From spring-green housewares and emerald-hued furniture to artful celebrations of ginger-haired beauty, these nods to St. Patrick’s Day are pretty enough to keep around all year long.
Cast iron cocotte, Le Creuset
This 2.25-quart cast iron cocotte is the perfect size for a romantic dinner for two. Its curved lid and oven-safe knob are designed for exacting cooks, and its deep green four-leaf clover shape brings a cheerful touch to every meal. $200 at lecreuset.com.
Acacia cutting board, Kate Spade
Whether you’re chopping veggies or serving snacks, this 16-by-9-inch acacia cutting board is just the thing. The enamel accent trim adds a touch of green, and “don’t cut corners” engraved on the top encourages you to bring out your best. $40 at katespade.com.
Canyon Fringe Hammock, Anthropologie
Take it easy this St. Pat’s Day and all spring long with this Canyon Fringe Hammock in multiple shades of green. The 84-inch woven cotton hammock features tasseled fringe and handing loops. $118 at anthropologie.com.
Mosser Glass Mixing Bowls
Serve up something special and shareable in this set of three green Mosser Glass Mixing Bowls. The largest of these nesting bowls holds 65 ounces, and the trio is dishwasher-safe and microwavable. $65.95 in stores and online at williams-sonoma.com.
'Untitled, Haute Couture' limited-edition print
Green isn’t the only color associated with Ireland. Celebrate your favorite redhead with “Untitled, Haute Couture" (from the Out of Fashion series) by Landon Nordeman. The limited-edition art print is available framed or unframed, in a variety of sizes. Starting at $24 at 20x200.com.
Toftbo bath mat, Ikea
Add a clover-colored accent to your bathroom with this soft, bright Toftbo bath mat. The 35-by-24-inch microfiber mat is superabsorbent, and machine washable. $7.99 in stores and online at ikea.com.
Project 62 Malvern Round Ottoman, Target
This stylish Project 62 Malvern Round Ottoman combines green and gold for a St. Patrick’s flair that’s sleek enough to stay out all year long. The flat-cushioned top works well as a seat, footrest or a table. $59.99 at target.com.
Celebrate It napkins, at Michaels
Add a little color to meals and snacks with polka-dot beverage napkins by Celebrate It. The fun spots are like confetti you don’t have to clean up, and the nearly 10-inch-square, three-ply paper napkins come in a set of 24. $1.99 in stores only at Michaels Stores; more info at michaels.com.
Citron chenille throw, Pier 1
Although this 50-by-60-inch citron chenille throw is perfect for your chilly March St. Patrick’s Day evening, it’s soft enough for everyday. The throw is made of polyester and is dry clean only. Also available in 14 other colors. $39.95 in-store and online at pier1.com.
Klaas Kuiken blown glass vases, MOMA
Netherlands designer Klaas Kuiken takes mass-produced bottles and blows them into vases. They’re available in three shapes, including this design, called Bottle DD, which stands nearly 14 inches tall. $110 at store.moma.org.
Four-leaf clover crewel-embroidered pillow
The abstract design on this four-leaf clover crewel-embroidered pillow means it’s a lucky symbol that can stay on the couch all year long. The 12-inch-square pillow is made of 100 percent cotton and features a solid ivory-colored back. $29.50 at potterybarn.com.
Copper Sham-Rock Glass, UncommonGoods
A single lucky copper shamrock sits suspended near the bottom of each of these Sham-Rock Glasses. Available in 8- or 11-ounce sizes, the glasses are handmade by Patrick and Carrie Frost in Mantua, Ohio. $48 or $50 each, depending on size, at uncommongoods.com.