6 Ways to Freshen Up Your Home This Spring

From fragrances and artwork to linens and tableware, we've got six simple ways to spruce up your space this spring

From fragrances and artwork to linens and tableware, we’ve got six simple ways to spruce up your space this spring

1. Mimi & August ‘Swimming in the Amazon’ Art Print

Mimi & AugustMimi & AugustSwitching up your artwork is an amazingly easy way to update your space for the new season—and this gorgeous ‘Swimming in the Amazon’ illustration by Mimi & August co-owner Camille Forcherio will add a lively pop of colour to your home or office. This high-quality art print is designed and made in Montreal from recycled paper. All you need is a 5X7 frame and this beautiful piece will be ready to display and enjoy.
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2. Basic Goods Fruit and Veggie Covers

Basic GoodsBasic GoodsGo green this spring and get rid of that single-use plastic wrap by swapping in these colourful food covers from Vancouver-based Basic Goods Trading Company. Perfect for keeping a variety of fruits and vegetables fresh (including lemons, tomatoes and cucumbers), these handy kitchen essentials are super easy to slip on and can be used over and over again.
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3. MIFA Eucalyptus Mood Mist

MIFAMIFARefresh your space with MIFA’s Eucalyptus Mood Mist. This 100 percent natural spray is a purifying blend of Bulgarian lavender water, organic witch hazel, organic eucalyptus and organic tea tree essential oils. Helping boost mental clarity, reduce anxiety and stress, and soothe the senses, it’s the perfect addition to your home this spring.
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4. Mimi & August Cielo Candle

Mimi & AugustMimi & AugustThis 100 percent soy wax, paraben-free candle from Montreal’s Mimi & August will set the mood this season. This gorgeous candle is made in Quebec, and features notes of fig, black currant and amber for a sweet, fruity and woodsy scent. 
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5. Lovely Linens Herbs de Provence Tea Towel

Lovely LinensLovely LinensOne of the simplest ways to update your space for the season is to change out the accessories, and this  black-and-white cotton herbs-de-Provence-inspired tea towel from Lovely Linens is a great way to freshen up your kitchen. Perfect for drying dishes, drying hands or just hanging on display, it might even inspire you to cook up a little French cuisine (I mean, how good does a Niçoise salad sound come spring?).
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6. The Cross Lulu Berry Bowl

The CrossThe CrossGet ready for all the fresh fruit and veggies you’ll have access to over the next few months, and invest in a beautiful dish to hold and display your favourites. This one from Vancouver’s The Cross is not only great for storing and displaying, but also ideal for rinsing your produce
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