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KCL Friday Finds

Happy weekend!! I've got another round up of beautiful home decor items for you guys today. It hasn't been intentional, it just so happens that the Friday Finds participants have all been home decor shops lately, and I'm loving it! With Spring coming up soon, it's the perfect time to spruce things up around the house and update your decor for the new season. Pictured: Geometric Pineapple Jewelry Holder/Home Accessory

First up is something we could all use more of in our homes - hygge by Snygge Home (pronounced snoo-gue). Snygge is a play on the danish word hygge that I'm sure you've heard of by now...or at least seen and thought what is hygge anyway? Hygge is "a quality of coziness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being." You can read more about it on Hygge Home.

At Snygge Home, owner Alice and her boyfriend Jack create hygge-inspired homeware, gifts, and event decorations using 3D printing. And like most E…

Spring Office Decor

Your home décor could likely use a splash of post-winter cheer, and your home office is a great candidate for a makeover. The look of your space can have a direct effect on productivity, so, if you’re working from home regularly, it’s worth the upgrade. And, hey, you might just look forward to working in a room that’s just as fresh as what’s happening outside of your window. Need further inspiration? Here are five ways to add touches of spring to your office. Pictured: West Elm Color Pop Office Accessories - Mint

1. Hang a Cheery Tapestry or Textile  Renters, listen up: Not all wall color has to come from paint. Instead, you can find a fabric that screams, “spring!” and hang it on a wall in your office. The idea of a wall-hung tapestry might conjure images of college apartments with psychedelic fabrics dangled behind a futon, but this look is nothing but classy when done right. Find a fabric that speaks to you, make sure it’s cut and hung precisely and — voila.

Anthropologie Pinched Glass Vase

2. Keep It Fresh  One of the clearest signs that spring has sprung? The emergence of new flowers, of course. You might not have time to cultivate your own indoor garden, but your local florist can help you channel the blooms, scents and shades of the season. All you have to do is find a cute way to display your freshly cut flowers.
Set of Clear Glass Bud Vases

Perhaps you have a tried-and-true vase to fill, or you split your selection over a handful of shabby-chic mason jars. If you're limited on desk space, try a small jar or bud vase, like the one pictured above. No matter what, you’ll be bringing in a healthy dose of that spring feeling into your office décor.

3. Let the Light In  You might have lost touch with it during a dreary winter, but we promise that the sun still exists. It may not particularly be a “spring color,” but sunlight should be welcomed into your home office. For one thing, it has been shown to boost workplace performance across a handful of studies. It also makes a space look and feel much warmer than artificial light. Swap out your blinds for light sheer curtain panels to let more light in.

Perhaps your office has a lack of windows or the traditional office doors block access to natural light. A weekend of DIY could remedy your problem with a new set of glass doors that will make the entire room feel brighter and breezier, just like spring.

West Elm Color Pop Office Accessories - Mint

4. Play With Pastels  No color group better represents spring than soft pastels. We say pastels, plural, because all pastels go together. Make a point to bring in more than one hue and be prepared to feel super spring-y every time you sit down to work.
Magnolia Flowers Wall Decal

5. Don’t Be Too Serious  Spring is a time to lighten up, so let your décor reflect that change in attitude. Even if you don’t want your space to be completely spring-inspired, a piece of whimsical art could transform your office. Your interpretation of whimsy will help you choose something, but consider something as fun, colorful and easy to find as a vintage vacation poster or a floral wall decal. Year-round, you’ll look at it and smile, which is what you should be doing regardless of whether or not it’s spring.

Megan Wild is a home interior specialist who loves everything about Spring, from the colors to the warm weather. When she’s not outside writing, you can find her hiking in the great outdoors. Check out her blog, Your Wild Home, for more home inspiration. 

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  1. The easiest way is to put beautiful floral arrangements on the tables and window sills and enjoy the aromas and look of spring blooms.

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