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Spring is a long way off. Fake it 'til you make it with these sunny accents and decor.

Welcome to winter, friends. Although the season “officially” kicked off a month ago, this is when it starts to get real: You realize the holidays are over and there’s a good three months until you’ll be spending much time outside. Our cabin fever strategy? Brighten up your igloo and invite the sunshine in with these cheery accents.

Iconic Finnish design house Marimekko serves up smiles aplenty with this laminated fabric tray.
$63, www.marimekko.com

CB2's megawatt teapot would make the Mad Hatter proud.
$15, www.cb2.com

True, you might be too old for a rubber duckie proper. But you're never too old for a rubber duckie shower curtain.
$12, www.target.com

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What’s for breakfast? Adorable kitchenwares from Crate & Barrel's bright new collection.
$6-$13, www.crateandbarrel.com

When you're in need of a little pick-me-up, Jonathan Adler's hand-embroidered wool pillow highlights some of life's finest offerings: cake, puppies, bunnies and gin.
$165,www.jonathanadler.com

From Paris, with sunshine: Compagnie de Provence's summer grapefruit candle warms up any room.
$32, www.onekingslane.com

When winter hands you lemons, this ceramic pitcher makes the perfect vase for a fresh bouquet.
$29, www.westelm.com

The holidays are over, yes. But you can still get your glow on with these any-season string lights.
$18, www.modcloth.com

A citrus-hued couch might not be a wise investment. But a pop-color Ikea rug can transform a room without breaking the bank.
$199, www.ikea.com

Just because you're not going to the beach doesn't mean you can't use a fluffy, oversized Turkish cotton beach towel.
$63, www.dwellstudio.com

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