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Treat your living space to a fresh start without breaking the bank with these small ideas that make a big impact

Say it with vases

A statement vase is one of the most versatile ornaments to style, so you’ll never get bored of it. Choose a piece you love and display it on its own, adding a plant or flowers if you like. Or group several vases together, mixing shapes and sizes but sticking to colours that complement each other. Don’t miss our new ceramic designs for spring – handcrafted by skilled artisans in Portugal, they’re made to treasure.

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Cushions to covet

Cushions are an easy way to add a pop of pattern and colour to your living space without having to make a big investment. Choose shades that complement your decor and upholstery, whether you go for bold with colour-blocking or play with pattern. Add an extra dimension with a mix of textures, from plush velvet to soft cotton.

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Best in glass

If breakages have left your glassware cabinet looking somewhat depleted, embrace mismatching and top up your collection with a few extra pieces in shapes and colours you love. Tumblers in pastel shades are a refreshing way to serve drinks; add extra interest with a textured finish.

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Switch up your table setting

Mealtimes happen every day, so little touches that make them feel extra special can have a big impact. Add a new-season twist to your table top with crockery that makes you smile. Try this new range in warm, sunny hues, or choose from a host of other designs to suit your scheme. If you don’t need a whole new set, choose one or two new pieces that will look good with what you have. This collection works well as a shot of colour alongside plain white.

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Make bedtime beautiful

A new bedding set can change the whole look and feel of your room, so it’s a great way to give your space a fresh start for the new season. Pick your favourite from our wide range of patterned designs, including bold stripes and pretty prints.

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Editor: Jo Caulkett

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