Welcome the warm weather by adding fresh touches to your home. Combining verdant greens with rich timber and neutral shades creates a seasonal palette that echoes lush foliage and earthy textures.
Embrace spring with glorious shades of green in a variety of products to brighten up your home
(below) Tole grape harvest trug, $395, from Quintessential duckeggBLUE. Secateurs with ash handles, $ 45, from Heaven in Earth. Linen napkin set in stone, $ 40, from In Bed.
get on board
(right) Welcome platter in sherwood, $165, and globe bowl in seaweed, $35, both from Batch Ceramics. Vintage industrial French bread board, $125, from Fossil Vintage. Tierra tiny bowl, $5, from Freedom. Hand carved spoon, $10, from Inartisan.
(previous page) Globe bowl in seaweed, $35, large dish in seaweed, $75, globe dish in sherwood, $35 and peasant plate in sherwood,
$75, all from Batch Ceramics. Hand carved spoon, $10, hand carved mini salad servers, $10 each, hand carved scoop spoon, $6, hand carved table knives, $10, all from Inartisan. Tierra tiny bowl,
$5, from Freedom. Vardagen glasses, $5–$8 for 6, from IKEA. Linen napkin set in stone, $ 40, from In Bed.
tools of the trade
(opposite page) La Lorraine preserve jars, $120, and French bread board, $240, both from Quintessential duckeggBLUE. Green vintage kitchen scales, POA, from Lunatiques. Allo mortar and pestle, $50, and Talo carafe, $ 40, both from Country Road. Iris Hantverk pan brush, $ 45, from In Bed. Hand carved table knives, $10 each, from Inartisan. Trapeze highball glassware, $10, from West Elm. Tierra cuddle mug, $12, from Freedom. Globe bowls in seaweed and sherwood, $35, from Batch Ceramics. Basix linen napkin in sable, $22, from Hale Mercantile Co.