If you’ve been scouring Pinterest for home decor inspo, you know it can be tricky to find and purchase the items featured in the styled spaces. Luckily, the latest home decor news may be the answer to this decorative dilemma. SPRING, the go-to marketplace of the decor-obsessed, has teamed up with interior design service Homepolish for a one-of-a-kind styling revelation, launching the first home makeover project in their Spring Studio Series — the New York apartment of fashion designer Timo Weiland. Decoristas everywhere, rejoice, because now you can buy the very same pieces to achieve your #decorgoals.
Weiland is known for blending modern prep with downtown edge, and Homepolish channeled his distinctive style in the studio revamp.
To liven up the space, the interior design house incorporated quintessential modern brands like Tom Dixon and Diptyque. Some of our favorite Tom Dixon items available for purchase are the Brass Tray ($220), Brass Jug ($140) and Brass Dishes ($140, set of 5). Other goodies include the Fferrone Margot Water Goblets ($120, set of 2) and the Patina Vie Vintage Italian Blue Decanter and Cordial Glass Set ($175).
Other brands incorporated into the space were Doug Johnston, where you can pick up this unique Drop Basket ($68) inspired by the classic onion baskets made by the Shakers, and Yield, which specializes in modern, minimalist items like this sleek ceramic French Press ($120).
If you’re totally digging the transformed studio and uber chic products featured in the styled space, you can purchase them for your own home on SPRING’s platform. To stay up to date on all their studio makeovers, follow SPRING and Homepolish’s Instagrams, where they’ll be co-promoting the shop-able curations under #SpringStudioSeries.
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