Three Easy Spring Décor and Interior Design Ideas

Three Easy Spring Décor and Interior Design Ideas

Ready for a spring refresh? Updating your home décor and interior design for the season doesn’t have to be a heavy lift. A few small touches can transform your space with minimal effort. We’ve put together a list of three easy ways to do just that. Be sure to check out the gallery at the bottom of the page for even more inspiration! 

Create a complimentary color palette for your spring front porch

A home’s interior design starts at the front porch (which is why we created our welcome mats to begin with!). If you have a beautiful, bold front door then you can choose a doormat that ties in those colors or opt for a mat that pulls in the other features of your entry—like your decking, your patio, or your exterior walls—so the door can really pop. The Outlier comes in a variety of colors to help you do just that.

For your front porch accents, we love symmetrical décor pieces and flowerpots that tie into the color of the doormat while also bringing in the beautiful bright greens of spring. Prefer a more maximalist style? Let your welcome mat be the foundation for a host of potted plants in all shapes, sizes and colors. 

Add a little color to your living room and hallways

Shake off the winter blues with a pop of color for spring. Adding a runner to your hallway or swapping out the area mat in your living room is an easy way to refresh your décor without having to reimagine your entire space. Add a few house plants or swap out your existing planters with colors that echo your floor mat for a complete look.

The Insider in Upside Down Blue, Fans Blue, or Fans Green are a great starting point to build your spring palette.

Define your outdoor living spaces with an indoor / outdoor mat

It’s time to roll out the woven carpet for spring. Adding an indoor / outdoor mat to your covered porch can help you better define your outdoor living space while making it more enjoyable.

For a small, enclosed porch, pair a runner with two chairs and small table. Have a three-season room or an expansive patio? Opt for a few area mats to create separate sitting areas the same way you might in an open floor plan living room—a cozy statement chair, an outdoor couch, and a dining area.

For the mat itself, we recommend choosing a color that compliments your outdoor furniture. Whether you prefer a rustic farmhouse style or take a more modern approach, The Innerweave mat comes in a variety of patterns and colors to fit your interior design aesthetic so you can get a natural, woven look with technical fibers that are made with your porch in mind.