Bring Spring Inside With Nature-Inspire Decor

It’s the little things within a home that can make the biggest impact — like adding a punch of color with an area rug or jazzing up your kitchen with decorative drawer pulls. Transform your space with these little moments of intrigue, just in time for spring.   

A sure way to create impact in any bathroom is to make a bold mirror choice. Websites like Wayfair, Josh + Main, and One Kings Lane offer a wide variety of choices to fit your personal style. Tip: Don’t search under “bathroom mirror” but rather “wall mirrors.” It will open up your options and help you find a mirror that adds impact to any of your bathroom spaces. This rustic 32-inch-diameter mirror was designed exclusively for One Kings Lane ($595).

 


 

Outside the Box Woodworking in Gig Harbor and Wane + Flitch in Tacoma both offer custom, handcrafted, and personalized designs from locally reclaimed wood and sustainable hardwoods. Here’s a chance to create a different type of family heirloom — one that your children might actually want to keep!

 


 

Vessel sinks are a great solution for adding a burst of artisan interest to a small powder-room space. Dutchmasters in Blush Floral (from left, $1,132) by Ashley Woodson Bailey highlights lush flowers, while the Botanical Study (middle, $1,480) features intricate line work. Mille Fleurs (right, $1,480), with platinum and gold accents, was inspired by Old World folk art. Available for order from the Kohler Signature Store in Bellevue.

 


 

Sometimes even a few fun kitchen utensils can brighten your cooktop and bring a smile. Which is why we love Williams Sonoma. Their expansive new store at University Village has gadgets galore, including exclusive seasonal patterns. A set of three spatulas is $27.95.

 

 


 

Yearning to bring some plants and foliage inside but lack the skills to keep an indoor plant from dying? How about this beautifully rendered removable wallpaper from Wild Habitat? Pictured here are the whimsical watercolorings of Herb Garden and Swarm. Prices vary. Available on their website at wildhabitat.shop.

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