Maple syrup, cherry blossoms, spring skiing, and incredible waterfalls – springtime in Canada is an unstoppable celebration. Though short-lived, the season is great for reviving and refueling. This is also the ideal time to spruce up your home decor. Bring in the perfect spring blooms, pastel pots, colored pillow covers, or spring wreaths canada to get the season started in style. Find out more inspiring ideas to decorate your home this season.
In this article, you will find a list of tips to help you enhance the look and feel of your home. Add more curb appeal to your home by following these tips.
The article also includes a tutorial on making tulip wreaths.
Tips to enhance the appeal of your entrances and front hall this spring
Even if you have perfectly placed your urns, pots, and wreaths for warm spring effects, there is a lot more work to be done in order to make your home truly stand out. Here are some ideas to enhance the appearance of your entrances, front room, and mantel this spring.
- According to the top interior designers, mantels for fireplaces are the focal point of a front room. A place like this undergoes significant changes with the changing seasons. Bring color to the mantles with flower accents and set the mood for spring.
- Choose colors that represent spring and summer for your candles.
- Decorate floral arrangements with items such as mirror works and seashells to add a spring feel.
- If you feel that your front room lacks the spring look, add on a few items like white blinds, colorful cushions, and peppy decors to the room. According to Feng Shui, front rooms and entrances should be arranged appropriately to bring in the right energy.
- Hang a fresh flower wreath on your door or walls to bring the spring feeling inside. You can always opt for artificial wreaths if you are busy at work. A DIY wreath is described in detail in the following section.
DIY Spring Tulip wreath
To make a fresh Tulip wreath, you might need the following items:
- Mini faux Tulip- 9-14 bunches
- Foam wreath
- Wire cutters
- 1.5 meters satin ribbon
- Twine/ string
- Hot glue or floral pins
- Cut the long stem from each bush bunch of Tulip. Each bush consists of 8 stems, with each having up to 2 to 3 blooms. Trim the stem to the required length, keeping the leaves toward the base.
- Use a floral pin or hot glue to secure the satin ribbon onto the wreath.
- Wrap the ribbon along with the wreath and tuck the tulips on the go. Each wrapping can tuck in two stems alternatively. Make the wrappings closer to the blooms so that they are held tight.
- It is alright to overlap the ribbon towards the center of the wreath, but ensure that they do not overlap on the outer edge. Consistent wrapping and tucking are important not to run out of flowers and ribbons.
- Cover the entire foam evenly with ribbon and tulips. The final adjustment might need the use of hot glue to fill up the space with tulips.
- Secure the ribbon with hot glue or floral pins after tucking in the final Tulip onto the foam.