Here are some ideas for your new living room style:
Navy, Turquoise and Cream
This trio of colors will brighten up your room and bring depth. One example would be repainting walls and ceiling a white-cream shade, adding cream couch and chair covers, and using the navy and turquoise decor. A dark navy armchair is another option, or you could paint a statement wall a bold shade of turquoise. This trick to making this work is to use the navy to create depth without overwhelming the two shades while also not allowing the light creams to drown out the blues.
One way to instantly make a room scream "Spring!" and look fresh is to use shades of yellow. A super vibrant lemon yellow isn't for everyone but paler yellows are very attractive. Similarly to the first palette, yellows work particularly well with cream and whites. Step into a room with pale yellow walls, cream furniture and various shades of cream & yellow accents and you can't help but feel more awake.
Those who are color shy can still get their pops of color by going the route of using pastels. Pastel blues, pinks, greens, orange and more give the design a softer look that is much more spring than summer. Using pastels along with a neutral and complimenting darker shades is a great choice.
Mint Green and Soft Pink
The combination of green and pink is electrifying but toning it down for spring means mint green and soft pink. Depending on your personal taste, you may want to go all out when it comes to color while others may need a neutral shade to add balance.
If you love bold colors and don't shy from making a serious impression, a bright berry shade is both spring- and summer-friendly. Shades of fuchsia, light plums and reddish-pink shades all fall into this category.
Don't forget that these color ideas aren't just for your walls- consider them when shopping for a new couch, looking at throw pillows or even repainting your coffee table.