Trending: Not so mellow yellow
From geometric neon at Louis Vuitton to zingy florals at Moschino, yellow has become the go-to hue for Spring/Summer 13. Not for the faint hearted, the speedy transition from catwalk to highstreet, has seen the colour now forge its way into homewares. It’s a simple way to bring a wash of vibrant colour to your home (or outfit for that matter!) and here are a handful of my current favourite pieces…
(Above): Ethnic textiles at TOAST from their new handmade collection team the subtle with the not so, through a clever reversible throw.
Scandi meets savvy with the new AKERKULLA textiles range from IKEA. It’s a refreshing take on traditional Swedish patterns and you can even by the fabric by the metre if you’re not wanting to go the whole hog.
This may not be ideal for the faint hearted guest but these bold pom pom towels are perfect for your VIP visitors (AKA the sister-in-law/stylish school friend).
Oh SCP you can do no wrong and this pigeon clip on light goes to prove it. If like me, you prefer your birds as a contemporary light feature, this is the ideal addition to any room lacking in lustre.
Bring to life those boring broderie anglaise bed sheets with a vibrant wool cushion by Donna Wilson, the go-to lady when it comes to quirky home accessories and gifts.
Ah yes, let’s save the best until last, this bucket chair, whilst looking rather bold placed on this optical illusion style rug, would be stunning in an all-white hallway. Urban Outfitters have most certainly upped their game when it comes to furniture of late and are most definitely ones to watch.