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jmm PR’s Favourite Articles of the Week

Here at jmm PR, we have been scouring the internet for our favourite articles of the week. 

This week brings six gorgeous spring wreaths to decorate your front door and the best colour palettes for creating a zen space in the home.

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Good Homes – 6 of the best spring wreaths to buy and DIY

Spring has officially arrived and, as the weather gets warmer and the evenings become lighter, this time of year often leaves us on the lookout for tips on how we can update our homes. A spring wreath is the perfect addition to any front door, offering an affordable and easy way to get your home ready for the season. In this article, Good Homes rounds up six of best wreaths that you can either buy ready to hang, or make yourself.

We’re all used to hanging a wreath on our front door come 1st December, and Autumn wreaths have started to become more popular in recent years, but spring, and even Easter themed wreaths, are the lesser known trend that’s set to take 2020 by storm. This article offers up a wide selection of wreaths, so whether you’re looking for a classic round wreath covered in flowers, a slightly more unique wooden bunny shaped wreath, or even a plain hoop that you can decorate with flowers and other accessories of your choice, there’s bound to be something to suit your style. Our favourite pick has to be the stunning lavender floral spring wreath which, despite looking real, is actually made with a range of artificial flowers, meaning you can re-use it year after year.

So, whether you fancy a DIY project to get your creative juices flowing, or just want to get involved in one of 2020’s biggest décor trends, make sure you check out this article for a roundup of the top six spring wreaths to accessorise your front door.

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House Beautiful – Can room colour affect your mood? These are the best colour palettes for a zen home

Now spring is finally here, refreshing your home may be high on the list of things to do. But, before you pick up the paint brushes, have you ever heard of colour psychology? No? Neither had we! Colour psychology is the study of hues affecting the nature of human behaviour. This basically means that different colours can trigger different emotions and feelings in people, so finding the best colours for you is essential for creating a relaxing space in the home.

Luckily for us, House Beautiful has put together this super helpful article that shows you the perfect colour palettes for each room in your house! With orange tones evoking feelings of joy and happiness, they are best used in social spaces such as the living rooms, whereas blues and greens are best in the bathroom as they make the space peaceful and fresh.

This article goes into great detail in more rooms such as the guest room, kitchen and even the kid’s room! So, if you’re looking to redecorate in the upcoming weeks then definitely check out this article for some inspiration and to ensure you use the right colours to create a truly zen place!


Steph and Briar at jmm PR

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27th March 2020



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