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IKEA's ideas to spruce up your home for Spring

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Spring is a time of renewal, the season to get back in touch with nature and the perfect time to focus on refreshing your home, and the best way to do that is by using colorful textiles. Reinventing the space around you can inspire a fresh perspective in all parts of your life.  

Renew your home in a way that celebrates the great outdoors with these nature-inspired tips from IKEA, the Life Improvement Store.

Tips from IKEA:


1. Add a touch of spring in your indoor living area As the outdoors come to life, make sure to reflect the change of seasons inside your home, as well. Use textiles to lighten and brighten your space and look to the colors and patterns in nature for design inspiration.

Product Suggestion:
EMMIE STRÅ cushion - $19.99
EKTROP chair white - $249.00
HERMINE Throw - $19.99

2. FRESHEN FABRICS in the bedroom: Swap cozy colored comforters for airy spring time bedspreads to keep cool and comfortable in springy weather.  
Take (small table displaying winter colors in bed linens than spring)

Product Suggestions:
EMMIE RUTA Duvet cover and pillowcase(s) - $39.99
EMMIE Rug pink - $14.99
ELVILDA cushion cover - $6.00

3. Add a touch of comfort to an outdoor living area: Enjoy the best seats outside of the house.  When the outdoors comes to life enjoy the natural colors of spring and summer in your outdoor living area.  Comfy and stylish pillows will make your outdoor space truly an outdoor living room.  

Product Suggestions:
ARHOLMA Sofa combination - $600
MORUM Rug dark gray $139.00
VALBORG cushion cover gray/white - $5.00

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