by Molly W March 19, 2021 3 min read

We don’t know about you, but we spent a LOT of the last year indoors. Now, the weather is beginning to warm up again and we’re excited to spend more time outside! While we won’t be cooped up indoors as much, we can use the new season as an annual reminder to refresh our homes.

We’ve compiled our favorite products below to help you transition your home from Winter to Spring:

Meliora’s All-Purpose Home Cleaner

We’ve spent the winter hunkering down inside, but we all know a good spring cleaning is the best way to get prepared for our spring and summer adventures. So, open those windows, turn on some good music, and get going! Meliora Cleaning Products are not only very effective cleaners, they are also made in the USA and free from single-use plastic packaging. Plus, Meliora is transparent about their natural ingredients - so you can feel safe and confident in using their products to clean your home. We especially love their laundry powder, stain remover bar, and multi-purpose cleaner.

Bare Candle Company's Honeysuckle + Jasmine Candle

A full home refresh isn’t complete until the airsmellsrefreshed. Bare Candle Company is a small-batch, hand-poured soy wax candle manufacturer in Georgia. The company was founded and is run by college students, making this an extra-special company to support. We love their new Honeysuckle + Jasmine spring scent!

Authenticity50’s Heritage Blankets

One of our favorite things about springtime is watching flowers poke up from a long winter covered by snow. In the same way, a pop of color helps liven an indoor space, bringing this sense of new beginnings into our homes. Our premium Heritage Blankets come in three sizes – Throw, Full/Queen, and King/California King – and are versatile enough to match every room! We love the look of a Prairie Yellow blanket draped over the edge of a couch in a sunny living room, or a Coastal Blue blanket thrown across a freshly made bed. 

Did we mention that our Prairie Yellow is Pantone’s 2021 Color of the Year?! Embrace springtime while staying on trend with our Heritage Blanket. 

USA Pan’s Pie Pan

While soup season might be on it’s way out, springtime means we're that much closer to summer BBQs! We love all of USA Pan’s cookware, but this pie pan gets us especially excited for berry picking season! Founded in 1959, the multi-generational, family owned and operated business has grown into the largest industrial bakeware producer in the world.

Authenticity50’s Signature Sheet Set

Be honest: when’s the last time you replaced your sheets? Not just washed and changed your sheets, but brought in a whole new set to your rotation? Washing your bedding is great for routine Sunday cleans, but a true Spring refresh isn’t complete without replacing your years-old sheets.

Just like clothing, sheets wear out over time, and since it happens gradually, you may not have even noticed! So, take a good look at your sheets, and if it’s time for a change, know you’ll sleep easy on our luxurious Signature Sheets. They’re 100% Seed-to-Stitch® made in the USA, from California-grown Supima® cotton, and will keep you cool and comfortable all night long.

 

Thanks for reading! Got a favorite Made in USA product perfect for springtime? Leave us a comment below!



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