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By Lydia Geisel | April 13, 2017 |
Home & Real Estate
Welcome the new season with these fresh pieces that help bring the best of spring into your abode.
Floral Pendant Light, David Trubridge ($370-7,680). aplusrstore.com
Add interest to any room with an abstract light fixture. These blossoming pendants are fitting for homeowners who are looking to illuminate a space by channeling springtime tranquility.
Wish Throw Pillow, H.D. Buttercup ($39). hdbuttercup.com
Bring SoCal beauty to the heart of your living room with a detailed throw pillow inspired by California’s entrancing landscape.
Circled Blooms Mirror, Anthropologie ($248). 1801 Walnut St., 215-568-2114
Even the smallest of details can go a long way. If you’re someone who appreciates subtlety, consider hanging this delicate, botanic-inspired mirror.
Floral Line Drawing Framed Print, West Elm ($349). 1330 Chestnut St., 215-731-0184
Spice up a blank wall with this unexpected print that puts a minimalist spin on the season’s blooms.
Mediterranean Floral Armchair, Spezyale Design Atelier ($3,190). artemest.com
Nothing says spring quite like a splash of color. Bold moves are best made with eye-catching statement pieces that are as unique as they are chic.
Crosley Presley Floral Bluetooth Cruiser Record Player, Urban Outfitters ($99). 1627 Walnut St., 215-569-3131
If bleak winter weather still has you down, put on your favorite vinyl and jam out to feel-good tunes with this bluetooth record player that sports a floral, faux leather case.
Flowered Dots Decorative Serving Tray, DENY Designs ($55-79). Nordstrom, King of Prussia Mall, 610-265-6111
Not only does this dreamy, rose-print tray give off serious springtime vibes, but it’s as functional as it is stylish.
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