Spring is always a celebration of new beginnings and the perfect time to give your home a fresh look. A key ingredient to a successful re-design process is making sure that you work around being sustainable.

With the environment suffering major crisis, we are happy to see new takes on production and décor that are easy on the eye and at the same time leave a less extreme footprint on our sensitive planet and it’s resources.

In order to be as sustainable as possible ask yourself what type of materials you will be using, what you are purchasing and who you are purchasing from and remember to re-use materials and give back. Wood is a traditional material that will never go out of style. People increasingly seek to connect with nature also through materials.

Whether it’s contextually appropriate or the perfect counterpoint to help modernize an existing space, wood is a timeless, versatile material. Another connection to nature has manifested itself through the use of leather.  Leather is a natural material that is re-gaining importance in interior design.

“Boho” comes and goes and this year it is here to stay. Reconnecting to mother nature goes well with embracing your inner hippie. Layer fun textures and prints to create your personal bohemian vibe. “Boho” comes in various intensities.

This year it is more about a brighter and cleaner realization of this look.