Brand Spotlight: Travel Inspired Pillows- Staff Picks!

We are excited to be partnering with Memento Style, Marra Home, Loloi and Safavieh for gorgeous textiles, rugs and pillows to add to our customers Spruce Up.

Freshening up your space is as easy as adding some texture and color via pillows. It can take a room to the next level. At Spruce Up we like to encourage our customers to mix & match and go with combinations of patterns and colors that bring joy.

You don’t live in a showroom, let your personality shine through!

Register as a member of Spruce Up ( it’s free! ) and you then can shop this collection. 

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Memento Style –Memento pillow collections are true gems for your home. A hand picked selection of vintage, vibrant and neutral, with lots of texture and real authenticity. Take a look and you will see the attention to detail, design and the delight they bring to a room.

Loloi PillowsThirteen years ago, Loloi Rugs was a company with four employees, a small office in Dallas, Texas, and an idea. they believed that innovative design, an eye for detail, and a commitment to craft could produce truly distinctive products.

Marra Home- formerly Ara Collective- Ara Collectives Mission: “We believe every person deserves the opportunity to thrive. The vicious cycle of poverty strips away freedom and dignity, leaving marginalized communities silenced. By providing access to the global marketplace through this business, our partners are able to generate income, which leads to their ability to meet their families’ need for healthcare, education, safe homes and to gain a respected place in society.”

SafaviehSafavieh’s mission is to perpetuate the interior furnishings crafts – to lead with innovation while preserving centuries-old traditions in all categories: from antique reproductions, to transitional designs, to the most fashion-forward contemporary styles.

Welcome to Spruce Up!

Dear Spruce Up Customers,

Since we announced the founding of Spruce Up earlier this year on GeekWire, we’ve heard a similar story from many of our fellow twenty to forty-some busy professionals:

“I’ve been scrolling through hundreds of websites, evaluating various brands and styles attempting to mix and match high with low to get a look that I love –with no avail. When are you launching Spruce Up as I need help from my personal stylist?!

Today, we’d like to introduce you to Spruce Up ! Spruce Up offers a creative, personal shopping service for all things home and design — powered by some smart artificial and human intelligence. High-touch, interior-designer assisted shopping brings the curation, selection and service of a specialty boutique to a modern digital experience, personalized to you and your home.


Here’s a little more about  Spruce Up

We gather information about you and your home, your style, color and material preferences, your budgets and your needs. You get a unique style read out that’s 100% uniquely you!

We’ve curated over 20,000 items from 50+ leading retailers and brands, from the well known to the unique and hard to find and our style prediction algorithms will match those products that fit each customer’s style profile, budgets and needs!

You get matched with your personal stylist – interior design professional who’s there to help you every step of the way. You get to chat with your stylist and provide photos of your space, Pinterest boards and tell more about your needs and preferences to the item(s) you are shopping for.

The Spruce Up styling fee is $25 and your stylist will hand-curate a mini-boutique of 12 perfect items in one setting to match your unique lifestyle. You remain in charge: buy what you love, all in one place – best price matching and free returns guaranteed!

Our vision is to apply data-driven design to help people surround themselves with the things that make them happy and to alleviate the stress associated with creating a home that’s uniquely you, and help you avoid those costly design mistakes. We do the work for you, so you can enjoy your zen.

Please try out our service and let us know if you have any feedback. What did we get
right? More importantly, how can we make this even better? Shoot us an email at:

If you’re a past or current Sprucer Upper, thank you for letting us be part of your busy
life, your beautiful home, and your unique journey. And if you’ve recently moved or
simply want to refresh your home, we can’t wait to spruce you up!

Go to: to get started.


Wishing you all the best, Founder CEO, Spruce Up,

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Uniquely You: Mid Century Modernist


Mid Century Modern design was driven by the sharp geometric angles, bright colors, and clean modern lines showing up in homes in the 40s-60s. It’s style has proven to be timeless, as it’s undeniable charm and aesthetic has gained popularity in recent years, Mid Century Modernists who feel a connection to that era can get their fix of retro decor without having to seek out expensive collectors items.



You’ll often find wood paneling and furniture in Mid Century Modernists’ homes. Wooden credenzas, table tops, shelving, any expansive surface that can be covered in a high-quality oak or walnut probably will be.


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Mid Century Modern furniture tends to have simple, modern lines with emphasized curves and angles. Plain front cabinets, pedestal tables, and organic-shaped seating may line the rooms of a Mid Century Modernist’s house.

Often, Mid Century Modern spaces will have one clear color “mood” or feature decor vignettes that give a space a decisive attitude. Patterned wallpaper and fun lamps that provide lighting to both fit and create an ambiance help to give each room a story.



Bright “retro”-style color came into the spotlight with this style which is why a lot of vibrant, spunky people gravitate toward Mid Century Modern design. Mid Century Modernists make room for chaos and calm.

With flat-lined roofs and expansive walls popping up in architecture around the 60s, furniture and decor became the platform for inventive curvilinears and angularity. Mid Century Modernists today appreciate the playful, organic silhouettes found in Mid Century TV stands, tables, and chairs today.

Mid Century Modernists exercise a lot of restraint in letting their spaces do most of the work and leaving room for their furniture to breathe. Open concept floorplans and conservative decor allow for light to find its way to the center of the space and a feeling of interconnectivity to wash over the whole home.