Spring is a time of renewal and a celebration of what's to come, making it the perfect time to give your space a refresh. Auckland’s city centre has an array of homeware and utility stores that offer inspiring items to reinvigorate your space, whether you need indoor plants, new reading material or simply a change of furniture. Discover below what might give your spaces new life this spring.

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Metal Planter Box, $119 - $199 | Shut the Front Door

With a fun and ever-changing range of the coolest homewares, gifts and other funky products from all over the world, Shut the Front Door has you covered for when you're looking to add something new to your spaces this season. Bring some spring flowers into your home with Shut the Front Door’s new metal planters to complete any space with style and functionality. Despite the name “planter” they have so many uses! And with a range of colours and sizes to choose from, you will be able to find the right style and fit for your space.

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Table Runner - Indigo, $89 | Ama La Vita 

Britomart's newest store, Ama La Vita aims to bring home and body together with a mix of interior design and lifestyle products. Prepare for your spring potlucks with their range of linen tableware made with 100% premium linen fibers produced exclusively in Europe. We’re loving the Indigo table runner! 

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Parāoa Enamel Bread Tin, $39.90 | Creative & Brave

Creative & Brave connects customers with New Zealand's amazing creative artists, designers, jewellers and ceramicists. Their Commercial Bay store is filled with a stunning range of art prints, jewellery, gifts, homewares and more, perfect for when you're looking for a new addition to your spaces. We're loving this te reo mint green enamel bread tin! Sure to brighten up any kitchen bench, this stylish bread bin has the words ‘Bread’ and ‘Parāoa’ written on either side and seals tight with a wooden lid to keep your favourite loaf ‘fresh as’. 

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Go Native Cushion, $99 | Gorman

Add a pop of colour to your bedroom or living space with Gorman’s ‘Go Native’ cushions. A beautiful collaboration between Gorman and digital collage artist Tom Abiss Smith, you’ll find this design on a range of their Hometime Collection items from bedding sets to placemats, planter bags, and bathrobes! Perfect for your reading nook, or as a decorative bed cushion, the Go Native cushion is made with 100% organic cotton drill for the outer and a 100% recycled polyester insert. 

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Harmie Terracotta Vase, $14.90 | Flo & Frankie

Flo & Frankie has it all when it comes to new statement pieces for your home this spring! And we think their gorgeous Harmie vases from the Ned Collection would be a great addition to any home. Inspired by Vietnamese artisans, The Harmie Vase, gives that hand-crafted feel, moulded into organic seed-like shapes.

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Rimu Cheese Board, $74 | Pauanesia

Pauanesia is always a joy to shop at. It’s brimming with locally made, distinctive textiles, homeware, jewellery, and special mementos that capture our country's spirit. For the sun-filled evenings, a new cheeseboard will be a great addition to your home for those get togethers we’ll all be planning soon. This beautiful board is made in New Zealand with native Rimu and Rewarewa and comes with a handcrafted cheese knife!

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Essentials Pack, $75 | Aotea

Sometimes, sprucing up your home can be as simple as adding a new scent. Why not do this with a new hand wash pack from Aotea? Aotea are committed to making functional and healing herbal health products. They take inspiration from Rongoā Māori and scientific research into the actives of the flora to bring you a range of healing and vitality supporting products. We think the essentials pack would be a great addition to any home coming with one Kawakawa balm, a Kūmarahou and Mānuka Hand & Body Wash, and one bottle Mānuka oil. 

Last updated: 14 September 2021

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