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    Just 39 Beautiful Things You'll Want To Buy For Yourself This Spring

    🎢 They're beau-ti-ful, it's true 🎢

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    1. A glass humidifier/diffuser that changes colors and looks just like a nice tabletop vase when not in use.

    Promising review: "I absolutely love this glass diffuser! It goes perfectly with the decor/colors of my house. It's a perfect size for any spot. The stream is very effective. I currently have it downstairs in my kitchen and I walked out of my master bedroom (upstairs) and could smell it right away. The colors are awesome. My 2-year-old already loves it and has fun naming each color as it was on the rotation. When I'm ready for a second one or to give one as a gift, I'll definitely be getting another one of these!" β€”Morgan VanDerLeest

    Get it from Amazon for $31.99+ (available in four styles).

    2. A curvy plywood organizer to hold your remotes so you never have to dig into the frightful depths of your couch again.

    Also works as a tablet holder!

    Promising review: "Nice clean design. This is much better than a plastic holder and I don't like a bunch of remotes strewn across my coffee table, so this looks stylish and keeps my coffee table clean." β€”WriteStuff76

    Get it from Amazon for $37.39+ (available in two finishes), Walmart for $24.28, or Jet for $36.44.

    3. A tee from Uniqlo's brand-new ramen-themed collection, which pays homage to some of the enduring noodle shops around the world.

    Get the tee pictured above from Uniqlo for $15 (available in eight sizes) or check out the whole ramen collection here.

    4. Stackable platform bowls for your produce that will tower above your expectations.

    Get it from Y Living for $32.50 (also available in blue and pink).

    5. A pair of minimalist to-go French press mugs, to ensure minimally stressful mornings ahead.

    Get the pair from Food52 for $42 (available in green, navy, and brown).

    6. A metal table lamp, for a way to add some personality to your space without much effort.

    Promising review: "I like the look of the lamp and the ability to adjust the lampshade to redirect the light." β€”Deborah

    Get it from Target for $28.49.

    7. A set of three airtight glass food storage containers to keep your unused baking supplies and snacks looking organized and tasting fresh.

    Promising review: "Simple, functional, and worthy of counter space. Airtight was a must for me, and I really don't care for the bulky thick look of lids with rubber moveable bands. These are seamless, which makes them easy to wash without worry of water trapped in the lids. They don't take up a lot of room. Modular design makes them stackable with just enough lift so that they won't slide off. Describing the glass as 'thin' tends to mislead people into thinking they're cheap or poor quality β€” that's not the case with these. For me they are a perfect combination of design and functionality. Lastly, love the fact that the packaging comes with a note to please recycle. Nice!" β€”Sasha Fritzgerald

    Get a set of three from Amazon for $25.92.

    8. A midcentury-modern walnut lounge chair with classy details that will complement any living room.

    Promising review: "Great accent chair in the living room. Very easy to put together; only took me about 10-15 minutes. Very happy with this purchase." β€”Steven T

    Get it from Overstock for $194.

    9. A pair of Birkenstock sandals to complete your free-spirited spring transformation.

    Get them from Zappos for $39.95 (available in men's sizes 8–13.5 and in three colors and women's sizes 5–10.5 and in seven colors), Nordstrom for $39.95 (available in men's sizes 8-13.5 and in in seven colors or women's sizes 5-10.5 and in eight colors), or Need Supply for $35 (available in men's sizes 9-12 and in two colors).

    10. A birch MacBook stand with an integrated cable holder to free up your desk space and eliminate clutter.

    Promising review: "I have been looking for something like this for years. This is a brilliant invention. It holds my MacBook, Macbook Air, and my iPad Mini. Steve Jobs would have loved this idea. It has long been a problem of where to put my devices when I'm done using them, and this finally solves that problem. They take up no room and stand steadily where they sit; no tipping over." β€”Worn Stone

    Get it from Amazon for $54.64 (also available in silver and space gray).

    11. An industrial steel magazine rack, so you can singlehandedly revive the print industry β€” or just have a nice centerpiece to look at.

    Get it from Food52 for $35 (available in black and white).

    12. A classy leather coin case, because you're trying to keep your stuff organized for a change.

    Get it from NeedSupply for $78 (available in black and light brown).

    Or get a more budget-friendly option from Etsy for $18.70.

    13. A vintage-style Crosley turntable for a nice starter option that won't set you back a ton of money (or at least until you realize you now have to start building a vinyl collection).

    Holli Reese / Amazon User / Via, John W. / Amazon User / Via

    Promising review: "Let me preface this by saying I am in no way a turntable expert or vintage vynil master, I am simply a girl standing in front of a record player and asking it to not sound horrible and be cute. In that respect, this Crosley is by far and away my favorite bit of furniture. It's got a very mod vibe without the huge price tag of a for-real vintage player, and I personally think it sounds great β€” much louder than the portable briefcase Crosley. The legs come off too if you wish to make your friends jealous at a party. There is also an auxiliary cable port if you don't have your favorite tunes in record format yet. Overall it suits my needs just fine. It fits my midcentury-modern decor, and I can hear it in every room in my house." β€”Phryne

    Get it from Amazon for $151.03 (available in four colors).

    14. A cotton-blend tortilla swaddle and cap, because what's more beautiful than a literal burrito baby?

    Promising review: "I used my swaddle constantly with my newborn and thought a swaddle with a dose of humor and made by a mom in Brooklyn fit my interest in buying local, well-made products for people I care about." β€”Elizabeth

    Get it from Uncommon Goods for $48.

    15. A metal side table with natural-tone leg tips for a versatile look.

    Get it from Walmart for $109 (available in six colors).

    16. An unbranded Peel case that's so thin and subtle, you'll forget there's anything protecting your phone (but, do not fear, there is!).

    Read my full review of Peel in February's Life-Changing Things To Try here.

    Get it from Peel for $24.99 (available in seven colors and 19 sizes).

    17. A set of six cacti-shaped glasses, because unlike succulents, you need to stay hydrated.

    Promising review: "These are seriously the coolest glasses. So creative and unique. The green color is great and they look wonderful on display. I like that they're kind of in disguise β€” not clearly cups. Really awesome artistic idea." β€”Michael

    Get the set from Uncommon Goods for $54.95.

    18. A compact, reusable grocery bag that'll put an end to your cupboard overflowing with plastic bags.

    Get it from Baggu for $10.

    19. A splurge-worthy mini KitchenAid stand mixer that you can use for basically everything under the sun. (This is not to say it should be used for Tide Pods.)

    You can make so many things with them!

    Promising review: "Love love love. I have arthritis and needed something lighter weight. So excited! Fit perfect in my pantry shelf. Love that i can put it away when I want or leave it out. The size is fabulous. I'm not a huge baker but I'll admit I have used it three to four times a week. Way more than I thought I would." β€”J.B.

    Get it from Amazon for $229+ (available in 12 colors).

    20. A guac bowl you'll roll your eyes at and then realize you quite want. / Via Viviana Santiago

    Promising review: "I can't get over that someone actually made this, and the amount of thought put into it. If you close the lid with the spoon inside, it looks just like a real avocado, complete with the end of the spoon sticking out as the stem. It's perfect." β€”Progressive

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    21. A waxed canvas tote that's perfect for city dwellers who are always on the go and in constant need of more pockets.

    Get it from NeedSupply for $104.99 ($69 off the list price).

    Or get a a more budget-friendly option (with fewer pockets) at Madewell for $58 (available in four colors).

    22. This best-selling candle that people say smells just like the one burning in every Anthropologie store.

    Read the full review of it here.

    Get it from Target for $10.99.

    23. A faux-palm leaf branch, because you're learning more about your personal strengths, and keeping plants alive is absolutely not one of them.

    Or, you could always look into one of the items to correct your poor plant parenting.

    Get it from West Elm for $24.

    24. A Bauhaus-inspired bookend to take your #shelfies to new, Goopian levels.

    Get it from Amara for $45 or Lumens for $45 (available in dark blue and dusty blue).

    25. A pair of incredibly comfy slippers for lounging around the home in style.

    Promising review: "Absolutely love these slippers. They're snug on my foot but not tight, they fit like a slipper should. Nice and warm and soft, highly recommend. They're cushy and soft to walk on and I'm really glad I got them. Whenever they wear out I'll definitely be getting another pair." β€”Elizabeth

    Get them from Amazon for $17.99 (available in sizes S–XL and in four colors).

    26. An orb-shaped olive oil and vinegar set that looks like it has arrived from the future with a message.

    Promising review: "So cute β€” very thin glass but not so thin I'm afraid of it. My kitchen is tiny and so is my table so this is very cute for my house. Also, fresh vinegar and oil is best in small batches so I am not upset about the size. :)" β€”Rach

    Get it from Uncommon Goods for $19.95.

    27. A Yeezy Season 5 backpack that's durable and stylish β€” but most importantly, you'll find major discounts on them right now.

    Get it from End Clothing for $255 ($170 off list price).

    Or get a more budget-friendly pick at NeedSupply for $32.

    28. A tower stand mirror to bring a little Japanese design (and narcissism) into your home.

    Get it from Overstock for $26.49.

    29. A snail hydrogel eye patch that'll inch its way into your grooming regimen.

    Read a full review of it here. (TL;DR: Our reviewer felt quite luxurious and puff-free.)

    Get it from Amazon for $11.73.

    30. A two-toned modern waste can, because they don't have to look like trash.

    Promising review: "The paint has not scratched at all despite the fact that my 2-year-old daughter rubbed a slightly abrasive metal object on the exterior for about five minutes before I caught her (what's that noise?), lol. I would buy this product again as it also looks great in my bathroom and could work well in an office too." β€”Sofkor

    Get it from Amazon for $20+, Walmart for $20, or Jet for $20 (available in six colors).

    31. Or, if you really want to lean into it: a waste totem with a built-in recycling and compost bin that'll encourage good, environmentally friendly habits.

    Promising review: "I had conflicting feelings buying such an expensive garbage can but after having it for a year I can't imagine anything else. We had the auto open kind and under the sink small bins but this multi use garbage can/recycling is essential for anyone who is eco-conscious or has limited kitchen space. No other garbage can could have integrated into our 1920s small kitchen. I use the bottom bin for extra storage and recycling." β€”Liz

    Get it from Amazon for $200 or Spring for $200.

    32. A bent-wood desk with a clear tempered glass top for a look that says "I am a sophisticated prefessional with shit to do."

    Promising review: "This mid-century modern desk is the most complimented piece in our office. The design is beautiful and minimalist. I placed some old books in the visible shelf and it adds character to the look." β€”Jessica L.

    Get it from Overstock for $377.49.

    33. A chic porcelain vase that breaks ceramic conventions with its inside-out finish (matte on the outside and glazed on the inside), because you like to live dangerously.

    Get it from Lumens for $49.

    34. A set of stackable storage bowls that can go straight from the fridge into the microwave and then into the dishwasher/sink. (No one could blame you if you wanted to eat your meals right out of them, too.)

    Get a set of four from Food52 for $60+ (available in five colors).

    35. A cheap alternative to traditional shelving: easy-to-assemble ABS plastic seed shelves.

    Get them from Of a Kind for $9.50 (available in three colors).

    36. A glass end table with a built in lamp and storage space that'll spare you the burden of buying each separately.

    Promising review: "I have these all over the house....guest bedroom, den, playroom. Son even bought them for his apartment when he moved out. Great for the price, does what it needs to do β€” gives off light and has an area to put things on β€” doesn't take up a lot of space, and is visually appealing. I have recommended these to many people." β€”litchfieldlass

    Get it from Walmart for $24.92.

    37. A mini vintage fan, because I'm told that summer weather is supposed to arrive one of these days.

    Promising review: "I've had big retro style fans, medium utilitarian looking ones from Home Depot and everything in between. I bought this fan because I loved the way it looked and it was small. It is all metal and obviously well made; not cheap at all. My main purpose for a fan in my bedroom is the white noise before and while I'm sleeping. I've tried white noise machines, phone apps and all the rest of it but nothing puts me to sleep like the white noise of a regular fan. Obviously, that means finding a fan with a reasonable decibel level and not having a fan that sounds like a Boeing 747 is landing on the bed. This VFan has two speed levels that are operated with an easy to use toggle switch on the top. The slower speed is the perfect noise level to fall asleep to and I'll never have another fan ever." β€”Theresa Dickison

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99 (available in four colors).

    38. An elegant walnut table that gets full marks on appearance and smart storage. (Check out those subtle pull-out drawers!)

    Promising review: "It looks great, good quality for sure, very stable due to its heavy weight and it comes assembled β€” only thing to do is assemble the legs. Takes one person only and about five minutes! Fantastic!" β€”Chelsea C.

    Get it from Overstock for $203.99.

    39. And a geode puzzle, because you've successfully navigated the IRS website and are looking to move onto even greater challenges.

    Get it from Uncommon Goods for $60.

    Looking for the perfect gift for any occasion? Check out all of BuzzFeed’s gift guides!

    Allison Krausman / Via BuzzFeed

    Some reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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