Bring the colour and life of the garden indoors with this beautiful new range from Sainsbury’s
Spring took its time but it’s finally here. The days are lighter and brighter and our interiors are in need of a new-season home refresh. Fill yours with the scent of spring flowers and start planning a makeover to welcome the warmer days ahead.
One of the best ways to get a spring feel at home is to bring the beauty of the garden inside. Our hot tip? The Garden Room collection from Sainsbury’s has bowled us over with its blend of floral soft furnishings, dark wood accessories, coloured glassware and fabulous home fragrances.
We’ve totally fallen for the collection’s fresh, floral bedding. Inspired by fine art botanical illustrations, you’ll find extravagant watercolour blooms scattered over a crisp white background. Accessorise with plump sage-green cushions, and cover up in throws and blankets made of the softest, most tactile fabrics and muted shades for a midsummer night’s dream.
You’ll find pretty and feminine floral motifs generously scattered over cushions, cloches and accessories, with bright spring colours, such as hyacinth blue, daffodil yellow and peony pink. Use them all around your home and they’ll give any room a spring-like freshness guaranteed to lift your spirits.
The collection features a range of natural textures, too, with stylish mango wood storage drawers and lamps. There are crisp woven wicker basket to help you disappear clutter and keep any room looking as neat as a pin.
Above all, indulge in fragrance – use scented candles and a jar of pot pourri in a delicious blend of jasmine, freesia and bergamot for a fresh contemporary aroma. Then simply add fresh or faux florals in simple glass vases for the perfect finishing touch.
Check out these spring beauties at your nearest Sainsbury’s store before they’re snapped up fast.
Want to see our favourite pieces from Garden Room collection?
Wooden Lamp, £30
The warmth of a side-light helps create a cosy atmosphere at dusk, and this mango-wood lamp is ideal for your bedside table or sitting room.
Printed Cushion, £14
With a rich carpet of colours as well as elegant line drawings, the watercolour-effect finish of this cushion is inspired by fine-art botanical illustrations.
Glass Vase, £12
The ombre trend is still going strong, and the grass-green tones of this glass vase are complemented by etched grasses – just right for your display of spring flowers.
Letter Rack, £14
Stay on top of your paperwork, bills and invites by being organised with this elegant letter rack in mango wood.
Knitted Throw, £20
An extra layer is always welcome during a British summer, and the hand-made look of this soft, pastel-green throw gives it vintage appeal.
Wicker Basket, £18
Keeping clutter to a minimum helps to create a truly restful and inspiring environment in your home – and this wicker basket not only looks good but can hide a multitude of bits and pieces…
The floral scents of summer jasmine and freesias are captured in this delicate candle, with bergamot and musk undertones.
Faux Floral, £7
The brilliant colours and shapes of these blooms will last all summer, bringing a welcome burst of hyacinth blue to your home.
Resin Bird Set, £10
The sound of birdsong is one of the most evocative of summer, and this cute duo will add a natural touch to your mantelpiece or coffee table.
Traditionally used to protect tender plants, this elegant glass cloche features a decorative scattering of painted flowers and houses a scented candle.
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