Must-Reads: Spring Cleaning Inspiration & A Case for Sculptural Candles

Must-Reads: Spring Cleaning Inspiration & A Case for Sculptural Candles

Every Monday, we corral five links from around the web worthy of sharing. On tap for today: the Oscar looks you didn't see, a literal twist on candles we're coveting, spring cleaning inspiration, winning interior color combos and why Nevis is everything you need for a true island escape. 

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT.

The red carpet felt alive last night with couture fashions fitting for the fabulous occasion that is The Academy Awards. There was no shortage of sparkle, and the clear color favorite was pink.  Photos of Lady Gaga's black gown and glove look and Gemma Chan's Valentino showstopper are circulating the web, but here are some stunners from the after-party scene you may have missed while you were sleeping. {image via Who What Wear

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SPRING CLEANING, HERE WE COME.

The season of clean-outs and organization hauls is approaching, and most of us have probably more than one space we'd like to spruce up. Here's a guide on the spots in the house that have the most cost-benefit from a clean sweep. {image via Camille Styles}

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IN-SHAPE CANDLES.

It's almost paralyzing how many candles with pretty packaging there are to choose from. But! These sculptural candles bring a new edge to this favorite gift product and home accent. We're particularly fond of the Aesa styles. {image via New York Mag

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PATRIOTICALLY PERFECT.

There's no denying color is coming back in a big way in interior decorating, but therein lies the conundrum of which combination to implement in your own home. These living rooms showcase some really great ones, like the red and blue shown above. {image via Elle Decor

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NEVIS FOR NICE PEOPLE & NATURE.

Craving the Carribbean sans cruise-ship traffic, shopping strips and tourist masses? Head to Nevis for picturesque fanning palm leaves, fresh lobster, and the friendliest native Island folk. {image via Garden & Gun}

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