By Domino Staff

Published on April 5, 2015

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Photography by BRITTANY AMBRIDGE

With so many to-do lists for spring (organizing, cleaning, deep-cleaning), we thought it was time for one not-so-stressful (or labor-intensive). Our kind of list requires adding color, mixing patterns, and entertaining more. You get it. Have a look at our 11 springtime picks.

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for the coffee table
Replace the oversized books with a set of napkins for resting cocktails.

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for the bedside table
No more midnight trips to the kitchen. Let a glass carafe house water on your nightstand.

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for the sofa
Easy spring update? Toss on a pillow in a punchy pattern. Yep, all it takes is one eye-catching addition to your mix.

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for the office
Something slim. Something inconspicupous. Something that works overtime: desk weekdays; buffet table on weekends.

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for the countertop
Something to smile about: This vibrant yellow and white striped vessel filled with your favorite blooms.

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for the stovetop
The tea kettle was always our go-to for adding color to the color. This season, we're calling on a casserole dish to make a red hot statement.

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for the bar
Sure, it holds cubes, but this orange bucket will also add a burst of color to your bar or bar cart or random bookshelf stepping in as Saturday night's serving station.

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for the beach-bound
Whether lounging poolside or hitting the sands, a striped towel offers a classic vibe no matter where you claim your spot.

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for the walls
Visions of summertime dance in our heads (and hang on our walls). Swap out winter scenes with something more seasonally appropriate.

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for the entertainer
When you're not breaking out this serving piece for a party, pop it on an ottoman for a surprising extra surface.

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for the hostess
Weekend guests often arrive without warning (or invitation). Be prepared for Sunday brunch.