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Here Comes The Sun! Soft and Bold Spring Decor for April


Spring is the season of new beginnings, and it's the perfect time to explore new ideas for your home and patio. April, in particular, is a transitional month that takes us from showers to flowers. This year's spring decor trends complement that idea by blending bright pops of color with subtle metallics for the perfect marriage of soft and bold.

Ice Cream Colors

A bold twist on a spring classic, ice cream colors are super saturated pastels. They're softer than brights, so you can choose several without feeling overwhelmed. These are a great choice for your patio or garden, since they pair well with jewel tones or muted neutrals. 
Get the look: Pair coral cushions with mint throw-pillows on a wicker sofa for a sugary sweet spring treat.


Metallics

Metallics are back in a big way, and this spring, gold takes center stage. This soft, glitzy shade can help tie a room together or act as a focal point. Softer than silver or copper, gold pairs well with almost any color palette, so you're free to experiment.
Get the look: Choose pieces with subtle gold hardware, or go all-out with a rich gold accent wall. Try table lamps with glittery gold bases or textiles with shimmering threads.

Tropical Paradise

This spring trend blends the previous two together with ease. Saturated pinks, greens, and oranges paired with gold accents make any room look like an island oasis. Incorporate textured pieces like hammered gold vases or macrame wall art to tie it all together.
Get the look: Create tropical vibes in your sunroom with punchy palm leaf prints, golden sofa frames, and plenty of hanging plants.



This spring's trends were designed to work together in harmony. Highlight the transition from inside to outside by using gold accents indoors, ice cream colors in the patio or garden, and a blend of both in the sunroom. It's like having a little piece of spring everywhere you look.

Looking for ways to incorporate a sunroom design into your home? See eye-catching designs on Facebook at @Sunroom, on Pinterest @FourSeasonsHP, or on Instagram @SunroomsWindows.

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