Spring may not immediately come to mind when considering when to decorate the home; however, with the abundance of spring flowers and Easter, there is plenty of opportunity to create a display that will celebrate the arrival of warmer weather and the renewal this time of year brings. Here are some spring window ideas to make you smile.
Felt garlands have trended in the crafting scene recently, and for good reason. They are sustainable, easy to make, and incredibly versatile. Easter and spring provide wonderful inspiration for garlands, with the potential to add ducks, Easter eggs, bunnies, carrots, and spring flowers in lovely pastel shades. Garlands draped across high-quality windows or UPVC doors Cirencester from companies such as www.truhouse.co.uk/double-glazing/doors/upvc-doors/cirencester/ will bring cheer and interest.
Wreaths are not just for Christmas! Traditional wreath bases made of moss can be used as a base for pretty much anything, including ceramic eggs, spring flowers, and other decorative items. There is also a growing trend for beautiful and sustainable dried flower wreaths. These will last years and can be made in soft pastel colours using flowers harvested from your garden the previous year.
You could also try bending reeds and willows into a traditional wreath shape and adding two ears to make a bunny wreath.
A big, bountiful bouquet of flowers
When many people think of spring, they think of flowers – and probably chocolate! From tulips to forget-me-nots, fritillaries, snowdrops, daffodils and alliums, there really is a copious bounty. Why not make your own spring bulb bunch and display it in your front window? You will get even more satisfaction and pleasure from a bunch of flowers when you have grown them yourself.