From exterior to interior you have to prepare your home to the warmer weather once it hits.
1. Start from exterior.
During winter time exterior has taken more wear and tear from the harsh winter. Replace old or cracking caulk and replace weather stripping.
2. Landscape secrets.
Prepare your garden hoses, walkways and adjacent areas to your landscaping.
White accents immediately brighten up any space.
Nothing sings "spring" like the color yellow. You can bring pots of yellow daffodils into your living area to make the space happy. Plants are more cost efficient, last longer than freshly cut flowers and the bulbs can be replanted in the garden at the end of the season.
Budding branches and flowering branches are a quick way to bring the outdoors in. Renewal is something that brings hope for the future and life into the home.
Remove heavy drapes and replace them with sheer materials such as voile or lace.Also, check flea markets for summer-inspired paintings of flowers, cottages and beach scenes.
Going green takes simple smarts and small steps. Follow three Rs—refurbish, repaint and recycle—to be a stylish and eco-friendly home designer. By reusing old furniture, frames, artwork and more, you're making your own small contribution to saving our planet.