Spring is on its way, so I'm rearranging my home office - these are my top picks

A not-so-floral arrangement, coffee table books, and more key pieces have helped this market editor update her work-from-home station.

Home Office
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Most Curated is a monthly series in which one editor, team member or friend of Livingetc will share the top 15 items on their current wish list.

Over the past few years, I've made a conscious effort to create a work-from-home space for myself that will help me feel productive. However, I'd be lying if I said I've been using my home office recently. The colder weather has made me favor my bed, and there's an allure to being wrapped up in my warm duvet that helps me get into the mood to write. But with spring approaching, I've decided to do a home-office décor overhaul in the hopes of luring myself back to my desk. And boy, have I upped the ante with my spring picks. 

I'm mixing vibrant prints in favor of muted tones—this monochrome Coco Chanel coffee table book, woven rattan picture frame, and hand-painted tray are taking center stage. And let's not downplay the power of a scented candle. This season, I've found the perfect candles in the Ginori 1735 x Luke Edward Hall collab. (I'm particularly excited about the spicy and smoky scents). Want to see everything that's inspiring me this spring? Below, I've rounded up the 15 pieces I'm adding to my home office to put me in that warm-weather mindset.

Humaa Hussain
Associate Shopping Editor

Humaa is the Associate Shopping Editor at sister titles Who What Wear and Marie Claire where she oversees all affiliate organic and branded content for the fashion, beauty and home verticals in the US. Previously, Humaa was Commerce Editor at British Vogue where she wrote all affiliate stories to help build up on organic E-Commerce revenue. Humaa has a BA Honors degree in English Literature and will gladly give you a detailed analysis on every classic literary heroine, whether it was wanted or not. When she’s not trying to save the world one cashmere sweater at a time, on her off days you can find Humaa with her head buried in the most romantic of romance novels.