Spring/Summer Styling Tips

Home Design Ideas to transform your home this Summer. Summer Styling to improve your living space!

Short days and long chilly nights of the winter season have ended, giving headway to the bright and fresh summer days.

This change in season not only demands a change in your wardrobe, recipes, and self-care practices, but also in your home’s design.

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Whether it’s smaller summer accents to brighten up a room or a complete redesign of your home to welcome summer. We have compiled a list, inspired by nature. Which will help reflect the freshness of the summer season in your home.

Here’s 8 design ideas to embrace the spring - summer season in your home’s design:

1. Linen Living Redesign

Swapping out warmer bedding and furniture with lightweight and comfortable linens is the perfect way to start a design idea. Hence, breathable linen sheets, pillowcases, couch covers, and curtains will create an atmosphere of freshness. This will maintain a luxurious look and feel of your home’s design.

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The neutral tones of lines also pair perfectly with any design style and a versatile addition to any décor plan.

2. Flower Power

Get inspired by nature and let fresh floral aromas flow through your home by adding flower arrangements around your living spaces. Not only are flowers a quick and easy way to brighten up any room, but are an affordable, zero commitment element of summer inspired styling that you can introduce to your home.
fresh flowers

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Fresh Blooms from Irony Home are perfect for spring - summer home styling.

3. Coast to Coast redesign

A piece of coral on your coffee table, seashell-inspired vases, and dining accessories are all reminiscent of summertime joy. Adding these minor details to your living spaces will make your home feel like a warm summer day.
coastal home
You can shop the Irony Home Seashell Symphony Collection of transcendent aqua inspired home and dining accessories and pair beautifully with our sea salt home aroma collection.

4. Patio Prep

A good place to start with preparing your patio for the summer time is bringing out some outdoor furniture and arranging a comfortable seating area. Throw cushions, shady parasols, a coffee table, and some candles around the patio create the perfect atmosphere for both daytime and nighttime summer soirees with your loved ones.

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The Irony Home lighting collection has the perfect lamps, candles, and votives for your patio.

5. Summer time Hue’s

While vibrant hues can be tricky to pull off indoors, a statement décor piece, like a vibrant couch, bright curtains, or a summery wallpaper add a fresh summertime reminiscence without being a huge commitment.
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Neutral furniture pieces such as wicker chairs, cushioned ottomans, and clean-lined metal tables are perfect complements for these radiant summery hues like bright blues, gorgeous yellows, and fresh greens.

6. Sheer Textures and Rattan Furnishings

Sheer curtains are a great way to add a little flair to your room without blocking too much light, and when paired with rattan furnishings, they speak of summertime brightness.
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Rattan bar carts, center and side tables, and other rattan furnishings are low-maintenance summer accent pieces that work the summer magic effortlessly.

7. Ready your fire pit

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Make sure your fire pit is clean and in working condition before you use it—nothing ruins a fun summer evening like a faulty gas line. That said, nothing adds to the ambiance of an evening spent around an open fire pit quite like barbequing and toasted marshmallows.

8. Reconnect with nature

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Smaller ferns, succulents, and other home plants ventilate smaller places, and add a unique freshness to the outdoors. Place green plants around your home to welcome home the beauty of summer blooms, into your home.
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