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Spring is well and truly here, so follow our tips to bring the new season into your home.



After the long, dark winter months, a splash of colour can work wonders to lift the spirits. Choose a room you’d like to redecorate and experiment with light, bright colours in different tones. If you want more contrast, try painting a feature wall in a darker shade or add pattern with wallpaper.



To make the most of the new season, use your conservatory every day. If yours is too chilly to sit in during colder weather, invest in Thomas Sanderson’s Duette® EnergySmart blinds. They will help to retain heat, maintaining a comfortable temperature in the room all year round. Your conservatory will quickly become your favourite room in the house and a space for all the family to enjoy.



What better way is there to bring spring in than to fill your home with flowers? They pack a powerful punch by adding colour and scent in one go. Choose fragrant hyacinths and peonies, or colourful narcissi, irises and primroses. Don’t forget luscious green house plants such as aspidistra, variegated snake plant or philodendron, all of which are easy to grow and look after.



This is the time of year to make the most of fresh air and let in as much natural light as possible. Curtains tend to obscure window frames but Thomas Sanderson’s made-to-measure blinds and shutters allow you to maximise sunlight and enjoy the view; when fully open, they create a beautiful, streamlined look. All our blinds and shutters put you in complete control of the light, shade and privacy in your home so they’re the most flexible and practical way to dress your windows.



Finally, use accessories to instantly add a fresh new look to your home. Try cushions in bold botanicals or soft florals, handmade woollen throws for those chilly evenings, and metallic photo frames and mirrors. 

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