The spring collection has launched at Annie & Flora to help you welcome in the warmer weather. I find myself every spring looking to lighten my home. I still love using deeper tones, and definitely don’t want everything to be white, but there is something so refreshing about introducing some intentional accents that will breath new life into each room.
The collection was based off a line of faux greenery that could pass as the real thing. Fresh florals in the spring is what my home needs after the long winter, but since they only last about a week, I’m always on the hunt for the next best thing. For this season, I curated a mix of stems that can be styled on their own or in a mixed arrangement. The assortment includes faux orange branches, two types of hydrangeas, green leaf stems and a tulip bundle.
The accents in the collection were selected to compliment the greenery. It offers a mix of tones and textures with a handmade and organic quality. The dark found clay jar is a beautiful deep base making the stems a focal point. I also love the woven tray for layering on a coffee table. It can hold a vase with greenery and be a general catch all for remotes and coasters.
With spring always comes the notion of cleaning which is why we also included a selection of beautiful accents to help you with the task. The marble flower dish can be used for a variety of things, but I love it to hold the beech wood dish brush. It makes a perfect and practical accent to style next to your sink. The cotton dish cloths and linen tea towels are another way to make a kitchen necessity be beautiful for the day to day.
I hope this gives some inspiration in how you can refresh your home for spring by adding in some impactful pieces. You can view the full collection at Annie & Flora.
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