Spring has finally sprung. While our Canary Wharf apartments have been carefully curated by interior designers, the apartments are spaces you can truly make your own. Spring marks the perfect point in the year to reset your surroundings with unique spring home décor and a room-by-room spring cleaning checklist. Both of which have the power to refresh and revive your living spaces.
Heralding the First Day of Spring
Astronomically, the first day of spring in the United Kingdom occurs on the vernal equinox on the 20th of March, and the clocks spring forward on the last Sunday in March. Now is the time to start planning a fresh start. You can do this by investigating home décor ideas, bedroom interior design inspirations, and new home essentials that will prepare your living space for the start of the warmer months.
Bring New Life to Your Home with Waterside Living
Few things can breathe new life into your home like choosing to live in waterside locations; the mental and physical health benefits of living near water are very well documented. Vertus provides residents with access to exclusive Canary Wharf apartments and a luxurious waterside lifestyle to match, complete with parks and gardens that bring the vibrancy of spring to your doorstep.
Our Wood Wharf apartments of 10 George Street and 8 Water Street are close by to Harbour Quay Gardens’ wide, winding boardwalks and green spaces, which line the perimeter of the South Dock. These boardwalks and gardens offer opportunities for springtime strolls along the water’s edge, outdoor gym facilities, sensory play areas for children, and elegant sculptures from renowned local artist Helaine Blumenfeld.
Explore Spring Interior Design Trends
What better way to usher in the start of a new season with a selection of fresh interior design ideas inspired by springtime? Use interior design resources like Vogue and Homes & Gardens to home in on your creativity. Vertus has worked with several prominent and respected figures in interior design, including Angel O’Donnel and AGC, to create the perfect waterside apartments for our residents.
Interior design trends from Vogue suggest accents like earthy colours, nature-inspired surfaces, travel-inspired décor, and sculptural furniture pieces for your living room. This will get your home looking on-trend in time for the upcoming equinox.
Luxury interior design publications in the UK and beyond are already posting interior design trends to keep an eye on this spring. Some of the leading spring décor trends of the season will include bold 70s boho-chic, 80s-style disco glamour, and monochrome décor. Designs featuring sharp geometric lines, jungle green design pieces, and organic textures; and open, multifunctional living spaces are all trending too.
Draw Up a Spring Cleaning Checklist
Sprucing up your apartment is significantly simpler with a spring-cleaning checklist to guide your efforts. Your checklist will leave your Canary Wharf apartment feeling fresh, clean and airy while helping you to de-stress and de-clutter at the same time.
Start creating a checklist by listing tasks that apply to all the rooms in your home. Then, list each room one by one to plan more specific cleaning activities.
Establishing a regular cleaning schedule or hiring the services of local professionals will also help you to keep your waterside living space looking flawless. Especially when the time comes to decorating your home for spring!
Take advantage of the services when living with Vertus. We offer a range of convenient services to ease your transition to Canary Wharf life and make your stay as memorable as possible. Services like a 24/7 concierge, cleaning services, dry cleaning (at an additional charge) and a dedicated move-in team create leisurely ease of living for our residents.
Choose a Fresh Start with Vertus
Find your new waterside apartment and celebrate the arrival of spring in style. Book a viewing at 10 George Street to find your new home.
Not sure what building would suit your personality? Enquire today and one of the leasing team members will be in touch.