As Good Housekeeping’s senior home editor, I come across tons of home-related products, both good and bad. But there are some special finds that are just too great to keep to myself. That’s why I’m sharing my favorite home items with you—our readers—here on our website every month in the hope that you’ll appreciate them as much as I do.
Spring tends to be the time of year when many people strive to amp up their cleaning routine, but it’s also a good opportunity to think about your decorating approach. For me, the spring season is my cue to bring the outdoors in with greenery, have fun with home decor accents in an array of graphic patterns and colors, and find simple ways to freshen up my everyday routine.
The good news is you, too, can do this without blowing your budget. That’s why I’m sharing a selection of lifestyle items to celebrate the season in style. From a patterned pillow that’s under $25 to an under-$50 wall mirror to maximize natural light in your space, every one of these items are worth adding to your cart. Happy shopping!
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Sunny Ocean Throw Pillow
One of the easiest ways to transition your living room winter to spring is with the right throw pillows. Draw inspiration from nature and go for this artsy design with an ocean motif.
Dish Detergent Refill
The Laundress has an allergen-free detergent that’s known to keep your clothes looking new and smelling amazing. Now, you can expect this same level of excellence from its new unscented dish detergent refill. It comes with a 64 oz. pouch (expect to get up to 700 washes) and a refillable 16 oz. glass pump.
Sebasco Round Indoor/Outdoor Metallic Gold Metal Planters Set
Snag your favorite plants and showcase them in these striking planters, featuring a gold finish. What’s more, the set is designed to be used both indoors and outside, so the possibilities are endless.
Two Handle Shopper Basket
Once this chic handmade basket is part of your bag collection, regular farmer’s market runs are pretty much guaranteed.
Joan Berry Basket
You won’t make the mistake of spoiling anymore berries once you purchase this adorable ceramic basket.
Pretty Floral iPhone Case
Ditch your drab phone case for this spring beauty that’ll remind you of how much you love flowers.
Brightland Alive Olive Oil
A high-quality olive oil is a necessity for any home chef. Drizzle Brightland’s Alive oil on salads, sorbets, you name it.
Hotel Lobby Signature Candle
Think back to the last time you entered the lobby of a luxe hotel and were taken aback by its alluring smell. That’s the premise behind lifestyle influencer Lindsay Silberman’s new Hotel Lobby Candle line. The signature soy wax candle boasts a blend of agarwood, vetiver, and atlas cedar — the perfect fragrance to give your home a dose of the five-star hotel treatment.
Sunburst Wall mirror
Any interior designer will tell you that mirrors have a way of brightening a dark room. Maximize the amount of natural light in your space with this trendy sunburst mirror.
Chambray Stripe Tablecloth
Blue-and-white striped shirts are all the rage right now. Put the trend to the test with this cotton tablecloth that’ll add a preppy vibe to your spring dinner table.
Large Rattan Hanging Basket
If you’ve been reluctant to try rattan furniture, a small accessory, like this hanging basket, is the next best thing.
Primavera Floral Wreath
Up for a fun craft project? Purchase this kit, which includes everything you need to make this wreath full of vibrant paper flowers.
Sunset Handpainted Journal
The pretty hand-painted sunset on this journal’s front cover is the prompt you need to clear your mind with a relaxing writing session.
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