Wed. Dec 7th, 2022

Bring some sunshine into your home with these yellow homeware selects from mellow yellow through to mustard hues.

The Popotin Gl(ass) by Anissa Kermiche: A pair of derrière vases in collaboration with Maison Flâneur, these popular popotins have evolved into hand-blown glasses. Crafted from 100% yellow ochre glass, they’ll add some cheekiness to your dining table.


Roma Loveseat by Soho Home: Inspired by Soho Farmhouse this relaxed yet tailored loveseat dons a linen slip cover, with a wide, fixed deep seat and flared arms that’s ideal for lounging. Team with coordinating ottoman and sofa for the full living room look.


Buttero Dish by Anissa Kermiche: Part dish, part objet d’art this is the coolest butter dish you’ll see. Paying homage to the female form, this pale yellow butter dish is by London-based Anissa Kermiche, and is made from 100% earthenware. Just add the glasses to complete the look.


Yellow Cube Candle by Acqua di Parma: This block candle in the Acqua di Parma’s signature yellow hue adds a statement to your living space. When it comes to scent, expect another signature in the form of its iconic Colonia fragrance.


Large Wood Scallop Tray by Accessorize: A super cute tray by Accessorize, it’s made from wood and dons a scallop edging. Great for serving drinks and nibbles, or keeping beauty bits together.


Cushion by Lisa Corti: Milan-based Lisa Corti is known and loved for her colorful textiles, and so, cue this cushion that combines bright yellow, a tile print perimeter, and big flower motifs in the middle, printed using the ancient technique of block print.


Candelabrum by HAY: Brought to you by the Danish contemporary homewares brand, HAY is this minimal candlestick in yellow glass with a dark blue edging. Dimensions: diameter 7.8 inches, height 2.34 inches.


Straight Empire Shade by Pooky: For a half neutral, half yellow look, this versatile linen lamp is bold and brilliantly contrasting. Team with a yellow or neutral base.


Tea Garden Lemon and Ginger 3 Piece Set by Wedgwood: Established in 1759, Wedgwood is famous for its fine china, porcelain and luxury accessories. For a touch of English elegance, add this three-piece plate, cup and saucer set to your home — ideal for afternoon tea.

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