Permission to get fresh: spring art selects give your space a facelift


Weedwatching Wall Hanging by Jen Hewett

Spring is all about renewal, about fresh starts and resets—the best time to mix things up in the art department, if you ask us! Take a little bit of that vernal energy and channel it into your art collection. Getting the right new work on your walls can be super inspiring. To start your artistic engines we’re sharing the print + object picks that’ll be putting some spring in our step this season. We’ve got our minds on mood-boosting text art, retro references to outdoor recreation, and extroverted abstractions. Below, peep more of the art pieces that are topping our spring wish lists.

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A few of our picks:


(re)surfacing by e bond

Lemur from Madagascar by Jennifer Orkin Lewis

Plant Parenthood by Michelle Rial

A baseball game, Dailey, W. Va. by Arthur Rothstein

Leucojam Varium by Anna Atkins

The Ten Largest, No. 7, Adulthood, Group IV by Hilma af Klint

Untitled (a) by Kindah Khalidy

Nice Pants by Landon Nordeman

SR Flat Plants, Small Cactus Set of 2 by Scout Regalia

Opuntia by Jessica Zollman

Mister Rogers Portrait II by Joan LeMay

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