The best DIY spring decor updates for every room of the house – The Telegraph
A quicker fix is to give your kitchen floor an update with a runner. Ruggable’s runners are inexpensive, starting from £79, and come in the form of a rug pad that clings to the floor and a patterned cover that can be removed and machine-washed, making them a good option for high-traffic areas.
You don’t necessarily have to make major changes to your bathroom to give it a new look. Putting a house plant on the windowsill, hanging a picture and decluttering your bathroom products (as a general rule, throw out anything that has been open for more than a year), are all quick and cost-free ways to refresh the room.
Bathroom accessories have been a best-selling category for companies such as John Lewis, who report that customers are buying towels, bath mats, storage jars and baskets, and soap dishes and dispensers, to help give their bathroom a spa-hotel vibe.
Painting your bathroom ceiling – usually the smallest ceiling in the house – is a job that can be done in a day, perhaps in Dulux’s Bright Skies, to give the room the feel of a spring morning.