These ottomans from Danish brand Hay are covered with colorful vintage saris, so each one is unique. This flexible piece could be used as a coffee table and pulled into service as extra seating when needed.
I adore the cheerful yellow and blue stripes on this love seat from Anthropologie. Tucked beneath a sunny window and paired with a soft throw, it would be perfect for curling up with the paper on a Saturday morning.
Who could possibly wake up on the wrong side of the bed when they are handed a cup of steaming hot coffee in this cheeky mug? Designed by Gary Birks for Liberty London, there are three other designs to choose from — all equally fun.
Who says lamps need to be boring? Liven things up this spring with a colorful glass lamp and patterned shade.
Scottish artist Emma Lamb crafts these crocheted garlands by hand in the most beautiful colorways. A strand or two would look charming strung across a mirror in a breakfast nook.
This china tea cup and saucer from Liberty London is so wonderfully whimsical, I would feel like I had dropped in on the Mad Hatter's tea party each time I used it.
Spring is a great time to peek into that linen cupboard and fill any gaps before the outdoor parties get in full swing. These peony print linen-cotton napkins would make a great addition to any garden party or picnic.
Tweet, tweet! The birds are singing outside, so why not bring a bit of their cheer indoors with this pair of metal birdcages from Cox & Cox? Clip a few artsy cards to the outside for a bit of vintage flair.
These stools from Cox & Cox are wonderfully rustic and perfect for warming up a sleek white kitchen. Pull a few stools up to your kitchen island and create an inviting spot for friends and family to mingle while dinner is being prepared.
Love the look of a gallery wall but feel overwhelmed with options? This cluster of frames takes away the guesswork. Just pop in your photos, hang the whole thing (it's actually a single piece), and you're done!
Spring can be fickle. When you come down with a nasty cold or encounter a miserably rainy weekend, you'll want to cheer up with this adorable hot water bottle and a good book.
Pillows are one of the simplest ways of quickly changing your decor. For spring, I have my eye on this granny-chic crocheted number by the delightful Emma Lamb.