Who said spring cleaning means chasing dust bunnies?
Whether a deep clean is on your to-do list or not, we’ve got some spring cleaning tips for your home that definitely *do not* include dusting in any way, shape, or form.
After (or instead of—we don’t judge!) conventional spring cleaning, try decluttering your home and investing in some new home décor for your kitchen and bathroom. Trust us. It’s way more fun.
kitchen clean up
Scrubbing the oven is so 1955. We have self-cleaning ovens now. For your kitchen spring cleaning list, try some new organizational kitchen items instead.
We’re loving the Artland Garden Terrace Carry-All Caddy. The woven seagrass design makes it ideal for all your summery dinners in the kitchen or on the patio. It features four compartments perfect for silverware, condiments, and napkins.
You can even keep it on the kitchen table or counter so it’s ready to go. No more lugging armfuls of ketchup and forks to the table!
Do you bring a lunch to work? Add a new lunchbox to your kitchen spring cleaning list. If you’re anything like us, countless lunches have spilled, leaked, and crumbled inside your old lunch box. It’s time for an upgrade.
The Fit & Fresh Navy Carolina Lily Lunch Tote is easy on the eyes—and the environment. Plus, its extra thick insulation keeps your food fresh. Say goodbye to your old lunchbox. Your new lunch tote is waiting.
Maybe you’ve mopped the floors and bleached the tub. Here’s a bathroom spring cleaning tip your grandma might’ve skipped: replace your bath mat.
Conventional wisdom says that you should replace your bathroom rug every two years. Even if you wash yours regularly, an old bath mat gets worn, frayed, and dull.
Treat yourself to a new one this spring. The Jessica Simpson Burnt Coral White Bali Bath Rug could bring a breath of fresh air to your bathroom.
It’s 100% cotton, machine washable, and oh-so-cushy. Add this to your spring cleaning shopping list.
While we’re at it, how long have you had your shower curtain? If it’s been a few years, your current curtain might be mildewy. Yes, you can throw it in the wash—but it might be time for a brand-new one.
The Style Lounge Multicolor Chevron & Striped Print Shower Curtain features a modern, chic pattern—but it’s still machine washable.
spring cleaning—without the sponges
Sometimes your cleaning list includes a kitchen sponge. This year, why not try some unconventional spring cleaning tips?
A little kitchen organization and a new bath mat can go a long way to freshening up your home. Explore all home décor here.