A few white accents is a charming backdrop for spring styles

Apr 28 2011

A few white accents is a charming backdrop for spring styles.
A few white accents is a charming backdrop for spring styles.
Now that spring is here, you're probably looking for some inexpensive ways to jazz up your living spaces for the season. If there's one prevailing theme among interior designers this year, it is the use of white accents. According to The Columbian, a few white candle holders, window treatments and some spring slipcovers will provide a stunning backdrop for your spring styles.

You're probably going to have your fair share of fresh cut flowers in your living space, and the best way to create a dramatic effect is to have the perfect background behind them. Use a white slipcover on your furniture to protect them from the build-up of spring allergens and to instantly brighten your space.

Some charming candle holders and vibrant throw pillows can spruce up your space at a minimal cost. Replacing your winter window treatments with some lightweight white curtains and drapes can also help to punch up your design aesthetic.

Roller shades can be a great home improvement option for the spring that comes in a number of colors and styles to fit any window. They will require less cleaning and will not collect dust and allergens like other window coverings.  
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