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By:

Kristen Gibbins

When the weather is chilly and you’re stuck indoors for days on end, cabin fever can start to set in.  When that happens, a trip to NorthPark Center is in order to lift the spirits with its beautiful décor, landscaping and climate-controlled temperature. While you’re there, you can also pick up a few items to help infuse that springtime feel into your home. Here are a few products from NorthPark Center retailers that will help take away those winter blues.

When you aren’t able to garden outside, why not bring the flowers and plants inside? These great miniature pots from Anthopologie are handpainted in variations of blue, and would be perfect way to dress up a window with herbs, ivy or mini-flowers. Retails for $6.

This mini notebook from Vera Bradley is great to have on hand in your purse or by your telephone to take notes and write to-dos.  The bright colors and pretty flower will add a touch of spring, and the pages are wire-bound and made with recycled paper. Retails for $12.

Pretty much anything made from fresh smells divine, and such is the case with the Rose Face Mask infused with real rose petals and pure rosewater.  The gel formula hydrates and tones the complexion, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. Retails for $58.

Call me strange, but I love a good cleaning product!  My favorite line comes from Williams-Sonoma at NorthPark Center.  This line in Meyer Lemon give off a fresh, vibrant scent that leaves your home smelling clean naturally  - just like your living in the hills of Tuscany.  Well, almost… . Retails between $10 and $43.

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