Spring — the perfect time to give your home a little makeover and freshen things up. Design experts have shared what’s in this season. You may have started seeing these everywhere — in retail stores, your Instagram feed, online shopping, etc. Take inspiration from these cool interior design trends to jazz up your space.


Hello Color!

People are getting tired of neutral interiors and are starting to inject some color into their spaces. After all, this is a season of vibrance and life, like the blooming flowers around us. Popular colors this season are emerald green, cobalt blue, and burnt orange to add a pop of personality to your space. Don’t be afraid to go bold with accent walls, statement furniture, and colorful artwork.

Interior designer Matthew Williamson thinks “unusual colour combinations will become more commonplace as people strive to create unique homes”.


Vintage Revival

Vintage Revival

Image by Elsie Headboard, Trove by Studio Duggan

Say goodbye to minimalism because there’s a new trend in town! It’s all about mixing it up with updated chintz. Imagine vintage floral patterns meeting modern design—it’s like adding a personal touch to your space that’s totally unique to you!


70’s Vibes

Give your space a nostalgic touch with vintage-inspired decor and retro accents. From mid-century modern furniture to antique accessories, adding a touch of vintage charm can add character and personality to your home.



More is more when it comes to maximalist design. Mixing patterns can totally work wonders! Stick to shades that vibe well together or go for colors that are opposite on the color wheel. Play around with prints of different sizes and layer them up with your furniture and upholstery for that extra oomph!


Capital “S” for Sustainable

Eco-conscious furniture made from recycled or upcycled materials is gaining popularity. Look for pieces that are sustainably sourced and environmentally friendly to add a green touch to your home.

“Clients are increasingly looking for a greater connection to the outdoors in their homes, whether that is a literal connection via roof terraces, balconies and beautifully landscaped gardens, or more subtle nods to greenery and nature throughout the home.” — Chris Pask, director at Charlton Brown.


Artisanal Accents

Add a touch of craftsmanship to your home with artisanal decor like handcrafted pottery, woven baskets, and handmade textiles. Celebrate artisanal techniques and support local artisans while adding unique and one-of-a-kind pieces to your space.


Earthy Oasis

You don’t necessarily need to buy new things — bring the outdoors in with nature-inspired decor like leafy prints, fresh plants, and natural materials such as rattan, wood and stone. It’s all about creating a connection to nature and tranquil atmosphere.


A Play on Patterns

Whether it’s vibrant hues like teal and mustard or eye-catching geometric prints, don’t be afraid to make a statement with your decor. You do you, embrace your individuality — that’s the general theme for interior design this year.

“This spring, I’m encouraging my clients to pattern mix to their hearts’ content!” says Amber Guyton of Blessed Little Bungalow. “Don’t be afraid to layer different patterns with bold colors, even if the foundational color palette is neutral. Mix in something unexpected and outside of your comfort zone to take things up a notch and add interest”. 


Modern Floral Patterns

Image from Good Homes Magazine

They’re a timeless choice that adds a fresh, feminine touch to any room. Whether it’s on fabrics, wallpaper, rugs, or accessories, floral prints never go out of style!


Bold geometry

Think eye-catching, graphic patterns that bring a modern flair to your space. You can go big and bold with geometric designs on rugs, walls, fabrics, and more. They add a touch of drama and movement to any room!



From leaves and branches to birds and butterflies, these patterns create a calming, peaceful vibe in your home. Incorporate them into your decor through fabrics, wallpaper, tiles, and carpets for a serene atmosphere that brings the outdoors in!


There’s something for everyone in these interior design trends for Spring this year. Which of these are you trying out? Share with us in the comments!