5 Spring Colors that Will Revive Your Home

We can see why spring is one of the most loved seasons since it represents rebirth and renewal, while it’s also a sign that warmer days are ahead and summer is near. Spring has a way of representing new beginnings as the winter starts to melt away and flowers begin to blossom all around us. This is not just the perfect time for spring cleaning, this is also the perfect time to bring in the new. Whether it’s new pieces for your wardrobe, new furniture, or small accents for your home, here are the hottest colors for this spring!

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Bright yellow

Does it seem like you have seen pops of yellow when scrolling through your social media feed? If you have, that’s because yellow is this spring’s hottest color. Not your subtle yellow either, we’re talking bright yellow. Adding small hints of this color throughout your home will brighten up any room. Whether you add a large yellow flower arrangement to your coffee or dining table, yellow throw pillows to your sofa or chair, or small yellow lemon accents to your kitchen such as hand towels or by placing a handmade lemon bowl on your kitchen island from Vivid Hue Home, you’ll see a big difference no matter how big or small your touches are. 

French blue

This smokey gray-blue color is one of the most popular colors for interior designers this year. From bathroom and kitchen cabinets, to furniture such as chaises and even paint and wallpaper, this color is being used from the smallest detail in furniture to the largest areas in a home. This color will go with just about anything because of its grey undertone which is the trendiest color in interior design. Having the blue mixed in makes this color popular, especially with millennials looking to put a twist to an ordinary grey. This color is so loved, it’s even popular with wedding invitations and used as hints of decor in wedding ceremonies and receptions — making it the perfect color for any spring event. 

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