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Trending on Remodelista: 4 Ideas to Welcome in Spring

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Trending on Remodelista: 4 Ideas to Welcome in Spring

March 25, 2022

Can you feel it? Spring is in the air, finally, and we couldn’t be happier to leave winter 2022 behind. Here are four ways to celebrate the return of sun, warmth, and greenery, courtesy of Remodelista this week.

Line dry your laundry. There is no scent quite as fresh and inviting as sun-dried laundry—except for these sheets which were hung just above a fragrant herb garden. Photograph via The Monica, from Hotel The Monica: Flowers and Line-Dried Linens on an Island in Denmark.
Above: Line dry your laundry. There is no scent quite as fresh and inviting as sun-dried laundry—except for these sheets which were hung just above a fragrant herb garden. Photograph via The Monica, from Hotel The Monica: Flowers and Line-Dried Linens on an Island in Denmark.
Consider keeping a beehive—or fostering one. That&#8\2\17;s what photographer Danielle St. Laurent does, and the payoff is jars and jars of fresh honey. See her warm-embrace-of-a-kitchen in Kitchen of the Week: English Country Charm in a NJ Suburb (Plus the Prettiest Pantry). Photograph by Danielle St. Laurent.
Above: Consider keeping a beehive—or fostering one. That’s what photographer Danielle St. Laurent does, and the payoff is jars and jars of fresh honey. See her warm-embrace-of-a-kitchen in Kitchen of the Week: English Country Charm in a NJ Suburb (Plus the Prettiest Pantry). Photograph by Danielle St. Laurent.
Add a sophisticated pop of color via these artful tiles. See Elements of Architecture: Colorful Hand-Painted Tiles by Italian Designer Elisa Passino.
Above: Add a sophisticated pop of color via these artful tiles. See Elements of Architecture: Colorful Hand-Painted Tiles by Italian Designer Elisa Passino.
For more muted color, consider this sweet embroidered wallpaper. Photograph by Chattman Photography, courtesy of Fayce Textiles, from Summer/Winter: Delicately Embroidered Wallpapers from Fayce Textiles.
Above: For more muted color, consider this sweet embroidered wallpaper. Photograph by Chattman Photography, courtesy of Fayce Textiles, from Summer/Winter: Delicately Embroidered Wallpapers from Fayce Textiles.

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