There’s no time like the start of Spring to breath a new lease of life into your home. The lighter, airer days and evenings mean that nights slumped on the couch are out and spending more time doing things that enrich our lives are in.
So clean out the clutter, fill your home with vases of fragrant spring flowers, swap out chunky cushions and heavy throws, in favour of fresher cottons and linens, and banish nights in front of the TV by filling your living space with great art, coffee table books and plenty of music to read by.
If you’re in need of some inspiration check out some of our must haves below…
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Spring is all about flowers, so why not carry the floral theme throughout your living space by incorporating decorated cushions. These beauties will look fab on the couch and can even lift dark materials such a grey and slate.
It might be slightly warmer but we aren’t quite ready to put away the throws for good. This gorgeous throw for The White Company is the perfect balance of cosy and fresh and it’s light waffled texture means its a must have addition to spring bedding.
Purchase wash linen cushions in an array of pastel colours and you will be bale to use them thought your home all Spring/Summer. Versatile and super chic, they can spruce up your couch, bed and even dining room. Then come Summer they work great for evenings dining al fresco.
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Drawing on archival documents, this publication recreates the extraordinary adventure of Valentino, recognising the debt of this “enlightened Neapolitan” to his native land and outlining that “yet unwritten part” he played in the fame of “Made in Italy” businesses. A stunning addition to any coffee table this is a book to indulge in one late Sunday afternoon
Under Another Light Jewels and Ornaments
A must have for fashion and jewellery lovers everywhere, ‘Gianfranco Ferre: Under Another Light Jewels and ornaments’ is presented in conjunction with the exhibition at Palazzo Madama in Turin – which is showcasing, for the first tome, some hundred jewels, many illustrated by Andrea Passuello.
Sneakers by Rodrigo Corra
Chronicling the subjective tastes of famous sneaker-heads, ‘Sneakers’ surveys the history of iconic kicks including Air Jordan’s and features trailblazing designers like Tiffany Beers, the genius behind the self-lacing Nikes. A must have for any self professed cool fashionista.
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Kick back with these acoustic versions of your favourite pop songs by popular and inspirational international musicians. Think Tyler Ward and Tiffany Alvord.
Journey through the streets of Detroit and New York with the best of the Motown. Rhythm & Soul tells a story of a golden age of music, from the Kool & The Gang to James Brown, and Mary Wells with her gospel version of “My Guy”.
Featuring popular classics accompanied by modern pop music, giving them a fresh twist: songs you’ve listened to your whole life like you’ve never heard them before.