Super bowls: Sea-foam latte porcelain bowls will be your go-to choice for cereals and much more. They have a beautiful but understated scalloped edge and, best of all, they are dishwasher and microwave safe. ($5 each, available in select Anthropologie stores)
Sip trip: This “scenic mug” puts you in the spirit of vacationing while you have your morning coffee and features a lady bug on the inside of the handle for good luck. ($8 each, Anthropologie)
Goblet of desire: Step up your breakfast – or any pause to refresh – with this glass “helianthus” goblet featuring a sunflower pattern. You’ll be planning your spring garden in no time. ($8 each, available in select Anthropologie stores)
Rugs rule: Area rugs are easy ways to add warmth to a room, from a child’s room to the laundry room.
Dash and Albert hand-woven cotton rugs in Cabana and Stone Soup mix turquoise with pinks, corals, khakis and blues. ($28 for 16- by 23-inch and 2- by 3-foot rugs; sizes go up to a 9-by-12 rug, $385). Dash and Albert’s Pond Stripe polypropylene rug comes in a blue/green/white combo and can go indoors or outdoors. ($34 for a 2- by 3-foot rug; sizes go up to an 8 1/2- by 11-foot rug, $495)
Blissful bedding: Annie Selke’s colorful and whimsical designs for Pine Cone Hill combine turquoise with greens and pinks for an instant room and attitude brightener. Available in edelweiss (floral pattern) standard sham, $44, and cabana stripe euro sham, $54.
Matching duvet covers, bed skirts and yardage for drapes, slipcovers, etc. are all available to order.
A’peeling art: Peel and stick some WallPops by Brewster Home Fashions for some instant modern style. Combine the new “Calypso” Blox with die-cut Paisley Please Dots for a big wave of turquoise wall art. ($12 per pack of dots or blox, four to five pieces per pack; see www.wall-pops.com)
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