5 Ways to Change up your Home Decor for Spring

Posted in Interior Design
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With all this downtime on your hands, you might be gazing to the four corners of your home with an itch to redecorate. Turn to these recent spring collections and catalogues for inspiration on how to transform your home decor for the season.

Zen Neutrals

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Danish design brand BoConcept has launched a set of minimalist accessories for Spring/Summer 2020, and we are all for it. Balance out intricate lines of other pieces in your home with these short and podgy abstract vessels from the new Pillars series, which offer an intriguing understatement of whatever you place in them — be it blooming plants, letters, keys or seasonal fruit.

Available from BoConcept

Pastel Masterpiece

With a number of classic Italian design house Cassina’s signature pieces now available at Lane Crawford and at the firm’s flagship showroom in Central opened last year, it’s more accessible than ever if you’ve ever been hunting a mid-century modern masterpiece for your home. We’re particularly obsessed with the timeless appeal of certain pieces, such as how the sweet robin’s egg hue of these Mexique low-level tables — first created between 1938 and 1939 — stand out in a room of warm neutrals. It’s also available in coral, tan and black, as well as matte or gloss finish. A stylish trick to borrow, for sure. 

Mexique table available from Cassina, 2-3/F, 38 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong

Not your Nonna’s Florals

“Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking.” Miranda Priestley a la Meryl Streep famously quipped in 2006 film The Devil Wears Prada. But this stunning new motif by storied wallpaper house De Gournay is nothing cliché — and possibly just the thing to revitalise a staid wall or room (provided your furnishings aren’t already too busy, that is). This new design has been two years in the works as a collaborative effort between De Gournay and UK Fashion designer Erdem Moralioğlu, who has made a series of dresses with the same print. The hand painted wall motif features spring in full bloom with florals and birds in dynamic composition. It’s available on four design colourways on four dyed silk grounds: ‘Imperial Yellow’, ‘Golden Yellow’, ‘Adam Grey’, and the new ‘Kelly Green’.

Available at Altfield Interiors, Unit 1101, 9 Queen’s Road Central, +852 2524 4867

A Natural Touch

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They don’t call it ‘spring cleaning’ for nothing. In your effort to Marie Kondo your apartment and keep only the clutter that brings you joy, we propose a back-to-nature approach to really clean up your living space. These storage solutions from Tree belong to the Kayu collection, featuring a gorgeous untreated grain from solid reclaimed teak. The luscious texture of the shelves make for an attractive backdrop to showcase your indoor plant collection, your curated knick knacks, and all the sweet, newfound space.

Available from Tree

The Greater Gatsby

Velvet upholstery, while popularised in the autumn/winter seasons of late in lush jewel tones, is fresh again for the spring season when you play around with geometric-cut patterns and exuberant tones. This mesmerising collection of textiles by Jim Thompson pays homage to the Jazz Age (hence its name), and is perfect for everything in the room that you want to make pop: from headboards to throw cushions. It is the 20s, after all.

Available from Altfield Interiors

Evelyn Lok
When not trying out the latest beauty and wellness trends, Evelyn is likely enjoying a perfectly balanced negroni or exploring some of Hong Kong's best new places to eat and drink. She covers everything from the biggest events in town to interviews with Hong Kong specialists, with topics spanning art, food and drink, health, tech, and travel.