The spring season is a time we particularly enjoy here at Ponsford. As the days start to feel fresher our minds turn to interiors which make us feel renewed, and when it comes to decorative accents, we can’t help feeling invigorated by organic shapes and colours which reflect a desire to be outdoors more and welcome the newness that spring offers our homes. When it comes to adding a touch of spring through your home décor, some simple touches like the addition of new artwork and ceramics can be all that’s needed to evoke an element of the new into your design scheme.

Of course, green is a go-to when it comes to spring but don’t feel that you must devote your entire interiors scheme to a green palette to create a suitable atmosphere. Shades of nature here and there are just enough to lift most homes so our wide range of home accessories might be just what you’re looking for to inject that feeling of freshness into your interiors.

 

The organic shapes of our Tulipiere Vases in green and white make for a striking spring statement alongside the Dormia Glass Vase.

 

Displaying flowers in spring is of course an easy way to increase the sense of liveliness in any room but if you’re bored with sticking to the traditional why not create something a bit more stimulating with a Tulipiere Vase? Whether you opt for simple foliage to emphasise their natural form or want to construct a riot of colour with a variety of blooms they will certainly do the trick.

Pairing them against another texture, like the cooler toned Iceberg Green Dormia Glass Vase pictured above is another great way of keeping things contemporary. Green and white works perfectly against pink and the delicate shade of Farrow and Ball Middleton Pink on the brickwork backdrop is bright enough to encapsulate that spring morning feeling whilst having a cool enough undertone to not feel overly sweet.   

 

Our Kavala Earthenware Vases come in a selection of pastel shades and take their inspiration from classic Greek ceramic shapes. 

 

If you’re a fan of ceramics but prefer to keep things more minimal then the Kavala range of Earthenware Vases offer the subtly of spring toned pastels alongside shapes which are bold enough to make a statement.

With a range of designs inspired by ancient Greek pottery the addition of a backdrop that plays with these shapes like the ‘Pots and Pears’ artwork featured here gives a cheeky nod to seventies styled kitchenalia. Whether you want to bask in an atmosphere of bacchanalian revelry or have in mind a more Margo Leadbetter themed evening this look will have you covered. A darker rose toned pink like 'Sulking Room Pink' featured on the brickwork here is also perfectly at home in a kitchen or dining room. 

 

Glazed ceramics in muted tones like this oversized vase and pitcher offer  the perfect vessels for simple spring arrangements 

 

Studio style glazed ceramics never go out of fashion because their natural honesty of form and attractive colourways make them timeless. Taking an oversized matching vase and pitcher gives you the boldness and scale to create an impressive table centrepiece or arrange a point of interest on a hallway sideboard. It doesn’t matter if you’re more drawn towards a simple spray of daisies or want to inject a plethora of colour with purple irises – whatever spring flower you prefer will work well against the subtle blues and bronzes. Placed against ‘Setting Plaster Pink’ on light wood furniture as shown here helps keep the spring vibe light and airy.

 
Playful bright colours next to metallic accents give an edge of glamour to spring interiors

 

If you like the idea of your spring interiors being a bit more ‘bling’ you can avoid taking this into tacky by keeping metallics muted. Opt for classic ceramic shapes like the ginger jar pictured here – the strong orange brings everything bang up to date and provides the perfect pairing for bronze toned planters and golden flourishes on feathers.

The best thing about seasonally styling your home is that these accents can be stored away during autumn and winter and brought out again year after year. So if you’re a fan of perennials indoors as well as in the garden then why not consider stepping into spring with something a little different this year?

 
Items featured in this article:
Top image: Kavala Large Pitcher in Lime Green: £59.00
Top image: Kavala Hazel Earthenware Vessel £25.00
Second image: Giant Tulipiere in Green: £108.00
Second image: Large Tulipiere in White: £74.00
Second image: Dornia Vase in Iceberg Green: £54.00
Third image: Kavala Blue Double Handle Vase: £17.50
Third image: Lime Green Pitcher and Hazel Vessel as before
Third image: Artwork in backdrop 'Pots & Pears' £197.00
Fourth image: Large Glazed Pottery Vase: £44.00
Fourth image: Glazed Pottery Pitcher £27.00
Fifth image: Large Orange Giselle Jar: £127.00
Fifth image: Burnished Bronze Giraffe Pattern Planter: £74.50  
Fifth image: Artwork in backdrop 'Flourish': £130.00
All everlasting foliage featured above is available from a selection in-store. 

All decorative items featured in this article along with prices are available in-store only and are correct at the date and time of this article being published.
Please be aware that our range of home décor constantly changes and we are usually unable to place orders for home accessories once our stock has sold.