These gorgeous floral mugs will get you through the snowy season

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During the winters, everything can feel cold and dull. But these eye-catching floral mugs will help bring a little bit of sunshine into your cozy morning coffee routine.

Rifle Paper Co. just released gorgeous mugs inspired by spring days, reading and buzzing bees. The four mugs feature some of the most popular Rifle Paper Co. illustrations by co-founder and CCO Anna Bond — and you’ll definitely want one (or all four) for a snowy night in.

The 16 oz. mugs feature vibrant color illustrations and gold accents, including a mirrored gold handle. These accents, however, make the mugs unable to be used in the microwave. They also can’t go in the dishwasher, but you’ll want to hand wash these babies anyway. They deserve copious amounts of TLC.

“Do you ever just see something and immediately know you have to have it?” one shopper commented on Instagram. “I love them all!”

“Goodness, these are so lovely,” another shopper commented.

The brand also sells floral monogram mugs if you want a little personalization in the mix. Whatever your choice, your morning java will be IG ready. Now to perfect your at-home latte art

Shop: Strawberry Fields Porcelain Mug, $18

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Shop: Bee’s Knees Porcelain Mug, $18

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Shop: Book Club Porcelain Mug, $18

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Shop: Marguerite Porcelain Mug, $18

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