Happy Easter – Try out your spring decorating Ideas in RoomSketcher

Happy Easter - Try out your spring decorating Ideas in RoomSketcher

With Easter just a few days away, many of us will be rushing around buying chocolates, flowers and bunny shaped treats for the relaxing spring weekend. In RoomSketcher we have a number of Easter themed items that you can decorate your RoomSketcher projects with.

The items available include eggs, a Peter Rabbit themed goodie bag, chicks, rabbit cut outs, chocolate and (my personal favourite) the cuddly toy bunny.

You could also create a fresh spring feeling around your RoomSketcher plan by adding flowers and plants to your rooms. You could even hang a number of our pictures of flowers on the walls or create a lovely outdoor patio or garden scene.

For those of you who are keen to get some spring decorating underway over the coming weeks, springy chartreuse green with deep pink, calming pastel blue walls, and lavender with rich yellow accents are all on popular this season. You can combine traditional floral prints with graphic trellis prints in wallpaper, carpets and fabrics to get a fresh modern look. Selecting the correct color combination can really brighten up a living room, giving it a fresh and airy feeling.

Interior Design Trends For Spring 2014

Remember to try out your colour choices in RoomSketcher first to make sure it looks great before you go down to the hardware store. To get the best and most realistic view of what your decoration plans will look like, use the 3D Photos feature to see how the light and shadow dissipates through the room.

Spring 2014 Interior Design Trends Visualized In RoomSketcher

If retail therapy is more of your thing, you can purchase brightly coloured bed spreads for the bedroom or cushions for the living room, which can have a similar effect without you having to pick up a paintbrush.

Whatever you Spring or Easter decoration plans are, be sure to visualize your ideas in RoomSketcher Home Designer first.

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