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Five items for sprucing up the home this summer

Five items for sprucing up the home this summer

We hope that you’ve been inspired by Marie Kondo and her Netflix series to do some serious de-cluttering around the home, because a tidy living space can do wonders for a person’s mental health.

If you’re one of the many who had already taken on the KonMari challenge and found relative success, here’s a next step that you can consider to make your home even more livable: Adding one or two (or five) pieces that can instantly switch up the look and feel of your living space, from bigger, more expensive items to small and affordable accents.

 

SoMa Valerie armchair

Inject some laidback coastal vibe to your living room with this armchair that features a gently sloping profile and tapered legs. With the upholstery coming in a cool palette of grays and blues, the SoMa Valerie can center any room with its calm charm. Bonus: It works well with wicker accessories.

 

Melamine dinnerware designed by Aaron Probyn 

A brighter tablescape can not only make an ordinary meal feel a little more special, it can also freshen up your kitchen and dining area. The minimalist Kaloh dinnerware collection designed exclusively for west elm by Aaron Probyn can easily do the trick, with its slightly textured matte finish on the outside and a contrasting translucent finish on the inside. The pieces work not just for everyday dining but for special occasion gatherings as well.

 

Monique Lhuillier Something Blue Border duvet 

It may have been intended for the kids, but the Pottery Barn and Monique Lhuillier collaboration duvet is great enough for big kids too, especially as it is Oeko-Tex® Certified and verified by a third-party lab to be free from over 300 harmful substances. With a 300-thread count and a sateen finish, this duvet will make sleeping in feel extra luxurious.

 

Raylan leather armchair

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Something a little unconventional: The Raylan leather armchair, with its combination of leather and wood. It immediately adds character to any room, plus its top-grain, aniline-dyed leather will lighten and soften with both use and time.

 

Bergamot Woods-scented organic-shaped metal candles 

Freshen up the air with notes of bergamot, lemon, lavender, and mahogany with these beautifully contained candles, and get everything and everyone looking better with the soft glow of candlelight. Once all the candle wicks have run out, the gleaming containers can also be used to store a variety of knick-knacks.

 

Pottery Barn is located at Central Square in Bonifacio High Street Central, at the 4th Level of Rustan’s Makati, at the 3rd Level of Rustan’s Tower in Shangri-La, and at Estancia in Capitol Commons. Pottery Barn Kids is located at Central Square in Bonifacio High Street Central, at the 3rd Level of Rustan’s Tower in Shangri-La, and at Estancia in Capitol Commons. West Elm is located at Central Square in Bonifacio High Street Central, at the 4th Level of Rustan’s Makati, at the 3rd Level of Rustan’s Tower in Shangri-La, and at Estancia in Capitol Commons.

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