Spring Decor Items To Perk Up A Home, Even If It’s Still Cold Out
It might not feel like it just yet since much of the country is still reeling from cold climates, but spring is finally here. And what better way to welcome the sunnier energy of the season than with some peppy spring decor items? Trust us, they’ll instantly help to completely change the mood of your home and your spirits.
From the season’s newest launches to the power of positive decorating, spring forward with these conversation-worthy finds recommended by Décor Aid interior designers.
Canopie Izumi Jar By Seletti
Leave it to Italian firm Seletti to create a range of storage vessels that are both envy-inducing and delightfully odd. Store treasures in their Canopie series designed by Elena Cutolo that boast a playful, multicultural feel.
Kartell Componibili Stackable Storage Units
A go-to label for modern, minimal, and timeless finds that evoke a nod to ’60s-era Mod styling, Kartell’s stackable Componibili storage units come in an array of refreshing colors and are small enough to fit in any corner.
Dusen Dusen Arc Hand Towels
The modern equivalent to the print-masters and the famed textile makers at storied label Marimekko, Dusen Dusen’s prints are equally reminiscent of the pop-art era of the ’60s with a more contemporary bent. And their Grecian blue Arc hand towels will be sure to instantly revitalize your bathroom.
Cold Picnic Tourist Quilt
Hand-quilted and reversible to boot, Cold Picnic’s sparse quilts are certain to make a memorable statement thanks to their abstract patterns that will never go out of style. Which makes them perfect for now and as future heirlooms.
Shay Alkalay 13 Stack Drawer
With the feel of an oversized Jenga stack, Shay Alkalay’s ‘Stack‘ is a tower of contrasting drawers that almost look as though they’re floating. Even better is the fact that each drawer can be pushed and pulled in both directions, lending the unit a random and irregular appeal while making it appear highly unusual and utterly fascinating.
CB2 Skinny Dip Bird Bath
For just over $100, this natural clay and sand watering hole for local feathered friends will become a modern feature in any outdoor area. And since it boasts a slim silhouette and tonal hue, it’ll pair well in any garden or patio without taking up too much visual space.
Hudson Sofa By Didier Gomez For Ligne Roset
Designer Didier Gomez’s new seating solutions for compact urban dwellings are pitch-perfect thanks to their timeless yet on-trend colors and sleek, Mid-Century Modern-inspired silhouettes. Marrying appealing lightness without forgoing comfort, his Hudson collection also takes cues from the simple ease of iconic furnishings from celebrated designers Mies van der Rohe and Florence Knoll, albeit in reduced scales.
Wedgewood Ornamental Vases
When you think of Wedgewood one instantly conjures their infamous blue Jasperware range, but the 250-year-old heritage pottery maker has been delivering so much more as of late. Take their collaboration with Lee Broom, one of Britain’s leading product and interior designers.
Together they’ve teamed up to create limited-edition vases and bowls, handcrafted in the label’s iconic Jasperware in completely unexpected pattern and color combinations. Their oversized Ornamental Vases housed on spheres take over 16 hours to produce and are limited to a run of just 15 pieces per style and color.
L’Objet X The Haas Brothers Simon Leg Lamp
The imaginative Los Angeles-based artists and brothers Simon and Nikolai Haas collaborated closely with the expert craftsmen at L’Objet to create an utterly unique range of home goods that spans tableware, home décor, textiles, and fragrance. Together, they’ve created a colorful cast of otherworldly creatures designed to be cherished for years to come.
Make everyday moments all the more memorable with their charming Simon Leg Table Lamp that’ll cast a dramatic glow through a room while bringing joy to those around.
Good Thing Umbrella Stand From Coming Soon
Not only does this simple umbrella stand boast a sleek matte finish that’s delightful to touch, but it also smartly features a terracotta composition that naturally absorbs moisture from umbrellas stored in it.
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