3 March 2016

POCKETS OF SPRING AND HOUSEOLOGY GIVEAWAY

styling spring and houseology giveawayI don't know about you but for me March brings hints of spring, sunshine and all things green and it couldn't come sooner. I am soooo over the grey that's been lingering and super excited for bright starts and ditching the winter wardrobe. Over the last few days I've been pottering around the house, trying to create pockets of happy and investing in a few more succulents and cacti – I mean, can you ever have too many?! – and what better way to display my new green babies than in these gorgeous Pleasure Domes from Houseology *swoon*

pockets of spring and houseology giveaway

I love the simple yet beautiful scandi design and natural wood, they certainly make my desk look spring ready! Also they're perfect for displaying treasured items in too, I've used the large dome to showcase one of our favourite books which would normally be stuck on a shelf out of eyesight, and I know I'll have lots of fun creating different displays depending on my mood.

scandinavian style at home

I've teamed up with the wonderful Houseology to offer you lot the chance to win a £50 to spend on the Wireworks range, so you can style yourself a succulent dome or maybe even choose something for the kitchen range or bathroom. All you need to do is use the options below to enter. Good luck! x

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*Term & Conditions
Prize: £50 to spend on Wireworks at Houseology.com
You must be a UK resident to be eligible for this competition; This voucher code is valid on items within the Wireworks category only; Free UK delivery will apply for your purchase; Voucher code is valid for one single transaction only, even where the full available balance is not met. Any value not used within one transaction will be forfeit; This prize is non-transferable and cannot be exchanged for monetary value; No cash alternatives to the stated prize will be offered; Valid until 31st December 2016.
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  1. I always think hyacinth bulbs and tulips feel so spring-like and remind me of my wedding bouquet too! xx

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  2. I buy flowers and I change the curtains, bedding and throws to more pastel colours!

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  3. Some fab pieces to help bring in spring!

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  4. I open the windows(on non-rainy days!) and have vases of fresh daffodils picked from my garden. All the blankets are washed and stored away and the carpets cleaned.

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  5. Buy flowers and make lemon cake!

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  6. Fresh flowers and opening the windows to let in the fresh air :)

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  7. I love the geo fruit bowl on houseology and I think it would bring some spring colour in having fresh fruit on display or alternatively using it as an interesting way of displaying flower heads possibly??

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  8. Lots of pretty flowers around the place x

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  9. I love Daffodils in spring so I will be having a big beautiful vase full of them!
    I also adore bright colours in the spring so perhaps I will have to buy in some nice bright little textiles ;)

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  10. Lots of fresh flowers!

    Ashleigh

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  11. Windows open and vases of flowers in the hallway and lounge

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  12. Spring clean the house and display daffodils

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  13. With a bright vase and some flowers

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  14. By baking delicious drizzle loaves like lemon and citrus orange ones!

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  15. Fresh flowers always does the trick :)

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  16. Give the windows a really good clean, add some fresh flowers (usually tulips), put out some bright coloured cushions and a couple of scented candles and hope for the sun to come out :)

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  17. by swopping the cushions and bedding for something lighter and adding fresh Spring flowers. I love Houseology but hadn't spotted Wireworks before....oh my gosh, totally gorgeous designs!!

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  18. Changing to a lighter duvet, and crack the windows open.

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  19. deep clean open windows and fresh flowers thankyou

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  20. Colour, maybe cushions etc and de-clutter.

    Rachel Craig

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  21. Put tubs of bulbs Tulips, daffodils etc around the home

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  22. I would cut some fresh daffodils and tulips from my garden and fill my vases with the

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  23. A good clean and a lot of colour.

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  24. Already have some hyacinth around the house

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  25. A bunch of daffodils on the kitchen window sill.

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  26. I always change curtains to bright colours

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  27. Lynsey Buchanan5 March 2016 at 05:01

    New cushions and Curtains

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  28. I NEED those glass domes in my life!!

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  29. Love love these succulents and Houseology is one of my ultimate favorites. Had to join the giveaway fingers crossed. Lovely captures Lori!

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  30. Fresh bright coloured flowers, open the windows and new Spring colours and design cushions

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  31. bright colours, some daffodils in a vase on the kitchen table.

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  32. I adore tulips and daffodils and force myself to wait until 1st Feb each year and then have them all through spring!

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  33. Daffodils always make me feel like spring!

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  34. Change the curtains and bedding to the brighter ones.

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  35. A really good clearout and clean-up to brighten everything.

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  36. A bit of a rearrange of the ornaments and pictures xx

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  37. we bring in flowers, use floral scented candles in tbe evening and opt for more seasonal bedsheets, etc. our house is dark but it doesn't lack in colour, so flowers especially are the perfect pick me up!

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  38. Light, daffodils & brighter curtains

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  39. A bunch of daffodils in a nice brightly coloured vase.

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  40. Flowers in vases and lovely scents

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  41. Any type of flowers, I love Roses and tulips in vases around the house. And flower or bright coloured bedding and a few pretty floral cushions in the living room.

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  42. Keep buying nice spring bouquets like daffodils, and spring scented candles

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  43. Lighter curtains and lots of lovely spring flowers.

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  44. Fresh spring flowers, maybe some daffodils

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  45. by filling it with lots of bright daffodils

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  46. I always freshen up the home with some flowers and chaning the curtains to light ones.

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  47. some fresh flowers and floral fabrics

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  48. Plenty of brightly coloured spring flowers, open windows to let in the fresh air and lots of light!

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  49. Good spring clean, floral scents and windows open :)

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  50. I like cracking a window for fresh air and keeping orchids and lilies around!

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  51. Amaryllis on the window sills gives an early touch of spring, and I ensure lots of bulbs are planted within easy sight through the living room windows.

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  52. Margaret Clarkson
    By having a vase of daffodils on display

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  53. Fresh flowers and open windows :)

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  54. I think changing all the bedding and curtains to lighter, more airy shades immediately brightens the home up. Adding flowers and changing around the lighing using subtle lamps also helps. x

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  55. I will start by cleaning my windows

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  56. Lots of plants and a fresh lick of paint around the house to brighten it up :) xx Thanks so much for the chance i love the range x

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  57. im bringing spring into our home this year by having our baby due in 7 days, our own new lamb

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  58. A spring clean, windows open and lots of fresh flowers

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  59. I open the patio doors to let lots ox fresh air in and buy cheap and cheerful flowers such as tulips and daffodils TP brighten the lounge up

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  60. Fresh air, fresh flowers and leaving the kitchen door open when cooking anything that smells yummy! :)

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  61. Lots of fresh flowers.

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  62. With fresh flowers, daffodils and tulips!

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  63. a good clearout and lots of fresh flowers

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  64. Windows open washing on line and a huge clear out

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  65. daffodils in the garden or vase , a spring clean, open windows and hopefully some sunshine.

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  66. To me yellow is the colour of spring so bring out some accessories in shades of yellow and they will complement the daffodils outside the window.

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  67. I was given three Hyacinth plants in individual pots for Mothers day, they certainly bring a sense of spring into my home x

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  68. With Tulips and Daffodils and a bit of fox print :)

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  69. Floral bedding and cushions in fresh spring colours. I'm loving yellow and purple for spring!

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  70. fress Daffodils and a good old spring clean

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  71. having a spring clearout and making everything light and airy

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  72. (melissa crowe)flowers always look nice ready for spring

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  73. I would buy some bright cushions in spring yellows and greens and perhaps pick bunches of primroses.

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  74. Fresh flowers - specifically daffodils and tulips

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  75. I would introduce bright colours and furnishings

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  76. With lots of bright cushions and fresh flowers

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  77. PLENTY OF FRESH FLOWERS AND A NEW AIR FRESHENER DO IT FOR ME

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  78. Brightly coloured flowers & cushions

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  79. Lots of fresh flowers replace heavy winter curtains with soft and lighter cotton ones.

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  80. I would bring spring in by having flowers, and changing soft furnishings to bright, spring colours :)

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  81. Some multi-coloured tulips and some brighter accessories to brighten up the rooms. (@PeanutHog)

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  82. I re-cover my sofa, so some beautiful throws and cushions would save me an extra job

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  83. HAVING LOTS OF FLOWERS IN LOVELY POTS, ESPECIALLY DAFFS

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  84. Plants and new, light cushions

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  85. I spring clean and have flowers in the house

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  86. I always change my curtains over to lighter fabrics & swap my rugs over to match as well.

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  87. I like to have flowers in my house they bring colour and a lovely scent with them :)

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  88. Beautiful golden daffodils, dotted around the house. Gorgeous.

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  89. I'd get some lovely spring flowers.

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  90. Buy some lovely daffy then tulips later.

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  91. I buy lots of daffodils while they are cheap and have as many vases of them as I can.

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  92. Lots of lovely daffodils.

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  93. I'd have some lovely daffodils on my window sill

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  94. I love to bring fresh flowers into the house.

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  95. Lots of Daffodills and Tulips and I always decorate my dresser for Easter with Bunnies and Chicks and make an Easter Tree with lots of decorated eggs on it x

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  96. Do a big spring clean and buy some lovely fresh flowers!

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  97. Some colourful accessories and flowers

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  98. Lots of lovely Daffodils

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  99. I love buying Spring flowers and hanging out the washing to dry on a lovely Spring day :)

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  100. I love to give each room a declutter and deep clean in Spring. Makes everything smell so fresh:)

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  101. I love having daffodils around the house

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  102. Flowers and colourful covers for my cushions :)

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  103. Fresh flowers especially daffodils are a great way of injecting a bit of spring into the home (: E x

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  104. lots of flowers

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  105. Daffodils :) They were my grandad's favourite

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  106. Lovely summer flowers in the house to bring spring in to my home

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  107. A spring clean, and use some garden flowers we grow to liven up some rooms.

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  108. Lost of fresh cut flowers & throw the windows open.

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  109. Introduce fresh greens in soft furnishings and the accessories.

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  110. open the windows for some fresh air

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  111. I like to have daffodils in the house all spring and start potting my seedlings & putting them in the window sills

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  112. windows wide open, lovely breeze coming in

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  113. I HAVE A SPRING CLEAN AND I AM GOING TO PAINT THE WALLS TO BRIGHTEN MY HOME X

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  114. I place daffodils and hyacinths around the home.

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  115. I have brought Hyacinths into my porch and have cleaned the windows. Have put the lighter duvet on my bed and a spring coloured throw at the bottom.

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  116. Already started planting bulbs,being stored In my dining room In case of frost

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  117. I love to have Spring flowers in my home and in the bedroom the warmer toned duvet cover is replaced with a lighter tog duvet and brighter summer coloured covers.I always have my windows open too and let in lots of fresh air x

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  118. we change the soft furnishings from winter red to duck egg blue and bring in bunches of daffodils and tulips.

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  119. A big bunch of daffodils does the trick, as well as some floral fabrics!

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  120. I love to be able to open the windows , and have some fresh flowers .

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  121. By changing the bedding and decorating the flat with flowers to brighten up the place!

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  122. lots of bright coloured flowers.

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  123. Fresh flowers are always good :)

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  124. I would get some fresh flowers. Always reminds me of spring and would update our bedding to someone bright and colourful.
    Fantastic Giveaway!
    Thank you for the chance ☺

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  125. open the windows and curtains spring clean

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  126. Pots of seedlings on windowsills and table near radiator.

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  127. I have a good spring clean and put fresh flowers in the home

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  128. Charmian Filewood16 March 2016 at 17:52

    Some fresh flowers in some bright vases, a change of cushion covers to bring in more colours too

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  129. Bright soft furnishings, scented candles and Daffodils

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  130. i add colours get new spring colours for bedding and flowered cushions

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  131. I like to have a planter with hyacinths on the kitchen windowsill.

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  132. A massive Spring cleaning - opening all the windows to fill the house with fresh air.

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  133. I think the easiest way is to add flowers to your rooms. I also change my curtains in the living room for a lighter colour and swap my cushions for the same light colour. Spring scents in the form of candles and room air freshners help too.

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  134. accessorize with brighter colours cushions and throws

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  135. fresh flowers and some nice yellow accessories :)

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  136. New lighter curtains rather than black outs for the spring light nights

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  137. I change my cushion covers and throws for brighter ones.

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  138. More pastel colours new bedding

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  139. Opening up the windows and a good spring clean

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  140. Lots of daffodils in the house and letting in lots of light. I live in a village surrounded by fields and out of my bedroom window I can see lots of lambs!!

    Kirsty Fox

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  141. Daffodils! I know they're cheap and cheerful but I find them so cheering when I see them in the kitchen window.

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  142. Ioana Cristina Popescu16 March 2016 at 22:58

    With lots of flowers.

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  143. Spring clean and fresh flowers :)

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  144. With a lovely bunch of daffodils and a good Spring clean

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  145. A good spring clean and fresh flowers!

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