The sun is out, the trees are in bloom, and we feel like shouting from the rooftops that spring is indeed here! We’re welcoming a new month in Nashville through our typical method of acknowledgment: It’s time for April FINDS. From your side tables to your taste buds to your beach-going accessories, there is so much to discover around Music City. Take a peek at some of our local favorites!

FOR SOMETHING COLORFUL

Beach totes

Beach and pool days are coming, so you better believe we’re keeping our eyes out for that essential tote to carry all of the necessary belongings. These large beach totes, $198 at Epergne, pack a gorgeous punch of color and also pack all the miscellaneous items you’ll need when headed to the water. Available in a variety of colors.

Beach tote, $198, at Epergne

Mini floral prints

If you’ve ever wanted to just pack up one of Emily Little‘s paintings and take it with you, now you can. These mini copies of the artist’s collection are perfect for a side table pop of color or a desktop brightener. Perfect for teacher or hostess gifts, these colorful pieces from Maxi B. Home are $15 each.

Mini floral prints, $15, at Maxi B. Home

Pompom clutch

We can’t think of any young girl who wouldn’t absolutely adore toting this pompom clutch. She can keep track of her things while feeling appropriately accessorized. It even comes with a wristlet! Grab one for your older kid, too — find them at Plaid Rabbit‘s sister store, Properly Plaid, for $20 each.

Pompom clutch, $20, at Plaid Rabbit’s sister store, Properly Plaid

FOR SOMETHING “GREEN”

Gold iron leaf

This shining leaf piece from Merridian Home Furnishings is just the thing to add a breath of spring to your home. Place it on a side table by itself or use it as part of an entire arrangement. This piece can fit into any color scheme and will last throughout the changing seasons. Get it for $45 and start creatively styling it in your home!

Gold iron leaf, $45, at Merridian Home Furnishings

Succulents

Got succulents on your mind? You’re not alone. When we learned about Honey + Gunn, we finished our succulent search with results that exceeded expectations. “The Bishop” succulent is one of many in Anne and Lola’s gorgeous collection of varying sizes and price points. The oversized succulents are packed into a high-gloss container and are topped with white pebbles and black or copper mirrored glass. Porcupine quills and pink agate top the display off with height and color. Available for $60 to $80, The Bishop might just become your new springtime BFF.

The Bishop succulent, $60-$80, at Honey + Gunn

Tristar hat

There’s no way to block those spring rays quite like an accessory that also celebrates Tennessee state pride. This hat from Fleet Feet Nashville sports the state flag’s Tristar logo while the iris flowers and raccoon on the back pay homage to the official state flower and state animal. No matter how you set out to enjoy the April sunshine in Nashville, grab one of these hats for $30 to bring your state pride to the next level.

Tristar hat, $30, at Fleet Feet Nashville

Frog vase

From adorable ensembles to jewelry and more home accessories, Raine is packed with spring finds!  Exhibit A: This adorable frog vase! The way that the frog is peering at the bright flower is essentially all of us as we scan far and wide for April sun and blooms. Find it for $24 at Raine.

Frog vase, $24, at Raine

FOR SOMETHING TO SIP

Rosé

Yes way, rosé! When it comes to dessert pairings, this Honeysuckle Rosé from Grinder’s Switch Winery is an absolute game changer. This wine boasts a blend of grape and cherry and delivers all the crisp sweetness you could desire! Treat yourself to a bottle for $17.49!

Rosé, $17.49, at Grinder’s Switch Winery

Sparkling wine

The days of patio gatherings with cool and refreshing wines are just about here. This organic sparkling wine is fresh, light and biodynamic. When Harvest Wine Market‘s resident vino expert Ames Bailey recommended this pick … well, we’re on board. Get it for $25.99 per bottle now!

Voria Bianco wine, $25.99, at Harvest Wine Market

FOR SOMETHING KICKIN’

Slides

It seems like everywhere we turn, we see slides. And we’re not complaining! This spring, e.Allen Boutique boasts an incredible collection of kicks that will have you perfectly prepped for a tropical trip, everyday errands and dressier spring evenings. This versatile pair provides reliable comfort and oh-so-chic outfit completion for $88.

Slides, $88, at e.Allen Boutique

Roam padded slides

We cannot guarantee that you will ever want to take off these sandals from Longevity Boutique. The padded straps and cushioned bottom will have your feet feeling all the love as you jet off to yoga or wind down after a long day. They pair perfectly with the fabulous activewear sets available from the Germantown and East Nashville locations. Here’s to “roaming around” Nashville this April!

Padded slides, $119, at Longevity Boutique

Sneakers

A great pair of trendy sneakers can go a long way. Whether you’re cheering at spring sporting events or just running to the grocery store, this Johnston & Murphy Tamara Perf pair will get you out of your gym shoes (like you promised yourself you would) and into another pair that is just as comfortable and ready for action. They’re shown here in white knit/silver metallic snake-print leather, but they’re also available in three other colors for $158.

Tamara Perf sneakers, $158, at Johnston & Murphy

FOR SOMETHING BUNNY

Bunny planters

We can’t help but smile at these adorable bunny planters. Available in three sizes, prices range from $15 to $45. Set to hold your topiary, your flowers or your moss ball of choice, these spring accessories from TWO for Home are the perfect way to welcome the new blossoms and decorate for Easter. NOTE: The tulips and moss ball in this photo are sold separately.

Ceramic bunny planters, $15-$45, at TWO for Home

Bunny napkins and plates

If you’re wavering between paper versus ceramic plates for the kids’ table at Easter brunch, your decision is now made. These floral printed and kid-approved paper plates from The Paper Place are the sweetest addition to your Easter spread. Grab a set of 12 plates for $8 and 12 napkins for $6.50.

Bunny plates, $8; bunny napkins, $6.50, at The Paper Place

Bunny with pot 

We’re not sure there is anyone who is quite as poised for springtime than this dapper little bunny. Just one of the many adorable seasonal pieces in COLOR‘s collection, the stone bunny planter is ready to add a fun pop of festive decor to your home. Buy it for $45, and enjoy filling it with your choice of colorful flowers (sold separately).

Bunny with pot planter, $45, at COLOR

FOR SOMETHING HOMEY

Baskets

Baskets always come in handy. These shallow yet wide baskets from Margi’s Chair & Chair Alike will have you wishing for one in every size. Ranging in price from $85 to $185, the baskets can hold your blankets, pillows, magazines or even your shoes for practical yet stylish storage. Margi’s collection comes through for us yet again!

Baskets, $85-$185, at Margi’s Chair & Chair Alike

Blue pots

We always love blue accessories, but these Blue Berkley pots might just be our newest blue obsession. This fierce trio of ceramic pots from the R. Higgins Interiors showroom is available for $150, and finding a place to display will be no problem at all. From styling exquisite interiors to showing us some of the best in home accessories, R. Higgins Interiors never steers us wrong.

Blue Berkeley pots, $150 for the trio, at R. Higgins Interiors

Barefoot Dreams® set

Just because the weather is warming up doesn’t mean you don’t want and need some of those cozy days at home. When you do, wrap yourself in a Barefoot Dreams® pajama set that includes a pullover, shorts and socks. This set from Sanctuary South will have you well-equipped for all of your lazy day endeavors. Grab a set for you for $150. If you’re feeling extra generous, grab one for a friend because these sets make great gifts!

Barefoot Dreams® pajama set, $150, at Sanctuary South

Tea towels

Join Nashvillians far and wide in expressing shared sentiments about the state of the roads. We’re thrilled to announce the release of thes flour sack tea towels at SB Shop! Available in “Because 440” and “City of Dreams…And Nightmare Potholes” styles, these kitchen accessories are the perfect gift for a good laugh. Buy one for $16 and use code “POTHOLE” to enjoy 25% off your second!

Flour sack tea towel, $16, at SB Shop

FOR SOMETHING LIGHT, SWEET OR SPICY

Healthy bites

As you’re running around Nashville or needing a quick workday lunch, I Love Juice Bar is ready to answer the call. Wrapped with rice paper and filled with spinach, romaine, carrots, cucumbers, mint, cilantro and avocado, these spring rolls are delicious and ready to dip in gluten-free peanut sauce. Stop by any one of the store’s Nashville locations, grab some rolls for $5.95, choose a refreshing juice and feel good about your lunch pick!

Spring rolls, $5.95, at I Love Juice Bar

Easter cookies

They’re almost too perfect to eat … emphasis on the “almost.” Christie Cookie Co. always knows how to take care of us for festive holiday treats, and April is no exception. Grab a dozen of these sugar cookies with icing for $40, and you will be the hero of Easter brunch! Fair warning, you probably shouldn’t bring them out until the very last minute.

Dozen iced Easter cookies, $40, at Christie Cookie Co.

Southern Duo

When Southernaire Market shows us a sauce, you better believe we’re taking notes. When they marry a “Southern Duo” of their signature sauces, we say it’s a very worthy find. The Southern Belle and the Southern Gentleman sauces, available for $18 together, are set to take you through all of cookout season. These are most certainly the sauces you want to have in your collection.

The Southern Duo sauces, $18, at Southernaire Market

We’re once again reminded that there’s so much to find in Nashville. Get out and support local this month — and every month. Happy April!

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