Easter is a fresh and vibrant time of year. Spring is in the air, with fragrant flowers, crisp sunny days and clear blue skies.
It is the perfect time to dress your windows at home and refresh your space. Not only does a beautifully-dressed window space allow for a great focal point in the room but also it can help to create an inviting atmosphere and a seasonal twist. Well-dressed and well-maintained windows can even prove to be more environmentally friendly!
If you would like to make the most of your windows this Easter, take a look at some of the helpful tips below.
Refreshing your windows
The first step before dressing your windows is to spruce up the space itself. Give sills, ledges and fixtures a thorough wipe and ensure that your windows are in the best condition they can be. You can attend to any cracks, call a professional cleaner, or even replace them altogether. Spring is a great time to refresh your space. Look up local professionals for the best price close to you, such as double glazing in Leicester from companies such as http://www.absolutewindowsolutions.co.uk/. Don’t forget that new and effective windows are more energy efficient and cost effective. Some studies have even shown that they benefit the environment overall.
The best bouquets
Flowers – whether freshly cut or artificial and long-lasting – have an instant visual impact. You can personalise yours by getting creative. Tie them in a bouquet with string and place in a crystal vase, or be more playful and use welly boots, watering cans or another outdoorsy item to hold them.
Painted and ornamental eggs in pastel colours give a great sense of renewal and fresh starts. They can be artfully arranged and tied with ribbons and stickers for children.
Lambs and rabbits are instantly recognisable symbols of spring. You can use ornaments or figurines for a sleek feel, or even plush toys for a light-hearted look that will bring a smile to all who see them.
Herbs and succulents
It does not only have to be colourful flowers that steal the show. If your colour scheme is more understated, green herbs and succulents look just as fresh and attractive.
With a few tweaks and creative flourishes, you can transform your windows and dress them perfectly for Easter.