If you’ve been gripped by the energy of renewal that Spring brings, you may be turning to your home and tackling those areas that are in need of some TLC. Brighter, sunnier days can show up smeary windows that have been curtained off throughout the Winter. Bulky woollies might need to be stored away, leaving space for fresh, lighter clothes. Now that you can throw open the windows those tired corners can get a lick of paint, and heavy drapes can be replaced by lightweight summer curtains. Spring cleaning needed be a massive task – just focussing for 15 minutes on each room can bring some Springtime sparkle into your house, and even the busiest of us can find this small amount of time for some sprucing. To get you inspired, here are 5 Spring cleaning essentials to put the fun back into housework and the beauty back into your cleaning cupboard.
Linen fabric is probably one of the best materials that ever existed. It is not only lightweight and can be dyed in various colours, but also very thin, highly absorbent and easy to take care of. Crisp and durable, linen fulfils the modern yearning for a more natural type of luxury. Setting aside linen towels, table linen, bed linen and other usual ways of using the fabric, there are more ways to use linen fabric if you have bought more than you need.
Linen wall art
Linen fabric is the most ancient of all fabrics. Made from the fibers of flax plant, its best appreciated features are the smoothness, durability and coolness. Linen fabric is environment friendly and has some special properties (hypo-allergic, anti-static, bug resistant etc).
There are lots of purposes 100% linen fabric is used for: