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| Martina Pardo | Interior Design Tips

Hello Everyone! Finally, Spring is approaching. I love to go out when the air gets crisp, and nature shows all its colours again. Me and Rick love to take long walks in parks and just breathe again with this feeling of renewal.

Despite the weather improving though, this year is still likely to be quite different from our normality. Many of us might still be forced to stay at home the vast majority of the time, and the situation is likely to go on like this for a while too.

To deal with this situation then, I have been taking even more care of my interior spaces. It is something that really improves our everyday life, and it is undoubtedly more significant as we almost never leave home. If you happen to have some outdoor space, a balcony, or a small garden available, that’s even better! Organising that will make it even easier to spend time relaxing and recharging properly.

So, today I thought I’d give out some advice on how to refurbish your interior and outdoor spaces. This way you can give them a fresh and bright look right on time for the new season that’s coming to make them more enjoyable as the weather improves.

About the Colours

I selected a number of items with pastel tones for the most part to convey a sense of relaxation. The tones of green, ivory white, beige, and grey also mix well with natural tones of green and brown. So along with recalling indirectly the natural world as described in the Principles of Biophilic Design, which helps concentration and productivity, they also mix well with surrounding natural elements, whether you are indoor or outdoor.

To this, I added some stronger colour accents here and there such as the olive green floor lamp, the yellow cushions, or some black accents to contrast and make the complex more interesting.

Living Room

living room interior

  1. Wood Wall Clock – Etsy – Wood wall clock with shelves

  2. Set of 4 Prints – Etsy – Set of 4 prints, Minimal Art Set

  3. Cushions – Wayfair.co.uk – Sayuri Cotton Cushion with Filling
    H&M – Wool-blend cushion cover

  4. Pots and Plants – Patch Plants – Glazed Rim Pots and Big Kentia Palm

  5. Wall Baskets – Swedish Ninja – Diagonal Wall Basket Grey

  6. Printable Wall Art – Etsy – Abstract Stairs Printable Wall Art

  7. Coffee tables – John Lewis – Calia Coffee Table with Nest of 2 Tables, Oak

  8. Floor Lamp – Houseof – Olive green diffuser floor lamp

  9. Rug – Minna – Lines Rug Oat

  10. Table lamp – The Conran Shop – Cestita Table Lamp Pine Opal Glass

  11. Chest – Etsy – Sustainable seaweed chest

  12. Bowl – Maison du Monde – Territoire Solid Mango Wood Trinket Bowl with Graphic Print

  13. Rattan Decorative Stools – Made – Aakko

  14. Accent chair – Made – Elvi

Outdoor

outdoor interior

  1. Earthenware Planter with Stand – Made – Mano

  2. Sun Umbrella – Maison du Monde – Palavas Aluminium and Terracotta Patterned Fabric Sun Lounger

  3. Cushions – Alinea – Barras large
                                     Barras small

  4. Fire pit – Maison du Monde – Metal outdoor fire pit in black D 100cm

  5. Garden hanging chair – Made – Lyra

  6. Side table – Overstock – 20-inch Round Acacia Outdoor Side Table by Havenside Home
     

  7. Outdoor chairs – West Elm – Outdoor Slope Lounge Chair

  8. Garden Stool, marble effect – Made – Edson

  9. Coffee tables – Swedish Ninja – Zick Zack White
     

  10. Lantern – Maison du Monde – Hinatea Glass and Woven Wicker Lantern
     

  11. Pot – Maison du Monde – Terrango Terracotta Fibreglass Pot H70
    Vase – Maison du Monde – Lisbonne White and Grey Striped Basin H62

  12. Watering can – Made – Wren

These are my inspiration tips for your Interior in Spring 2021. I hope these will give you some interesting ideas. Let me know your thoughts on Social Media! Also, if you'd you like some more interior inspo? Subscribe to our newsletter!


Martina Pardo

Written by: Martina Pardo

I am Martina, an Italian designer based in London. I spend most of my time designing interiors or writing about it. I also love travelling. You may find me walking around the East End of London, drinking coffee and stopping at every single bookshop I bump into.

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