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Is it spring yet? We’ll be asking ourselves that for as long as the weather lurks under 60°F. In the meantime, we’ll be making do with what we can: looking to the latest arrivals from our go-to brands to hold us over until we are comfortably settled in warmer weather.

Luckily, Anthropologie just released their Spring 2018 collection and spoiler alert: it’s pretty special. Boasting no shortage of inspired colors, rich textures, and a stunning array of handpainted earthenware, the line exudes simplicity with added flair and a burst of personality. Ahead, our favorite picks from the new collection, which will undoubtedly instill that revitalizing character we’re all looking to in the coming season.

Colorado Vase, from $16

Fresh florals will soon be ubiquitous and honestly, we can’t think of anything better. Well, this stunning array of vases does come pretty close. Crafted in Portugal, these ultra vibrant pieces are one surefire way to make the most of your forthcoming spring arrangements.  

San Sola Placemat, $20

We love a good embroidered detail and this colorful placemat is no exception. Crafted from screen-printed cotton, this is one intricately detailed take on a dinnerware essential, which promises to elevate even the most tired tablescapes.

Zen Watering Can, $34

Our plants are about to get an extra dose of love (and water) thanks to this ingenious take on the standard watering can—not that we’re suggesting you overwater them. The handpainted stoneware will fit right in with your ever-growing collection of greens.

Abeline Tablecloth, $128

Give your kitchen table a facelift (even if it’s just a temporary one) with a vibrant splash of color. Retro checkered and striped tablecloths, predominantly of the red and white variety, will be making a comeback this year so don’t hold out on getting ahead of the trend.

Makoba Napkin, $14

If you ask us, nothing comes quite close to pastel spring linens. Anthro’s take on the classic entertaining essential boasts a refined departure from the typical spectrum of muted tones, coming up in a bold array of hues including chartreuse, peach, cobalt, and even a dynamic neutral.

Hearthside Serving Bowl, $58

We’re seriously living for this saturated shade of blue. The handpainted mango wood comes lined with a lustrous brass detail, to impart your tabletop with a dynamic accent that simply can’t be beaten.

The bedroom certainly deserves a spring refresh and we can’t think of an easier way to go about it than by way of upgrading our bedding. We’re swooning over this one for its minimalist finish cleverly balanced out by the vibrant geometric details, which impart the overall duvet cover with a burst of energy and color. 

Color Study Dinner Plate, $16

(Originally $22)

Give your standard dinnerware a rest and swap in this colorful variety. Finished with a unique reactive glaze, each dish features a distinctive stripe that results from a glaze-resistant wax. Oh, and don’t forget the matching mugs.

Stacked Geo Taper Holder, from $38

Candle holders are about as standard as they come so when we stumble upon an alternative that doubles as a decorative accent, you can be sure it’ll be going in our carts. This marble and brass variety is one way to step up your centerpiece game.

Above The Palms Wallpaper, $118

Feeling a refresh but avoiding the whole having-to-paint-a-room-thing? Wallpaper may just be the answer. Enter this high-contrast pattern that will fit right in with just about any decorative scheme—minimalist included. Bonus points for offseting the monochrome palette with vibrant furnishings and bold wall art.

Glass & Stone Vase, $68

Sculpture or vase? We’ll leave that subtle factor of differentiation up to you. Crafted of glass and stone, this beautifully designed piece requires no more than a posy of fresh florals to make a bold statement.

Georgi Side Plate, $12.80 

(Originally $16)

There are no shortage of causes for celebration in the spring—Easter and Mother’s Day come top of mind—hence why having a mini rotation of vibrant dinnerware will be much appreciated. Crafted in Portugal, this handpainted side plate will serve up a major dose of style and color to your table. 

Hand-Knotted Talia Rug, from $548

Available in three inspired colorways—blue, wine, and lavender—this hand-knotted landing pad is the ideal replacement for the outdated piece you’ve kept around for the past few years. We can’t think of a better way to welcome spring.

Discover more fresh spring finds:

Everything We Want from West Elm’s (New!) Spring Line Minimalists, This Is the Tabletop Collection You Need for Spring Zara Home’s Spring Line Is Refreshingly Devoid of Florals

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