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Spring is finally here! Goodbye cold, dark afternoons and bare trees – hello little critters digging holes in our yards, chirping birds and baby animals, first blooms and stunning spring tulips. But what about inside? One of the easiest ways to update your home for spring is to change a few things on your dining (and possibly work) table.

We stopped into Gather on Katonah Avenue to find some quick, easy ways to spruce up our table.

Reusable flour sack napkins in bright, spring patterns

One of the simplest ways to brighten up your table is with a set of colorful napkins. Whether it’s breakfast before dawn, a mid-day snack or a long, luxurious meal that lasts late into the night, the addition of these quaint napkins will brighten your mood. 

Soft purple candlesticks and beeswax candles

On their own or with a set of candles, a set of glass candlesticks will add just a touch of glamour to your spring table. 

A collection of bud vases 

Not everything needs to match in shape or color. These three translucent bud vases complement each other perfectly, bringing a sense of whimsy to your family meals.

Editor-in-Chief at Connect to Northern Westchester | Website

Gia Miller is an award-winning journalist and the editor-in-chief/co-publisher of Connect to Northern Westchester. She has a magazine journalism degree (yes, that's a real thing) from the University of Georgia and has written for countless national publications, ranging from SELF to The Washington Post. Gia desperately wishes schools still taught grammar. Also, she wants everyone to know they can delete the word "that" from about 90% of their sentences, and there's no such thing as "first annual." When she's not running her media empire, Gia enjoys spending quality time with friends and family, laughing at her crazy dog and listening to a good podcast. She thanks multiple alarms, fermented grapes and her amazing husband for helping her get through each day. Her love languages are food and humor.