15 of the best home accessories to say ‘hello’ to Spring

With the spring sunshine streaming through our windows this week, it’s only natural that thoughts have turned to lightening up our interiors. There’s something lovely about welcoming a new season by mirroring it in our homes, even if that’s just swapping a cushion cover or adding a new vase. This spring I’m drawn to pastels (shocker) – pinks, yellows, lilacs, alongside fresh whites and cutesy details. Here’s a selection of accessories I’m currently coveting.

Clockwise from left: Chartreuse ‘Shura’ vase by de la jardin, £96, at delajardin.com, lilac oval braid mirror by &Klevering, £44, at smallable.com, bone china shell tray by HK Living, £14.50, at notanotherbill.com

Clockwise from left: ‘Wobster’ lamp base in white lacquered wood, £117, straight empire shade in jute, £59, both by Pooky lights at pooky.com, pink ‘Fasano’ face dinner plate by Casa Celva, £45, at casacelva.com, limoncello gingham linen tablecloth by Society of Wanderers, £43.77 at societyofwanderers.com

Clockwise from top left: Sage check napkin by Amuse la bouche, £16, at amuselabouche.com, off-white large ceramic basket by Ferm Living, £70, at amara.com, pink lavender frilled washed linen pillowcase by Linen Tales, from £32, at bombinate.com

Left to right: Scalloped round placemat by Deborah Rhodes, £28, at theedition94.com, set of 2 glass spoons in turquoise and light pink by HAY, £35, at article-london.com

Left: Rattan scallop lampshade, £162, and pink woven ceramic lamp base, £280 by Matilda Goad at matildagoad.com. Top right: White ceramic vase by H&M, £24.99, at hm.com. Bottom right: ‘Koa’ mug and plate set by 13:31, £38, at thirteen-thirtyone.com.

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