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If your home needs a little sprucing up for spring or if you're enduring some serious seasonal affective disorder (i.e., the winter blues), there's a quick-trick remedy we swear by: a visit to the MoMA online store. As past visits prove, it will have you marveling at a well-curated selection of home goods meant to brighten up any space.
With the arrival of the new spring collection, you'll find quirky light fixtures, geometric-print rugs, and a few products that offer some much-needed greenery. Think of these Garden in a Bag plants and kitschy Manhattan trays as a shortcut to bringing the outdoors in. We've rounded up some of our favorite picks in the gallery ahead that will give your humble abode the contemporary touch it needs. Plus, as an added bonus, each piece works just as well as a gift idea for almost any occasion. And, what could be better than that?
Like most inhabitants of New York City, you’ve probably been brainstorming ways to get the heck out of your apartment in exchange for a little outdoor time since roughly April. But, hosting an entire al fresco fete isn’t easy. For help, we linked up with editor and NYC-native Laura Neilson, who's practically an expert read
The Summer Friday is a New York institution littered in mythos. Last year, The Wire reported on “The Fading Art of The Summer Friday,” while Inc. recently covered the inverse, with the story, “Why Summer Fridays Are Good For Business.”
But, if you're one of the lucky ones who can truly enjoy a shortened work read