It’s that wonderful time of year where our go-to home decor lines release their spring collections and honestly, we can’t think of anything better. Perhaps it’s the fact that it allows us to enliven our space with a much-needed refresh or that it provides a metaphorical light at the end of the long tunnel that is winter. Regardless of what it may be, we’re all for a little change in our current living situation.
Enter Urban Outfitters’ new Spring 2018 line, which boasts no shortage of vibrant finds in the form of furniture, bedding, lighting, and decor. Floral prints, geometric patterns, and even a subtle nod or two to the ’80s, are just a handful of the decorative highlights of the collection. The line, which skews towards the modern aesthetic, channels the revitalizing elements of the upcoming season through an array of saturated hues that are seriously giving us life.
Read on for a first look at the fresh finds and to see our absolute favorites, which we’re adding to our carts ASAP.
Crafted from natural maple wood and detailed with a sleek white accent, this one is poised to become an instant classic. Coupled with a contemporary, half moon mirror up top and its unique asymmetrical design, the bookshelf boasts space for just about every book, plant, and knickknack you have.
In need of a subtle yet statement-worthy lighting accent? Look no further than this circle ceramic table lamp, which serves up a major dose of style. Pair the piece with a minimalist maple wood side table for the ultimate finish.
One of the easiest (read: low-committal) methods of refreshing a space comes in the form of a colorful swap—preferably via a new landing pad. This Persian-inspired print is one way to start. Its oh-so-trendy hue is a definite plus, while the vintage-esque finish will inspire an effortless boho feel to a room.
File this one under the best way to fill an awkward corner. Crafted of varnished mango wood, this ultra versatile piece can function as both a dresser and a nightstand. Its untraditional shape features two faceted drawers, a tiered top drawer, and a corner build that will fit right in within a cozy nook.
An accent piece that doubles as an organizational tool is a design move we can always get behind. Crafted of plywood and birchwood veneer, the fluid structure of the side table will inspire an element of movement within your space.
We honestly did our best in attempting to decide between these statement-worthy planters, and it was hard. Seriously, good luck walking out of the store with just one. The Soren Small Planter ($39) and the Signe Tall Planter ($149) were instant favorites, courtesy of their earthy tones and natural color block. And then there is the Carina Marbled Wing Vase ($49), composed of clay and colorfully detailed with a blue and white marble glaze, which will look amazing even if it’s on display sans fresh florals.
Channeling the deco movement of the ’80s, this blush-toned sofa is a statement waiting to happen. While it rings in on the pricier side, we’ll be having a hard time resisting the splurge. From its mid-century modern-inspired composition to the streamlined iron frame it sits on and the saturated yet moody color detail, it’s pure perfection.
If you have yet to get in on the terrazzo trend, now is the time. And what better way to do so then via a super chic coffee table? This black and white rendition provides a monochromatic spin on the look that’s right in line with the minimalist aesthetic.
Who doesn’t love a multi-functional planter? This perforated piece, available in two color ways, with its tiered side table provides ample room for your go-to greens. Better yet, if you have the space for it, set it aside the bathtub to house all your essentials, plus a vibrant plant accent.
For the aesthetic that skews towards the understated, a subtle textural detail that comes in the form of a decorative pillow is always welcome. Featuring a fringe and delicate metallic coin detailing, this woven piece will do wonders for the whitewashed interior.