to your dining room table, there are elements of Easter decorating that you can incorporate into your loft conversion. How about adding tall Church pillar candles in domes, with fake moss around the base to give that spring feel? In the lead up to Easter you could even include tiny Easter eggs hidden in the mossy candle nest, and these could be removed once the Easter weekend has finished for a subtle spring ornament.

Brighten Up the Rooms

Do you want to just give your loft conversion a bit of an overhaul this spring? Or perhaps your loft conversion project is due to start in the next month or two? If you want a fresh look and feel, how about decorating in super bright colours?

Think Cinco de Mayo Mexican fiesta colours: bright yellows, pinks and reds are in at the moment, and although it’s a much brighter look, it’s still perfect for spring because of its vibrancy.

If you’re looking to convert your loft this spring, contact Bespoke Lofts. We can give your home a little spring lift with a newly converted loft which will put a spring in your home’s step!

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