After clearing out and organising our homes, following Marie Kondo's strict rules we're now focusing on filling our houses with items that spark joy.
Gorgeous, high quality, beautiful pieces that lift our spirits when we see them. From art work to the right scented candle, this spring summer is the time to curate a home collection of pieces to inspire.
The Red team have put together their edit of things that spark joy, pieces they have at home that make their days better - in some way, no matter how small.
Digital Editor Roanna Day uses this every day, whether filled with uplifting essential oils on a Sunday afternoon or sleep-inducting scents on a weeknight. It's the thing most regularly included in her gratitude journal.
"Anything Bamford sparks instant joy for me" Anya Meyerowitz.
For Red online's Anya Meyeorwitz this pillow spray has become part of a soothing nightly ritual that helps my brain and body change gears and slow down. Plus, it smells heavenly.
A proper napkin helps Red's digital editor swap into dinner party mode in an instant.
All of the Red team's houses are filled with houseplants, they add life and colour to any space.
The ability to have a gin and tonic at the drop of a hat is just about the most joyful thing there is.
This little jar contains all you need to create a delicious, joyful dinner in minutes. Add to yoghurt and use as a quick marinade next time you're in need of a quick dinner.
Since upgrading to an Eve mattress Red's digital editor has slept like a baby. Pure joy.
Making coffee shop standard coffees at home is basically heaven.
For deputy digital editor Sarah Ilston, joy is found in her big, warming mug.