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It’s that time of year again. When spring comes it’s the world telling you that it’s time for your living room facelift. We’re not talking about having surgery in your living room, we’re talking about the spring clean. Out with the old, in with the new and all that.

After a stagnant two years, throughout which we all spent far too much time in our living rooms, it’s time to get rid of anything that reminds you of that period and replace it with something fresh.

In advance of the annual living room refresh, we hit the pages of SSENSE to round up 10 pieces that we’re definitely making room for. From new cushions to space-age side tables, our selection encompasses all the best bits of SSENSE’s Everything Else category.

Plus, until April 4 you can take a handy 15 percent off almost all of our selections below by entering the code 'SS2022' at checkout. Shop new season arrivals and activate your Spring/Summer wardrobe for a limited time only. Conditions apply.

Shop the best living room items for 2022 below.

Raf Simons Archive Redux Blanket

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Raf SimonsArchive Redux Blanket
$680
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Raf Simons' Archive Redux is a great way to get your hands on pieces of fashion history that otherwise would become the stuff of legend. Flicking back through a 25-year archive, Simons releases certain standout items like this printed blanket.

Jiu Jie Crush Cushion

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Jiu JieCrush Cushion
$85
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Crushed velvet is the star of the show here, outfitting the knotted shape of the cushion. It means that when you're not sitting on it, this piece becomes a visual asset for the room.

Wacko Maria Maria Incense Holder

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Wacko MariaMaria Incense Holder
$260
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Wacko Maria's incense holders are just about as dramatic as living room paraphernalia gets when there's smoke billowing out of them.

Tom Sachs Side Table

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Tom SachsSide Table
$2000
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There's nothing that Tom Sachs can't do. From NFTs to sneakers and even living room furniture, it's all well within the artist's remit.

BAPE Rug

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BAPEApe Head Rug
$230
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There's nothing like sinking your toes into the camouflage tufts of a large Ape Head Rug after a hard day of flexing.

Carhartt WIP Spalding Ball

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Carhartt WIPSpalding Basketball
$75
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God forbid anybody tries to pick it up or, worse still, throw it around your living room. It's actually been placed very carefully so as not to look like it was placed very carefully.

Tableau Nomnom Studio Meta Vase

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TableauNomnom Studio Meta Vase
$175
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We'll take a Meta Vase and you can keep your Metaverse. Thanks.

KIOSK48TH Recycled Box Stool

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KIOSK48THRecycled Box Stool
$280
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Made from recycled plastic, this speckled box stool is actually an extremely beautiful, mysterious object that will confuse everybody who walks into your living room. They won't believe you when you tell them it's literally just a stool.

MENU JWDA Lamp

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MENUJWDA Lamp
$290
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Menu's uncluttered interior items epitomize the clean aesthetics of Scandinavian interior design.

Workaday Handmade Embossed Clock

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Workaday HandmadeEmbossed Clock
$310
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Clocks can be astoundingly ugly, so finding one that does the job and doesn't invade your space is the goal. Workaday Handmade's Embossed Clock is our choice.

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