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Ready to embrace the new season? You’re not alone. While we’re still happy to bundle under our blankets on those chilly days, we’re already bookmarking all the spring-forward decor that keeps popping up on our radar. Check out our favorite spring home updates to make before the new season is officially underway.
One of the easiest ways to get your spring home decor in order? Throw pillows! We love this embroidered sunny-day scene on this bright style.
2. Ferm Living Ania Muse Vase, $115
Now’s the time to get your fresh flowers ready! This clean, minimalist silhouette would look great on top of a stack of cocktail table books, a shelf, you name it.
3. FUUGLY Checkered Mirror,
If your wall or vanity could use an extra pop of color, we cannot recommend this vibrant checkerboard pattern enough!
4. MINNA Ladder Fringed Cotton Table Runner,
Pro tip: when updating your table linens, opt for a versatile runner (like this one) that can be paired with any palette out there.
We’re not retiring our blankets just because winter is on its way out! This iconic Marimekko poppy motif is just begging to be displayed on our sofas.
With notes of pomelo leaf, violet flowers, rose, almond blossom, juicy apricot and more, this beautiful vessel (filled with delicate botanicals) is here to instantly elevate your space for spring.
Sometimes a simple towel switch can make all the difference in the world — these super soft organic cotton towels are no exception!
If you cannot keep a plant alive (no shame), this florist-designed faux begonia is here to add a natural touch to your space (and fool all of your friends in the process).
Available in 5 colors, we cannot think of a more stylish way to ensure you stay hydrated this season.
Incorporate a pop of color to your tabletop or shelf with MoMA Now, a gorgeous book that celebrates the richness of the Museum’s collection and the diversity of issues and ideas embraced today.
Allison Castloo is a writer, Bruce Springsteen enthusiast, and sixth-generation Texan living in Denton, Texas.