Brighten up with Spice Route, the Bold, Boho Beauty

Saffron Marigold - Updated: April 10, 2019
Spice Route is a consistently favorite print: year in, year out; season after season. It is the quintessential organic, bohemian beauty—with rich, vibrant colors accented by pops of brilliant contrast. Today, we’ll look at how to take this exotic classic into springtime.

In each space, you’ll see creamy ivory, sunny yellow, and bright turquoise used as the primary palette. This is not quiet, serene Spring decor; it is raucous, vivid and alive. The rich red ground of Spice Route is the perfect foil for lush, “look at me” decor.

Accent with cinnamon, garnet, and pale turquoise.

Spice Route in the Spring Dining Room

A Spice Route dining room is lively and welcoming. You’ll have so much fun decorating this space – choose bright yellow (think a huge bunch of freshly cut forsythia) and turquoise for your accessories. Creamy warm ivory is your neutral.


With these colors in mind, look around the house for objects that you love. (Moving an accessory from one room to the next is a great way to redecorate!) Pick up eclectic lovelies while you’re out, knowing that a “little bit of this, and a little bit of that” is just what you want in your boho space.

If you want a splurge or a foundation piece for your dining room, consider one of the bright finds below… all perfect companions in your Spice Route dining room!


Spice Routein the Spring Bedroom

Create a bedroom that is brimming with life by introducing Spice Route bedding and playful bright accessories. Again, with turquoise, yellow and ivory in mind, we’ll gather pieces that draw from Spice Route’s bright accents and which play off of its bold red ground.


A few throw pillows or euro shams in these colors will transform your bed in a minute, and whisk your bedroom into Spring! Swap out a lamp base, bring in fresh flowers, and you’re well on your way to a zesty bedroom that will help you start each day with energy and imagination.


Spice Routein the Spring Living Room

Hang Spice Route curtains in the living room, and in under 30 minutes, you can completely transform a drab, wintery space into something fresh and vibrant. Use aged metallic or rich wooden curtain rods to tap into the global sensation of this print.


For this space, let the curtain take the lead. Don’t use pieces that outweigh or compete with the vibrant pattern, rather, use warm neutrals, rustic metallics, and a few bright accents to balance out your new, lush space.


I just received my stunning Spice Route Red Holiday Tablecloth! It is gorgeous!!! I can easily tell it is made by hand because the quality is excellent. I am so anxious to use it tomorrow for my garden party! It is even more beautiful in person. Thank you for maintaining such high standards!
Paula from Suwanee, Georgia

I really could not be happier with the Spice Route duvet cover. The colors are spectacular, the pattern not at all overwhelming in my small New York City bedroom, and the quality of materials is outstanding. Even my husband said, ‘Wow, this is really nice. Good choice.’ I particularly like the concealed-button ‘pull-up’ openings at the top of the cover that allow me to pull the duvet itself in all the way rather than having to shake it in. It is a pleasure to do business with a company that takes pride (with good reason!) in its products. Thank you very much.
Genevieve from New York, New York

Have a few ideas of how you’d like to use Spice Route this spring? We hope so. Soon it will be the perfect day to fling open the windows, head out to the yard, revel in everything growing and new—and tie it all together with joyous Spice Route.

There’s spring cleaning, and then there’s spring decorating! We’ve got loads of ideas for creating beautiful global bedrooms, dining rooms and baths.

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  1. Hi! I am still using my two beautiful Saffron Marigold bedspreads- as coverings for my loveseat and my sofa in the living room. I have written to you before to tell you how much I love them and how much they brighten my home. Your products are lovely. thank you, Liz femenias, torrey Utah

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