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Let’s face it, your interior could use a little change. While a full house makeover would be nice, a few key pieces are all you need to refresh your home and make it feel like new. We shopped around the Design District and found these six things that will bring new life to your space.

Versace Scala del Palazzo vase


April showers bring May flowers. And you’re going to need something to put them in. This Scala Del Palazzo Rosa vase from Versace Home is as pretty as the petals you’ll place in it. Consider adding this to your favorite shelf or centered on a side table. 

Armani Casa Jolie Desk with Dustin Director's Chair


If you work from home and find yourself needing a little motivation, try changing up your workspace. This Jolie Desk with Dustin Director’s Chair from Armani Casa is sleek and sexy yet has a beautiful vintage quality to it. We think it’s the perfect piece for any interior design style. 

Jonathan Adler Lips pillows


Throw pillows are the quickest and easiest way to change up a room. And these embroidered ones from Jonathan Adler (ranging from Lips Hush to Lips Full Does to Lips Smolder) are quirky and fun. These pillows are more than design pieces—they are conversation starters. 

Tiger Rug by Dylan Martorell


A good rug ties it all together. But who says it has to be boring and live in the background? Go bold with this Tiger Rug from Hoem designed by Dylan Martorell. Their closing sale is on now until June 2nd so don’t miss the change to pick up an eclectic piece or two.

Kartell red Storage cabinet


Stuff. It’s something we all have a lot of. So, here’s your chance to stash it into something cute. This Smike Componibili Storage Unit from Kartell holds the things you need to hide while giving your home a punch of color that’s fun and functional. 

Seagrass Cage pitcher


It may not be summer in Miami yet, and yet it feels like it. And with temps and humidity on the rise, you’re going to need to keep your guests hydrated in style with this savvy Seagrass Cage Pitcher from Mrs. Mandolin. It has a vintage ‘60s/’70s feel and works great indoors for a casual dinner party or a barbecue by the pool. 

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