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Top 3 ways to spruce up your home this spring

by webdev

March 28, 2012

Spring is finally here and that means out with the old, dark and dreary and in with the bright, bold and fun. A great way to get your entire family in the spring spirit is to spruce up your home in preparation of warm weather and Easter celebrations.

1. Repaint a main room. If your family room or kitchen has been the same boring color for years, it may finally be time for a change. You can even decide to switch the color or add a funky wallpaper to an accent wall that will make the room stand out, without getting too crazy. Try to select a color that is bright and bold, but also something you'll still enjoy in a few years.

2. Update furniture or accent pieces. Purchasing new throw pillows, area rugs or lighting fixtures and furniture can make a world of difference in your home decor. Spring is all about change and rebirth and when you feel good about your home, you'll feel good about yourself. Start this process by going to local furniture stores and finding a pattern or a color theme you like, then try to incorporate the them into rooms in your house.

3. Bringing in fresh blooms. Flowers help bring life and color to any room. Spring is the time for new growth, so picking up bouquets of affordable flowers or fresh flowers will certainly cheer up your home. Spring Favorites by Teleflora is great option for table floral centerpieces, since the shallow terra-cotta planter is overflowing with pink roses, red tulips, yellow irises, purple hyacinth and green button mums that are sure to bring joy to the table.

This article is brought to you by Teleflora - a leader in the flower delivery service for over 75 years. Teleflora helps its customers buy flowers online and specializes in bringing the freshest available flowers for a variety of holidays and occasions - all hand-delivered in keepsake vases by the best local florists.





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