How to sprinkle a little gold dust on your home

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Fran Puddefoot

Yellow is arguably the most optimistic shade you will find in the colour spectrum. It is no wonder that it has been so popular in fashion and interiors recently as we seek to find more joy in the everyday. These warming, radiant hues effortlessly inject a little bit of summer sun into your space throughout the year, so we’ve pulled together a variety of our favourite yellow products to help you tap into the trend. 


Sit back and relax in the ergonomic comfort of the Calvin chair in mustard yellow velvet and linen. This mid-century style design is the ultimate occasional chair, perfect for a cosy reading corner in the living area or bedroom. £449,

The Alma bed is timeless and will fit any modern or retro style bedroom. The headboard is upholstered in luxuriant Italian velvet with vertical stitching and soft filling all at a perfect height making the headboard both decorative and functional for lounging or reading in bed. £1,729,


The Otis mustard yellow velvet three-seater backless bench is perfect for adding a little colour to your dining space. The openness of a backless bench makes it an ideal space-saver and the sleek, black frame adds a contemporary feel to the bench. £299,


Perfect for placing in alcoves to use as TV or record cabinets or for storage in the bedroom, these lockers come with one adjustable shelf and two hooks, allowing you to personalise the inside of your locker. The lockers arrive flat packed but are easily assembled. £289,


The Bertie hand blown yellow shade with an elegant, yet simple, wall bracket is available in nickel plated, brass or old English finish. Fabulous paired with matching Bertie pendant in a bedroom, living room or hallway. £169,


If you don’t want to invest in a large piece of furniture, embrace the yellow trend with some well-chosen accessories. This piece-dyed lazy linen throw will add an instant injection of warmth and send your bedroom’s cosy factor into overdrive. £195,


Author: Sarah Freeman, V&A Homes



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