9 Decor Items Perfect for Freshening Up Your Space for Spring

The perfect reward for finishing up your spring cleaning? A couple of decor additions to freshen up your space for the new season. You know, cheerful accessories that'll banish the long, cold (never-ending) winter from your memory for good. Byeee!

So below, nine of our suggestions.

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Did you know: artfully wrinkled bed linens are totally on trend right now. H&M Home has a (comparatively) affordable, 100 percent linen duvet cover set option in a festive light pink worth checking out.

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Celebrate the new season by switching out your classic blue Volcano candle for this pastel, iridescent version.

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In the spirit of spring cleaning, quit tossing your (pricey) throw pillows on the (grimy) floor when you're ready to hit the hay. This boho basket not only looks great, but is also practically begging to be filled with all those pillows you hoard.

Nothing says "spring" better than flowers. But picking, pressing, and framing them yourself can be rather time consuming. This affordable pressed floral frame from Urban Outfitters is a more convenient alternative.

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You know what else is called for? A light, summer blanket for your couch. This coral option from Ugg embraces the tassel trend.

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A new throw pillow? Why not! This one from Etsy is extra special because it's handmade.

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You definitely need a vase to hold all the bouquets of flowers you'll be buying at the farmer's market ( or, you know, Trader Joe's for $3.99 ).

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This bowl (and the other stoneware pieces that go along with it) make just about anything you eat totally Instagrammable. Natural, earthy dinnerware is definitely having its moment in 2018.

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Adding a rug can dramatically change the feel of a room in one easy step. This one looks particularly cozy to walk barefoot on — a requirement.

Carolin Lehmann

Carolin Lehmann

Carolin Lehmann is an Associate Editor at Hunker. She's a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism and has previously written for HuffPost, Seventeen magazine, and a variety of local news outlets. As a studio apartment dweller, she's always on the lookout for new ways to decorate a rental on a budget.