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The Crest Home's Guide to Spring

The Crest Home's Guide to Spring

After months indoors and the constant patter of rain we can see the sunlight at the end of the tunnel: spring. This season marks not only the end of another dreary (and this year, snow filled) Washington winter but the start of gorgeous, sunny days. To help you prep for the new season we’ve compiled our best products to create the ultimate springtime guide. 

Flowers Forever and Ever 

Perhaps the simplest way to freshen up your home is with a vase of flowers. While fresh flowers are always lovely, they unfortunately only last so long before wilting away. Thanks to new design technology though you can now have faux flowers that both look and feel real all year round. So grab a vaseful of your favorite flower or create a bouquet of different florals to celebrate springs arrival. 

13 Inch Yellow Pompom Pick - $12.99


13.5 Inch RealTouch Mini Tulip Bundle - $18

20” Pink Real Touch Hydrangea Spray - $12.00

19” Purple Lavender Bush with Eva Foliage - $12.99

24” Real Touch Austin Rose Stem - $11

Cozy Renovations 

If you’re looking for an easy way to upgrade a space without getting all new furniture or tackling a painting project, we recommend redecorating with a few statement pieces such as pillows and throw blankets. A brightly colored pillow or uniquely printed blanket can make a room feel new without doing or spending much. 

Woven Cotton Blend Pillow with Abstract Design - $48, Daisy Hook Pillow - $24, 

Hand-Woven Hallie in Yellow - $52

Rifle Paper Co. x Loloi Primrose Pillow - $120

Multicolor Cotton Throw Blanket with Dots and Tassels - $82

Farmers Market Ready 

One of the best parts of spring is the return of farmers markets. There’s nothing like spending a warm Saturday morning wandering through a market to select the freshest, most delicious vegetables, fruits, honey, and other goodies.  Grab these farmers market essentials to help make shopping and storing a breeze. 

Textured Stoneware Berry Basket - $9.95, Honey Jar with Honey Dipper - $19.99, Eight Sourced Salts Vial Set - $42, Seagrass Baskets with Leather Handles - $24.95 to $39.95, 

Ceramic Egg Holder - $9.95

Earn Your Green Thumb

If you’re interested in starting a garden, spring is absolutely the time to begin. While some might think of gardens and picture elaborate raised beds filled with perfectly spaced out carrots, the truth is gardens are completely customizable to whatever size works best for you. If you’re tight on space there’s plenty of plants that thrive in boxed gardens. Or, if you’re not so keen on growing fruits and veggies, flowers are a wonderful way to add color to your yard. Gardens are meant to be unique! 

Seed & Sprout Gardening Set - $24

Garden in a Bag - $12

Garden Maker, Culinary Herbs - $30


Garden Sprinkles - $4.99, Small Garden Style: A Design Guide for Outdoor Rooms and Containers - $22, The Beginner’s Guide to Growing Great Vegetables - $19.95

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