Fancy giving your home a boost of positivity? Opt for accessories adorned with a happy faces.
Is it any wonder, then, that so many homeware brands have been incorporating smiling faces into their accessories of late?
With a bright, sunny colour palette and positive feel, these optimistic motifs are guaranteed to prove a playful addition to any home. And so, from mugs and trays to art prints and candles, here are the best happy homeware pieces right now.
Lazy Oaf Happy Sad bedding
Lazy Oaf has long been known for its playful, witty apparel but now, much to our joy, the brand is growing its homeware offering. There have been a few pieces available on the website previously but this week marks the launch of their latest collection which feels much more substantial and a sign of things to come.
The Happy Sad bedding feels timely, reading into the mixed-up mood of the nation with a tongue-in-cheek, classically Lazy Oaf spin. Experiment with bright primary colours for throws and cushions to accessorise.
By Saffron phone strap
By Saffron is an independent, female-founded business which takes care of all your phone strap needs with creative, handmade designs that look great and will keep your phone safe.
With happy homewares popping up everywhere right now we love this Smiley phone strap as a way to nod to the trend. Hang it up at home or just keep it attached to your phone as a fun accessory.
Crisp Sheets Dum Keramik cup smiley
Crisp Sheets is the Scandi homeware brand that believes your bedroom should look the best it possibly can. After all, as they say, we spend quatre of our lives in bed.
As well as gorgeous bedding in an array of pastel colours, this site also stocks the work of cult ceramicist Dum Keramik. We love this cup’s distorted design.
HAY Leo sponge
The Leo sponge is HAY’s way of making the mundane stylish.
Clean your dishes with this cute cloth; it also comes in pastel colours.
Society 6 stay positive poster
This colour clash feels very in vogue and certainly works with the theme of the design.
Plus, those stars are so pretty.
Mim Candles smiley candles
Mim Candles is inspired by pastel colours and retro motifs, like yellow smiley faces.
There are lots of smiley face-adorned candles to choose from, but these ones would look particularly cool on your dinner table.
Milk Tooth cosmic constellations metallic bag
This handy yet stylish tote will look great hung on the back of your door.
It’s sustainably made from 40% recycled nylon sourced from pre-consumer waste.
Fy! little sad balloon art print
This quirky print turns this trend on its head, quite literally.
The contrasting colours will create a bright statement to any living or dining room.
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.