In the Wylde blog this week we’re embracing spring and seeing what the change in the seasons can inspire in interior design. Springtime reminds us that new life is blossoming once more, the days are getting longer and lighter and whilst we’re definitely not there yet, warmth is on it’s way! So, when it comes to interior design, it’s time to freshen up your spaces and introduce some lighter and more outdoor-focussed elements.

We’re huge fans of biophilia and think it’s important to change up the biophilic elements in your home to reflect the seasons. Spring time technically begins on the 20th of March in the northern hemisphere, so we are well on our way to it becoming official! Spring symbolises rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal and regrowth so we’re looking at ways of injecting a new lease of life into the home.

Its time to maximise natural light and ventilation whilst adding seasonal flowers, plants and nature-inspired colours and materials. So what’s set to take centre stage in interior design trends this spring-time? Greenery! The colour green is big for 2022 and we’re talking smarter tones such as cool sage and olive greens, luxurious bottle greens and delicate eucalyptus shades. With green as the standout colour trend for this season, we can expect to see materials such as wood and stone to compliment the natural tones.

Optimise storage this year and make your spring clean count! After all we’re all spending more time at home then ever before – the last thing we need is clutter. Take the time to sort through your belongings, let go of the items you’ve not used in a year or so and if you really can’t part with them, store them away. Create space this spring-time and make a real effort to de-clutter. After the past two years we have all endured, there is a real focus on self-care and creating room to relax and feel rejuvenated.

We are all looking forward to a summer that feels a little different to the past two years so it’s time to embrace the change in the seasons and introduce lighter fabrics, brighter colours and fresh flowers and more plants! We’ve created a spring-time gallery to give you some ideas of how to spruce up your spaces.