This season’s brightest interior trend is bound to make you crack a smile.
Bright hues and striking patterns are what this season’s primary colour interior design trend is all about.
Think blockish designs using the kind of hues that remind you of your first year classroom, and all the carefree joy that goes with it.
Shop the trend below and give your home a dose of happiness before summer.
Bahay Hablon II art print
This lively art print almost moves in front of your eyes with a mesmerising mix of colours and lines.
Bahay is a Filipino brand which offers a dreamy beach aesthetic, which the founder, Claudine Dignadice, describes as a vintage island summer look.
Houseof blue ceiling light
This vivid, almost metallic, shade of blue is so striking that it would add a modern twist to any kitchen or living room.
Houseof is a brilliant go-to for reasonable and stylish lighting, for any part of the home.
Lazy Oaf flower bed bedding
This fun bedding from Lazy Oaf exudes a happy-go-lucky feeling, which is something we could all probably do with right now.
It is made in Portugal with 100% cotton and is soft to the touch.
HAY terracotta swirl bowl
Primary colours make us think of being a child again, finger painting with reckless abandon.
And, what better way to nod to that carefree feeling than with this bowl, which is decorated with colour paint splodges?
Angela Mugnai red gingham table runner
Angela Mugnai is one of the best interior brands to come out of lockdown with incredibly pretty designs such as baroque candles and heart-shaped placemats.
This gingham table runner is from 100% cotton in Italy and should be a staple for any summer dining.
Sasha Compton Kitsch Classic Jugs art print
Sasha Compton is a British artist living in Amsterdam who has a penchant for colour and Greek mythology.
She combines beautiful shades with her quirky illustrative style, drawing on goddesses and the celestial for inspiration.
Terrazzo and Titz jesmonite square coaster
Nod to this bright and bold trend in a subtle way, by popping a terrazzo coaster on your coffee table.
Each one is handmade, meaning all the colours are handmixed and differ slightly from product to product, something which makes them unique.
Dar Leone Sierra Bay cushion
These broad, vivid brush strokes of color interspersed alongside a muted white background is supposed to pay homage to west Africa’s Sierra Bay.
Crafted from luxurious linen, this coastal-inspired cushion will bring some calm to your living room.
The Folio Society Sophie's World
The Folio Society has done it again with its publishing of Sophie’s World in bright, primary colours.
This eye-catching version is also full of enchanting illustration throughout.
The Cornrow Side Eye art print
This primary coloured art print is brimming with personality and charisma.
Kemi, co-founder of The Cornrow, has one of this artist’s pieces hanging in her own home, which you can see in Stylist’s renovation series.
Slow Down Studio blanket
This Donnelly graphic-print recycled cotton-blend blanket is designed by Kepardi Company and Bravery Co and produced by Slow Down Studio.
It’s just the thing to liven up an armchair or sofa.
Images: courtesy of brands
Megan Murray is a senior digital writer for stylist.co.uk, who enjoys writing about homeware (particularly candles), travel, food trends, restaurants and all the wonderful things London has to offer.