One of the happiest colours around, hold on to a sense of summer as long as you can with yellow accents and golden tones, says editor Lynn Stewart.
Team golden yellows with deep blues, navy or teal tones when you want to glam things up. It’s a luxe combination that works well in tucked-away corners. Don’t be put off using dark colours even if you are updating a small space – bold choices can give smaller rooms real impact and personality, particularly if you are decorating a room that doesn’t have any period details to focus on.
What’s not to love about these pretty and practical woven storage baskets? Reinforced with iron and handwoven using water hyacinth rushes and paper, these are tough enough to hide a week’s worth of clutter – and they look good too. Use for permanent storage solutions in bedrooms or bathrooms, or keep them in the corner of your living space, at the ready for a quick and easy tidy up. Immaculate-looking home, here we come.
Lighten up kitchen walls with this peony-filled pineapple wallpaper design. We know, it surprised us just how much we love its fruity floral fabulousness too. The grey balances out the bold graphic design, to create a light, summery look that really makes a statement. Keep everything else around it nice and simple, and let your walls make an impression.
How gorgeous is this mustard yellow armchair? An elegant multi-tasker, this will look quite at home anywhere from living-rooms to bedrooms. The colour is bold enough to stand out without being overwhelming, and the simple design means it will work in any number of interior design styles from classic to contemporary. Seating to savour.
The final touch for light, bright rooms is the addition of a mirror. More than just a decorative detail, a strategically-placed mirror will create a focal point, adding interest to your interior, and bounce light around a room, making it feel bigger and brighter. Position your mirror opposite a window, which will reflect the natural light and help increase the brightness of a room. This gorgeous Sunburst Mirror will draw the eye towards it and help to bounce light around in the prettiest way possible.
There are lots of good reasons to have plants in your home, not only do they look lovely and create a sense of well-being, but they help improve air quality too. Group a few together on a tray to create a natural focal point, line them up on a mantlepiece or windowsill, or hang them from the ceiling! Forget 80s macramé, this gorgeous two-tone hanging plant pot features a natural bottom half and painted upper teamed with a jute hanging string. It also comes in grey or blue, but we’re loving the yellow.