Our edit of the best interior design pieces in ice cream pastels to hit the highstreet this spring.
With dark mornings and cold evenings, spring feels like a long way off. But, rest assured, it’s just around the corner. And so, as we first start to get excited about balmy days, we’re also excited about rehauling our homes to suit the season with decor in lighter, pastel tones.
All it can take is a daisy-themed bathmat here and a pale pink art print there and before you know it, your place will be looking pretty and peachy, ready for the year’s first blooms.
Luckily for you, we’ve scoured the high-street for spring’s most aesthetically pleasing interior design trends, and created an edit that’ll have you up to date in no time.
Check out rose-tinted prints from independent artists and sky blue candlesticks, everything on this list is perfectly pastel. Your flat will soon be ready for the warmer weather.
Maison Commune Jessica Hans vase
This stylish vase is handmade in New Mexico by Philadelphia-based independent ceramist Jessica Hans.
It would look gorgeous filled with dried flowers in similarly pastel tones.
Abstract peaches print
Lucy Ellis is a UK-based, emerging designer whose range of playful, colourful prints will bring joy to your walls.
Nature – particularly fruit – features heavily in her work, and we particularly like her take on the humble pear.
We Are Nomads storage pot
This cute storage pot is created by Chabi Chic, a brand based in Marrakech which works with local artisans to produce pieces which are inspired by the history and culture of Morocco, but with a contemporary edge.
It’s made from tadelakt, which is a waterproof plaster material widely used in Morocco architecture and gives a washed, chalky finish.
Velvet Louise curtain
Follow in Dolly Alderton’s footsteps and add a pair of pink curtains to your bedroom and give it an instant dose of cheeriness.
Stacey-Ann Cole Art 'Stronger Now' print
This striking art print by UK-based artist Stacey-Anne Cole sits on a beautiful, deep pink background.
It would make an impact at the centre of a gallery wall or with a mount in a contrasting colour.
Daisies tufted bath mat
Jump out of the shower feeling fresh as a daisy and straight onto this cute bath mat.
Thee Bouffants often attributes human characteristics to her animal subjects, dressing them in red lipstick and nail varnish and over-sized sunglasses for a tongue-in-cheek feel.
We love how this playful image brings together an array of pink hues.
Maison Commune star fruit candle
Sculptural candles are all the rage right now, but we have a particular soft spot for this star fruit-shaped beauty.
After all, how often is it that we are treated to this tropical fruit’s presence in the UK – especially in candle form?
Glass candle holder
Anna + Nina’s selection of candle sticks are nothing short of dreamy, but we particularly like this sky-blue number.
Use a candle in a darker shade of blue to add depth for a tonal look.
Images: Rose & Grey / 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.