Getting Your Home Ready for Spring


Getting your home ready for Spring can seem like a daunting task, especially after the hectic Christmas and New Year period. However, there are a couple of simple Spring cleaning steps you can take that will help you get your home ready for both Spring and the rest of the year.


The first thing you should do when getting your home ready for Spring is to declutter and bin or donate any unnecessary items you no longer use. A cluttered house can have a detrimental effect on your physical and mental wellbeing, which is why it’s important to keep your home clean, cosy and free from clutter. The key to decluttering is to approach the task room by room; pick a room and start in one area, moving around the room as you declutter each drawer, storage unit and surface. Move onto the next room only when you have completed the first. Remember to clean and hoover as you complete each room. A powerful vacuum cleaner like the Dyson DC54 Animal Vacuum Cleaner will make quick work of carpets in need of a clean.


Once you’ve decluttered your house, the next thing you should do is go through your wardrobes and get rid of any old clothing. Categorise unwanted clothing into donations and recycling, and organise the remaining clothes in wardrobes by season. You may also consider purchasing a new wardrobe, and units like the Jutzler Sofia 2m Oak and Mirror Sliding Wardrobe offer a stylish and efficient method for storage.


We always recommend purchasing new bedding once Spring arrives, as freshening up your bedroom will have a positive influence on how well you sleep. Buy new linen, a new duvet and new pillows to maximise the comfort of your bed, and think about purchasing a new mattress if it’s been a few years since you bought your last one. Mattresses like the Thermopure 30 Mattress utilise thick layers of Kaytex support foam to provide unrivalled posture support, meaning you’ll wake up feeling more rested in the morning.

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