What better time to refresh your inventory of homewares than in the spring? The weather is warming up and new trends abound everywhere you look.
Like a timeless, classic wardrobe, a home only needs a few specific pieces of décor and furniture to look chic, put together, and stylish. While you certainly don't need to blow your life savings on entirely brand new furnishings, you can carefully select just a few affordable pieces that will make your space look fresh and completely of the time.
In order to decorate your home for the season, look no further than the latest interior design trends. According to designers, new collection drops, and tastemakers, a few major styles have stuck out this spring, including the use of natural materials like rattan and wicker, handmade ceramics, soft pampas grass instead of traditional botanicals, bold patterns, and curved furnishings rather than straight lines.
Ahead tap into each of these spring décor trends (and more) by shopping our 15-piece capsule décor edit for the season. Discover unique ways to style each of the pieces in your home for a look that's fresh and oh so cool.
Jute Rug + Rattan Chair + Woven Pendant Light
Infuse your living room with texture by sourcing a large jute rug to anchor the space. This area rug is an affordable find from Amazon that will completely transform any space while touching on one of spring's biggest interior design trends.
This small chair is made of another natural material that we don't predict will be going away anytime soon: rattan. It gives the piece an easy, relaxed feel that would be fitting for a beach-inspired space. Toss a throw pillow on the chair and display it in the corner of a room.
Featuring a natural woven material, the large, oblong-shaped pendant lamp is a modern light fixture fit for just about any space. It could work hung above the living room or even above the kitchen table.
Sage Paint + Ceramic Vase + Pampas Grass
A color that has gained popularity in both fashion and interior design this year, sage would look lovely on interior walls. It's perfect for spring and would complement so many of the natural elements currently dominating the design world.
This handmade ceramic vase features a beehive sculptural shape. Its unique material and shape make it a necessity for any spring capsule décor collection. Use it to hold delicate stems or leave it to stand on its own as a purely decorative piece.
A bunch of dried pampas grass is all you need to upgrade any interior. The unexpected plant instantly creates a chic, luxurious atmosphere while incorporating new textures and natural tones.
Patterned Chair + Wall Art + Mushroom Lamp
The early months of 2019 have also seen an emergence of more eclectic, maximalist styles of home décor, which is why this printed cotton, velvet upholstered chair belongs in any spring décor capsule. The accent chair features a dark shade of turquoise and a vintage-inspired design.
Bold wall art is another necessity when it comes to maximalist décor. The geometric piece would look stylish paired with a variety of other pieces in a gallery wall.
Inspired by the designs of Vico Magistretti in the 1970s, this white mushroom table lamp provides a striking element of décor that feels like it's from another era completely. It's a modern light fixture that would contrast beautifully when surrounded by other styles.
Curved Chair + Pastel Throw Pillow + Sculpture
In case you missed it, curves are having a moment. While there will always be a place for minimal, modern straight edges, curved sofas, rounded chairs, and smooth setées feel contemporary and fresh.
We've said it before and we'll say it again. Throw pillows are the easiest and most affordable way to give a space a quick update. Get in on the pastel trend with this moss green velvet cushion cover from H&M. The price and style can't be beaten.
Made of cement and meant to look like a something you might stumble upon at the Getty Villa in Los Angeles, this Greek-inspired sculpture would look contemporary and glamorous on display in a room with curved furniture and pastel accent pieces.
Concrete Coffee Table + Paper Lantern + Textured Throw
Although this concrete coffee table may be intended for outdoor spaces, it would look edgy and cool indoors. Style it in the living room with a few softer, natural elements to warm it up and make the space feel more welcoming.
For just $5, this stylish paper lantern pendant light could be all yours. Hang it above the center of a room or in the corner or an undeniably cool look.
Just because it's spring doesn't mean you have to hide away all of your throw blankets. While you may want to store larger, heavy blankets, there's always room for a few lighter pieces to add texture and layers to a room.