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5 Decorating Tips for Your Condo This Spring!

For a fresh, spring style!
5 idées déco pour faire entrer le printemps dans votre condo

Feeling spring on the tip of your nose? The sun has arrived in Montreal, bringing much needed milder temperatures and longer days. The windows of decorating shops have deserted their dark colors to make way for the bright and beautiful colors of spring.

We went out in search of this spring’s hottest decorating trends to inspire you and bring some spring back into your condo!

The color of spring: coral!

Fresh and a bit provocative, coral is a hot addition for interiors this spring. A rich mix between red and pink, it brings a touch of pep that you’ll appreciate very quickly.

Pair it up with raw wood for an exotic ambience, with green for exteriors or “urban jungle” style interiors, blue for going ‘big’, and gold to add a chic side to your rooms!

Coral brings warmth and immediately enhances interiors.

You can find it in multiple accessories at Must, which we discussed in this article. Don’t hesitate to stop by the store, at 186 Peel Street in Griffintown, to shop for any items you see that you like.

Cactus, we love it!

Spring is synonymous with sunshine, café terraces, and of course, the first leaves appearing on trees. It’s also the time of year we all seem to want to spruce up our interiors with a little green: we want green, botanical, natural!

We find cacti for all kinds,” says the manager of Ludovik, a decoration shop on Notre-Dame Street.

On plates, in hanging pots, candles, on the windowsill, etc. And it’s really not that surprising: besides being very practical as a plant (almost no maintenance!), they come in all different shapes and colors. Ideal for bringing a touch of botany to your home.

The cactus-shaped pots by Ludovik, a sweet mix of chic and original!

For more information on decorative cacti, visit Ludovik decorations at 1318 Notre Dame Street West, Montreal.

Foutas, an indispensable item!

A fouta is a cotton fabric towel of Tunisian origin, traditionally used in steam rooms. An object that truly does everything, you won’t be able to go on without it!

They have many uses, such as a sofa or table cloth, picnic towel, beach towel or even an evening wrap to name a few, and they are available in multiple colors. If you want to be trendy this spring, opt for a coral color!

Foutas from Famille Nomad are available at Ludovik deco shop.

Gold, for a touch of sophistication!  

A must for 2017, it’s really making headway this spring. There are many shades of gold: brass, gilded, brushed, smooth and shiny gold, and so on.

Add a few touches to your interiors for a nuanced, sophisticated look.

Gold, one of 2017’s hot decorating trends!

A painting, a lamp, a bedside table, or even the kitchen sink, let your imagination run free! If you want to get inspired, go and check out the showroom at Must.

Marble, always trendy!

We already talked about marble in our 2017 decorating trends article, and for good reason.

Marble is still one of the most beautiful materials for your interior in 2017!

The indispensable marble object you need in your kitchen? Cutting boards! Both practical and chic, whether light or dark, they bring modernity and a certain quality to the room!

The marble cutting board, a must have for your kitchen!

Nous vous en parlions dans notre article dédié aux tendances déco de 2017, le marbre continue de séduire.

L’objet indispensable en marbre à avoir dans sa cuisine ? Les planches à découper ! Objets à la fois pratique et déco, qu’elles soient claires ou foncées elles apportent de la modernité et une texture certaine à votre pièce!

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