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Reinvigorate your home with these inspiring spring decorating ideas, recipes and must-have products.

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Lina Rennell Raindrops Wallpaper Tiles, Hygge & West.

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Reinvigorate your home with these inspiring spring decorating ideas, recipes and must-have products.

Come out from under the duvets and shed your parkas, it’s time to welcome spring! After spending months with minimal daylight and hearty comfort foods, there really is no better season to reinvigorate your home. From decorating inspiration and around-the-house DIY ideas to easy everyday recipes and must-have products – here’s to the best of spring from our homes to yours.

Here are 14 inspiring rooms with spring touches that are guaranteed to brighten up your living space. Wouldn’t you love to paint your walls an airy blue?

While it’s nice to treat yourself to bunches of flowers from the market every so often, the blooms can look so-so if you toss them into a vase and call it a day. Luckily, we’ve compiled eight stunning spring floral arrangements to inspire eye-catching seasonal displays.

Blossoms are one of the best things about the season (and one of the first signs of life in the garden). Here’s how to decorate with clippings of colourful spring blossoms.

Open the windows, turn up your favourite tunes and shake off any leftover winter blues with our round-up of spring cleaning tips and tricks. Learn how to clean your windows, wash your shower curtain liner, polish tarnished silverware, remove pet hair from upholstery and much more.

A DIY project to help keep your home fresh and tidy: Create a lovely wall-mounted laundry hamper from pretty pillowcases.

Indoor plants bring instant colour and texture to any room. Turn a ubiquitous wire basket into an industrial chic plant support. Learn how to create this DIY project here.

A smoothie is the best light breakfast for busy mornings on the go, and one with fresh-from-the-garden ingredients is ideal for warm-weather days. Find out how to make this refreshing smoothie here.

Make a favourite easy recipe for Mother’s Day brunch: Dutch baby pancakes are a cinch to put together and delicious when served with fruit preserves and a sprinkling of icing sugar. See here for the scrumptious recipe.

Cook a simple and satisfying weeknight dinner like this asparagus and leek tart featuring fresh ingredients from the farmers’ market or your weekly CSA share.

Offer to bring the dessert to the next dinner party with friends. This frangipane tart is sure to impress with its in-season rhubarb topping.

Make your bed with this adorable bicycle sheet set to remind you of one of your favourite fair-weather pastimes. Bicycle Four-Piece Cotton Sheet Set, Hudson’s Bay, $65.

Present tarts and quiches made with in-season ingredients in this gorgeous hand-painted quiche plate made by Montreal’s Art et Manufacture. Quiche Plate, Etsy, $75 US.

Adding artwork to your home is the easiest way to make a room come alive. This fun photography print is perfect for days when the sky isn’t so blue. Upside Down Print, Max Wanger Print Shop, from $25 US.

This sculptural modern watering can is beautiful enough to display on a windowsill, where it’s always handy for when your plants need a quick drink. Haydron Watering Can, Light + Ladder, $210 US.

Wallpaper tiles are easy to remove and reuse, and they’re ideal for adding a small dose of colour to a room. Cover the back of a bookcase or wardrobe with this charming blue raindrop pattern (a nod to April showers). Lina Rennell Raindrops Wallpaper Tiles, Hygge & West, $58 US per set of 2.

 

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