Today, 21 June 2014 marks the longest day of the year and the Summer Solstice. Embrace the sunshine today with these beautiful yellow home accessories statement pieces for your home. So let the sunshine in with a burst of yellow accessories in your living room, bedroom or kitchen. Yellow can be a warm, inviting colour and helps to add a touch of the feel good factor within a blank canvas and will help to lift a space in those dark winter months!
1. Iittala Nappula candleholder from Amara £28 | 2. Yellow pineapple lamp from Oliver Bonas £80 | 3. Muuto yellow coat hook from Houseology £17.50 | 4. Yellow Pantone espresso mug from Houseology £7.50 | 5. Yellow deer head wall hanger from Barker & Stonehouse £35 | 6. Yellow Morphy Richards toaster £49.99 | 7. Jonathan Adler Bel Air yellow scoop vase from Amara £228 | 8. Scion hedgehog mug from Amara £10 | 9. Large yellow storage canister from Morphy Richards £17.99 | 10. Jansen + co yellow round tray from Houseology £43.95 | 11. Universo Positivo yellow turtle table from Amara £116 | 12. Seletti I-Wares yellow handled mug from Amara £17.50 | 13. Orla Kiely yellow storage jar from Amara £31.10
If you want to make a bold statement, why not opt for a stunning yellow print wallpaper to really add a bright yellow feature to your room?
1. Orla Kiely House for Harlequin giant stem yellow wallpaper £65 | 2. Tall flowers by Layla Faye from Wallpaperdirect £38.80 | 3. Circuit yellow wallpaper by Albany from Wallpaperdirect £28 | 4. Christian Lacroix Beach Club yellow striped wallpaper £61 |5. Cole & Son Royal Garden yellow and grey wallpaper £95 | 6. Graham & Brown Honeycomb yellow wallpaper £22 | 7. Schoner Wohnen yellow and grey dandelion wallpaper £14.95 | 8. Mini Moderns Backgammon wallpaper mustard yellow £50
Prices are correct at time of writing, but please check individual links for any changes or discounts to prices.
Dunelm’s Cosy Skandi range brings colourful pops into your home accessories – teamed with colour block walls to bring the scheme together to create a lovely cosy living room. I love these autumnal shades and a great way to use yellow and still have a calming space.
Adding colourful prints or plates to your yellow wall is the perfect way to brighten up a dull kitchen and inject your own personality through the artwork you choose.
Pastel shades including this Dayroom yellow are wonderful in a nursery or child’s room. The colours are fun and playful and I love how these shades work together to break up the storage shelves and make the room more vibrant.
Or how about introducing a pop of colour to your floor? Using floor paint is a great way to update a tired looking floor and make a feature rug look even more fabulous.