Blossom into spring! Soft pastels and delicate flowers will have your home looking like a sweet, romantic cottage—perfect for welcoming a fresh new season. Lavender in particular has a light, airy appeal, and we love it in all areas of the home! The lavender rose decor shown below is exclusive to Touch of Class®; you won’t find it anywhere else.
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Floral wall accents in lavender will look charming no matter where you place them. Oval wall plaques have a quaint beauty reminiscent of yesteryear. The metal flower wall swag, designed by Joanne Ferrara, can be displayed indoors or outdoors under a covered area for springtime versatility.
Leave bland bathrooms behind; this garden-inspired bath decor in lavender will make your daily routine feel special rather than mundane. Designed by Touch of Class®, these pretty floral accessories will “paint” your bathroom in gentle colors of lavender, pearl, light cream, and green.
Let those lavender roses vine their way to the bedroom too! Dreamy rugs and bedding designed by Touch of Class® will help you to create your own slumber-ready bower. A polyester faux silk comforter set and plenty of coordinating accessories will encourage you to get your best beauty rest. A lavender rose rug underfoot will leave you feeling like you’re tiptoeing through an enchanted garden.
The color experts at Pantone have unveiled the Color of the Year for 2019: Living Coral! This cheery, vivid coral has a golden undertone, making it both joyful and comforting. According to Pantone, Living Coral reflects optimism and playful expression.
How will you infuse your home with the color coral? Naturally, coral can be used to punch up any coastal decorating aesthetic, and it will certainly pop among cool blues and whitewashed hues. If you’re looking forward to spring, seek out floral and butterfly decor in coral tones. Of course, you needn’t adhere to a decorating theme; decorative pillows in coral can provide that desired energizing effect, and if you’re feeling especially bold, let coral curtains amp up a neglected window.
We’ve selected a few home decor items that have coral hues ranging from soft coral pink to deep reddish coral. Click on each image to learn about the item shown.
Spring is in full bloom, and Touch of Class® is introducing beautiful floral bed patterns that you won’t find anywhere else. Designed by Touch of Class®, the Essence Collection is unabashedly sweet: both romantic and charming. An eggshell color is the background for each pattern. Ambrosia has vintage violet floral bands and floral embroidery in dusty mauve, purple orchid, and green. Honeysuckle features buttercream floral bands and floral embroidery in pearl blush, mauvewood, and green.
Each pattern offers the following items, so you can create your ideal look: an oversized bedspread, a daybed bedding set, accessories like shams and pillows, and window treatments.
Vermicelli quilting embellishes the bedspread, daybed set, shams, and some pillows. All items except the ruffled square pillow feature flower embroidery for plenty of pretty appeal. The rectangle pillow reads “Always Kiss Me Goodnight” and is a darling finishing touch to each bed pattern.
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Here are a few decorating recommendations for your bedroom—items that will look lovely with the Essence Collection: metal floral wall art, vintage-style glass lamps, pastel floral Aubusson rugs, floral wall plaques, and weathered nightstands in light finishes.
Our latest exclusive bedding pattern is here, just in time for spring. Designed by Touch of Class®, the Cottage Rose ensemble is a spring dream with a serene aqua mist background, delicate floral bouquets, ruffle detailing, and white eyelet accents. Both a floral comforter set and a tiered ruffled bedspread are available, as well as an array of pillows and window treatments.
Click here to “Get the Look.” You won’t find this spring bedding anywhere else!
May 14th is on the way! Are you struggling to find a beautiful present for Mother’s Day this year? Why not surprise your mom with a home decor gift that she’ll treasure for years to come?
Click here to view a variety of unique Mother’s Day gifts, including the items featured below.
For the book lover:
Treat her to the latest books from her favorite authors, as well as the You Are So Loved Throw Blanket. Take over some of Mom’s tasks so she can curl up beneath this throw and read to her heart’s content.
For the new mom:
Remind her that for all the chaotic moments, there are tender, quiet ones too. The Created by Love Shelf Sitter depicts a mother and father gently cradling their newborn child.
For the pet owner:
Replace that worn furniture cover with something pretty and spring-like. The Butterfly Furniture Protector has a lovely nature-inspired design. It’s snag- and soil-resistant, as well as water-repellent!
For the nature enthusiast:
Spend some time outdoors with Mom, participating in her preferred activity. Bring a little bit of nature indoors with the Magnolia Charm Accent Clock, perfect for a dresser or mantel.
Those tender shoots of grass, that brilliant yellow daffodil… Nature is reinventing itself, urging you to do the same. If you’d like your home decor to bloom in unexpected ways this spring, just try one of these fabulous color pairings!
Gray + Yellow
Sophisticated yet fresh, gray and yellow complement each other beautifully.
Beige and gray create a soothing ambience.
Buttery yellow and pale gray have a soft, classic appeal.
Click here for home decor in gray and yellow, plus variations in similar colors.
Aqua + Pink
As if picked from a fantasy garden, aqua and pink revive any space with a sense of whimsy.
Teal and crimson effuse a dreamy vintage aesthetic.
Turquoise and coral make a coastal setting pop.
Click here for home decor in aqua and pink, plus variations in similar colors.
Green + Purple
Romantic and timeless, green and purple will sweep you away to a country meadow.
Mulberry and sage radiate a dusky splendor.
Lilac and soft green have a sweet pastel charm.
Click here for home decor in green and purple, plus variations in similar colors.
Easter is hopping its way closer. Here are a few Easter decorations that will bring spring to your home!
And if you’re looking for an alternative to those solid-color Easter eggs, consider these Easter egg decorating ideas from Country Living and the Squirrelly Minds blog.
1. Robin Eggs: Dye eggs a light blue, then use a fine-tipped paintbrush to paint brown splatters.
2. Lattice Eggs: Cut masking tape into thin strips, then crisscross over the eggs. Dye eggs as usual and remove the tape once dry.
3. Paint-Splatter Eggs: Fling different colors of paint at the eggs for a Pollock-style Easter decoration.
4. Sharpie Eggs: Use bright Sharpies to draw trendy designs on the eggs, like chevron stripes or ikat motifs.
5. Porcelain-Look Eggs: Boil eggs until almost hard in water tinted with dye. Remove the eggs and tap them with a spoon. Drop dye over the cracks to stain them further, then boil the eggs again until hard.