Pop goes the tribal print on LittleAttic’s mod, one-of-a-kind pillow covers sewn with Southeast Asian fabrics.
Available at etsy.com, $40.
Color-blocked bath towels have two excellent qualities: big impact and a little price tag.
Available at kohls.com, $7-$9.
Craving a total table makeover? Rachel Craven’s block-printed linens with rose gold stitching and neon arrows lead the way.
Available at rachelcraven.com, $220-$260.
Think of Caravan Pacific’s cherrywood and turquoise ceramic lamp as a jaunt to Palm Springs for your side table.
Available at caravan-pacific.com, $500.
It’s impossible to suppress a smile when serving pals with NYC artist Nicole Porter’s painted beech wood plates and bowls.
Available at nicoleporter.com, $45.
Standard throw pillows suddenly seem square compared to subtly psychedelic dyed batik spheres by NYC up-and-comer Andrew Yes.
Available at andrewyes.com, $375-$425.
The Around Coffee Table’s sturdy, go-with-anything Scandinavian design will endure for many years (and decorating whims) to come.
Available at woonwinkelhome.com, $489.
Set the table for spring gatherings and farmers market flower centerpieces with Bonnie and Neil’s dreamy, watercolor-splashed linen runner.
Available at homeremedynyc.com, $68.
Send a sweet message (and perk up a neglected patch of wall) with Coral and Tusk’s quirky, Pictionary-style embroidered “Eye Heart You” missive.
Available at stillhousenyc.com, $41.
Out with the old, soup-splattered place mats and in with new, dip-dyed beauties that evoke longer days and dusky evenings.
Available at leifshop.com, $8.
Trade banal bar soap for sudsy malachite, quartz, or agate. The stone-shaped chunks contain aloe, comfrey, lavender, and more natural skin soothers.
Available at beklina.com, $20.
Blogger, gallerist, and L.A. girl-about-town Heather Taylor puts a chic stamp on a classic camp craft with embroidered God’s-eye cocktail napkins.
Available at heathertaylorhome.com, $60 for four.
Start inching outside, if only metaphorically, with Blu Dot’s cheery twist on the classic sidewalk cafe chair.
Available at bludot.com, $99.
A Wes Anderson set piece? Nope, it’s “Hunter the Hound” — part of artist Angela Rossi’s delightful series depicting animals on school picture day.
Available at etsy.com, $88.
Call in the neighborhood kids from playing kick the can (or tell your roommates it’s time to chow) with Pat Kim’s triangle dinner bell.
Available at americandesignclubshop.com, $50.
Bold graphic stripes and a neon border make this jazzy quilted throw worth snagging from the kids’ department.
Available at fermlivingshop.com, $82.
After a season of darks and neutrals, Alexandra von Furstenberg’s shiny, candy-colored coasters feel like a shock to the system — in the very best way.
Available at avfhome.com, $118 for eight.
The object we never knew we desperately needed: an extension cord good looking enough to display in plain sight.
Available at schoolhouseelectric.com, $39.
With wallpaper this lovely, a little goes a long way. We’d make over an entryway or sliver of space with the luxe Thornbird print.
Available at michelevarian.com, $150.
Give your bed a breath of fresh air with soft sheets bedecked in a pretty watercolor kite print.
Available at serenaandlily.com, $110-$170.
The antithesis to girly chandeliers, Nud’s classic pendants put a sleek, modern spin on the dangling Edison bulb.
Available at lumens.com, $49.
Had enough hibernating? A stylish rolly bar cart makes throwing copious cocktail parties a breeze in even the tiniest apartments.
Available at northernicon.com, $1,551-$1,756
Make weekend mornings more Zen by balancing breakfast on Ladies & Gentlemen Studio’s white oak and marble tray. (Just add Sunday paper.)
Available at ladiesandgentlemenstudio.com, $195.
Just when we thought we’d seen it all in the world of faux taxidermy, The Land of Nod threw an irresistible curve ball with this triangle-patterned giraffe.
Available at landofnod.com, $69.
Spring forward with the Hoock Clock’s witty timekeeper, which comes complete with a neon nail cover.
Available at neo-utility.com, $38.
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