8 Things We Love in March

Think spring with fun finds like a glass hummingbird feeder or a butterfly-print teapot.



Sip Into Spring

Inspired by nature’s imagery (and known for monolithic butterfly prints), Jeff Barfoot and Shay Ometz designed the March Bee Things teapot ($200), a limited-edition collector’s item, in honor of Crate & Barrel’s 50th anniversary. It features an intricate butterfly on the simple round shape of the Bauhaus-inspired Arzberg teapot. Available at Crate & Barrel.
 

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