To be able to partner with Annie Selke today on our living room refresh is an absolute dream for me and they are a brand that I have admired for so long. Their style is classic and beautiful and always makes a home look inviting. I’ve been eager to switch out our gray drapes (seen here) for awhile since this room doesn’t always get the best light. I wanted something that would brighten up the room and make everything pop. Switching out the dark gray curtains for these ivory linen curtains was one of the best decisions I’ve made it quite awhile 😉
Annie Selke makes a wide selection of panels to choose from and they coordinate so well with their other furniture and decor. I was deciding between a few different options (Option 1, Option 2, Option 3) and ultimately decided on option 1 for our particular space. The curtains arrived and honestly, I was blown away by the quality. The linen fabric is absolutely beautiful and they hang just right. Since ironing 10 curtain panels was the very last thing in the world I wanted to do, I hung them and then used my steamer and VOILA! Ready to go!
When it comes to refreshing your home for spring, don’t go crazy. Switching out a few things here and there is all you need to brighten up your space and make it feel inviting. I love to bring out the faux florals and spring greenery. All I did to refresh our living room space was add some faux greenery and florals! These are items that can last throughout the summer season as well and they can easily be rotated in and out year after year.
Lastly, I switch out the pillows/throws that we had out for the winter (think fur and cable knit) for a brighter, more spring-like feel! I have a lot of basic ivory pillows that I always go back to and these are the ones I spread out along the couches! A few accent pillows are the only ones you need to switch out season to season!
I would love to see what your homes look like for the spring season! Send them to my email or message me on social media! 🙂
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of ANNIE SELKE. The opinions and text are all mine.