For a spring atmosphere, you should take your cues from Easter colors. These are pastels, light, airy hues, including greens, yellows, and pink tones. Generally holidays such as Easter are associated with certain colors, not for religious or historical reasons, but because of the season they represent. That is why you can often use holiday patterns as a crutch, when you are having trouble determining the best way to evoke the season.
Decorating your home is all about creating a specific feeling, an atmosphere that affects the people who enter a room. When engaging in seasonal decorating, the goal is to evoke the natural world, in one of its elementary states; winter, spring, summer, or fall. This is done using a variety of design elements which are pretty much inherent to any indoor space. Of these elements, none are more important than color and pattern.
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