In the same way that you transition your wardrobe for the new season (goodbye heavy coats, hello denim cut-offs!), you can freshen up your interiors for spring. Shelving your faux fur cushion cover in favour of a light tribal design, switching up your artwork with something bright and botanical, bringing the outdoors in with cool vases and planters, or investing in enamel dishware in preparation for alfresco dining are all ways you can make your home sing for spring! To get you started, we’ve pulled together 20 of our top buys for the start of the season – but you know there are loads more where they came from


1. Gumnut Photographic Artwork

Shake up your home gallery with some fresh wall art – this tribute to our local Aussie fauna comes in two sizes and, if you opt in, they’ll take care of the framing for you!


2. Wild Basil & Cucumber Wine Bottle Candle

Made from reclaimed wine bottles (collected from Sydney’s bars and restaurants), this soy candle will enliven your space with its clean, invigorating scent.


3. Tipsy Wine Bottle Stopper

Summer’s coming and you know what that means – party season! Impress your guests when you pull out this too-cute-for-words bottle stopper.


4. Tropical Calm Cushion

Swapping out your cushion cover is an easy way to update your decor. Set the mood for your pad going into spring with this tropical-print cushion.


5. Teal Layer Mirror

This unique modular mirror comes in four seperate pieces, so you can tap into your creativity and display it in whatever design you like.


6. African Grass Basket

Handy for pot plants, kids’ toys, books and, well, just about anything – these natural agave fibre baskets are a great storage all-rounder.


7. Folklore Enamel Bowl Set

Get ready for alfresco dining season with some new enamel bowls. They’re a must for the home, camping, festivals or picnics in the park!


8. Nomad Turkish Towel

Whether you use it for home or the beach, a hand-loomed Turkish towel is lighter and more quick-drying than your terry towelling number.


9. Hipster Gnome

Some items are necessities, others are more for fun. This little guy probably falls into the latter category, but don’t let that stop you making him part of the family.


10. Commissioned Eco Resin Vase

All the flowers are out in spring, and when you pilfer them from your neighbour’s garden, you need something to display them in… Enter: this vase.


11. Picasso Tufted Cushion

Tufting and playful patterns make this cushion cover spring perfection. It’s 100% cotton and handcrafted by skilled artisans in India.


 12. Nude Leather Strap Shelf

Brace yourself for an influx of Instagram likes because your #shelfie game is going next level with the help of this Scandi-style, leather strap shelf.


13. Orson Silent Alarm Clock

Is it time for a new clock? This London Clock Company style, with its clean white face and natural wooden casing, is hard to go by.


14. Droplet Porcelain Hanging Planter

We’ve got two words for you this spring: Indoor. Greenery. Handmade in Melbourne, this sweet porcelain planter is just hanging for a spot at your place.


15. Lark Rug

A handwoven mix of cotton, wool and metallic lurex, this rug is so good you’re going to want to ‘accidentally’ spill a bottle of red on your old one…


16. Peach Gem Basket

‘You can never have too many bowls’ is a rule we like to live and decorate by – they’re handy for putting all kinds of stuff in and they look great, too!


17. Alba Tray

Think of all the shindigs you’re going to be hosting in the coming sunny months, and we’re sure you can totally justify a new serving tray. Otherwise, YOLO.


18. Daily Roller

A totally chic way to stay on top of grocery lists and other household happenings, this roller is super-simple to install and comes with a giant roll of kraft paper.


19. Applicata Arch Wooden House

Scandi style is the interior trend that just won’t quit and these minimalist houses give the look a subtle nod.


20. Haws Indoor Watering Can

All that indoor greenery isn’t going to water itself… Stay motivated to give your plants regular drinks with this chic copper watering can.


PS. Update your jewellery wardrobe and how to display that art you bought

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