The most obvious way to channel spring in your home? Add a few pops of color. Jonathan Adler’s signature mid-century armchair comes in a variety of shades, fabrics, and finishes, making it a fabulous customizable addition to any room.
Not ready to commit to brand-new furniture? Consider swapping out your old accessories, like picture frames, candles, or throw pillows, for newer ones. CB2’s supersized Gwinn pillows feature a gold-foil star print on linen cases, which reverse to smooth blue chambray.
Connor Side Table, Pottery Barn ($399). The District at Green Valley Ranch, 702-270-3737
What better time than spring to embrace environmentalism? Go sustainable with an understated accent table made from reclaimed pinewood and matte limestone, like this one from Pottery Barn.
The start of spring means summer is just around the corner. Prep your patio space for barbecues, dinner parties, and other get-togethers by investing in charming accent lighting, from strings of colored bulbs to weathered-zinc lanterns that can be hung or placed on tables or pathways.
Rethink Your Storage Situation
Nook Tower Cabinet, West Elm ($699). The District at Green Valley Ranch, 702-263-5083
Reward yourself for all of that spring cleaning by investing in a few new storage options. A shelving unit that doubles as a cabinet will provide space for all of the things you want to show off—and the ones you’d rather not.
Celebrate the season by incorporating fresh additions like flowers and wreaths into your space. Have a bad track record with houseplants? Consider something like this do-it-yourself terrarium kit, which comes with five succulents of your choosing and a cut-glass sphere to hold them all.
One of the easiest ways to spruce up a space involves taking the time to furnish your walls. Society6 curates a massive selection of canvases, clocks, and art prints, like this one by Seattle-based photographer Kurt Rahn, that can be framed and shipped to your doorstep within days.