Spring Home Decor Tips

Spring Home Decor Tips

spring flowers beside bed

Spring has officially arrived in the Fraser Valley and with it, we offer a fresh perspective on the newest home decor trends sweeping across the globe.

We’ve compiled a list of a few springtime design tips that are quickly becoming staples in homes around the world.


light brown interior

According to Vogue magazine, the colour brown is seeing a massive resurgence in the world of home decor and interior design!

You might ask yourself, why? Colour psychology suggests that the colour brown provides us with a sense of safety and security. This stems from its association with the earth which helps us feel grounded.

As we begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel for the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s no surprise that people desire a colour that embodies calmness and resiliency. This desire is being enhanced by a shift from traditional minimalism which features all-white everything to a new trend of warm minimalism where earthy tones take centre stage.


featured corner of a house with plants

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, indoor gardening has seen a rapid rise in popularity. As we transition into the spring of 2022, this movement is only gaining momentum – providing us with a connection to the natural world without having to leave the comfort of our chaise lounge.

Above the added design benefit, there are several science-backed benefits of having indoor plants such as helping reduce stress, improving air quality, and maybe even boosting your productivity. That’s right, a bro-meliad might be the best cubicle companion that you’ve ever had!


rotary phone lamp

2022 is the year of change in the interior design world! As the effects of climate change continue to wreak havoc on our planet, we’re witnessing a major shift in people prioritizing sustainable living practices and products.

With consumer trends shifting towards innovative products that are designed with a sustainability focus – now might be the best time to realize your dream of upcycling that antique television console into a new sideboard for the dining room.

This trend pushes past simply upcycling cute antique furniture and promoting cradle-to-cradle
practices towards revolutionary new smart thermostats and recycled water systems.

If you’re looking for the perfect place to personalize with your favorite home decor—we can help! Whether you’re looking for your very first home, somewhere cozy to downsize to, or a property with an acreage, we can help you carve out your new sustainable future in the beautiful Chilliwack area.

Contact us today.