Published on January 22, 2019

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Everyone else might be busy planning their spring vacation or preparing for a Super Bowl soiree, but the only thing we can think about is giving our homes a much-needed seasonal refresh. Lucky for us, Urban Outfitters is doing the same.

The fashion-forward retailer just dropped a slew of new home arrivals in anticipation for spring—and they’re all so good. Whether your timely makeover entails a tiger orange sofa or rattan dining chairs, the brand’s latest release showcases furniture for every style, budget, and space. Here’s a first peek at a few of our favorite finds.

For itty-bitty studios, open-concept sitting rooms, and beyond, a divider is so much more than a simple screen when it looks as cool as this ’70s-inspired panel.

We already know that velvet promises instant luxe, but terra-cotta? We’ll be incorporating this low-key glam color in the home more often.

If your New Year’s resolution is to read more, you’ll need a sleek nightstand with plenty of space to store this month’s reads.

Seamlessly skirting the line between form and function, this looped rattan stool is the definition of a focal point with a purpose.

Call it what you want—ottoman, pouf, footrest—this cushy seat makes for a rich addition at the foot of the bed or by the living room sofa.

Dinner guests will be convinced you snagged this woven pair at an antique show.

No dining room? This back-to-basics table was seemingly designed with quirky kitchen nooks and small apartments in mind. The bonus: The folding hideaway stools can be easily pushed aside when you’re short on floor space.

Sometimes, the secret to better night’s sleep comes in the form of better sheets or a sound machine. Other times, a chic, minimalist bed frame will do the trick.

See more spring 2019 collections:

Le Creuset Just Launched Four New Colors for Spring—and They’re All So Good

First Look: The Ikea x Tom Dixon Bedroom Collaboration Is Here

Alert: Pottery Barn Just Launched Its Spring Collection

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