Refresh your home this spring: 5 amazingly simple designer secrets revealed

With an extra hour of daylight, colorful blooms taking shape and warm temperatures moving in – springtime really can feel like a breath of fresh air! As our natural surroundings get more beautiful and our days get brighter, it only seems fitting to carry that momentum into your home design. We talked to some of our designer partners, and our instincts were right – a change in seasons means it’s time for a home refresh. Tune in as we unveil some of the best kept secrets on how you can give your home a facelift for spring – straight from the design experts themselves!

Toll Brothers kitchen design by Possibilities for Design featuring Progress Lighting North Park
Toll Brothers kitchen design by Possibilities for Design featuring Progress Lighting North Park

“Declutter! There is nothing more liberating than freeing your living space of excess.” – Lindsay Huhn, Interior Designer, Possibilities for Design

Project completed by Vicki Payne featuring Progress Lighting Airpro Fan
Project completed by Vicki Payne featuring Progress Lighting Airpro Fan

“Put away all your dark accessories such as afghans, pillows and floral arrangements. Roll up your dark rugs and replace them with light weight, sisal or cotton rugs.” – Vicki Payne, Interior Designer and Host of For Your Home with Vicki Payne

Project completed by Beazer Homes
Project completed by Beazer Homes

“I love natural and natural-looking products  – seagrass rugs, linen pillows, fresh greens from my yard in vases.” – Gwynne Liebl, Atlanta Purchasing and Design Center Manager, Beazer Homes

Fresnel Nisse Kitchen PFD H
Project completed by Possibilities for Design and Toll Brothers featuring Progress Lighting Nissé chandelier and Fresnel pendants

“Get out those sea shells and light colored books, white bowls and platters.” – Vicki Payne, Interior Designer and Host of For Your Home with Vicki Payne

Project completed by Possibilities for Design and Toll Brothers
Project completed by Possibilities for Design and Toll Brothers. Recessed fixtures by Progress Lighting.

“Adding some color through pillows and draperies is a simple and cost effective way to spruce up the place.” – Lindsay Huhn, Interior Designer, Possibilities for Design