Bring spring flowers indoors

Burlap and twine create daffodil bouquets that can stand on their own. (McClatchy-Tribune photo / April 1, 2007)

What are some easy spring decorating tips?

Bring the outside in: Cut your daffodils, hyacinth, forsythia and other early bloomers and make a centerpiece. Buy a bouquet of flowers and divide them into small little bud vases and sprinkle them throughout the home.

Get the kids involved: Frame your children's spring pictures. Sub out your art for their framed pictures and create your own spring gallery wall.

Switch out your accent pieces: Just like rotating your wardrobe you can do the same with your interior. Replace wool fabrics with lighter linen cotton. Change the colors of your accent pillows and lamp shades.

Stephanie Bradshaw is the owner of Bradshaw Styling in Clipper Mill. You can reach her at 443-421-1452 or go to bradshawstyling.com. Do you have an interior design question for our experts? Email us at homes@baltsun.com.