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20 yellow must-have interior decor pieces to give your home a pop

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Megan Murray
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Yellow is officially the hue of the heatwave. Check out our edit of the best lemon-toned interior decor pieces to add to your abode now. 

The summer of 2018 will forever be remembered for its sizzling heatwave. Having raged on for what feels like years now, the soaring temperatures gripping the UK are slowly influencing what we’re thinking, eating and wearing

But one trend we’ve noticed in particular is that people seem to be warming up to tones that reflect the exceptionally sunny weather. In fact, the fashion team have coined yellow as the ‘ultimate colour’ for the heatwave, and we think it works just as well on your walls as it does in your wardrobe. 

From soft buttery shades, right through to vibrant zingy hues that grab you buy the lapels and refuse to let go, yellow is one colour that is absolutely at home in the home. 

If you’re feeling brave (and inspired by the sumptuous example above) you might be tempted to slap some sunshine straight onto your walls, for which we salute you. But if you’re looking for more of a ‘pop’ of this charismatic colour, we’ve created an all-yellow edit including rugs, wall art, table wear and more, to give you some ideas.

From the extremely lavish to the thoughtfully thrifty, there’s something on our list for just about everyone. Ready, set, yell-ow!

Made to order ‘Rabbit No. 1’ wall art, by photographer Kari Herer.

£468, anthropologie.com 

An Opinionated Guide to East London by Sonya Barber and Charlotte Schreiber.

£9.95, urbanoutfitters.com

The Emri Collapsible Shelf.

£410, urbanoutfitters.com

 Recycled glass Origami vase from San Miguel.

£75, libertylondon.co.uk

The Perry Throw, designed by Melbourne based textile designer Claire Ritchie with “vibrant colours to radiate positivity.”

£245, wagreen.co.uk

100% cotton Jacquard tablecloth.

£69.99, zarahome.com

Bohemian Residence: Metropolitan apartments and interior design by Gestalten.

£40, anthropologie.com

Ruffle cushion cover.

£19.99, zarahome.co.uk

Charley, the two seater sofa in ‘yolk yellow.’

£249, made.com

Aurora, fringed velvet cushion in a vivid hue of chartreuse.

£165, houseofhackney.com

Textured Augusta throw blanket.

£78, anthropologie.com 

Yellow ‘warmth, sunshine, optimism and happiness’ scented candle in glass jar.

£6.99, hm.com

The Rosanna Ceravolo media console.

£1,299, westelm.co.uk

Handmade light banana swimsuit girl plant pot by Brooklyn based design studio Group Partner.

£65, wagreen.co.uk

Dress Like a Parisian by fashion guru, Aloïs Guinut.

£16.99, urbanoutfitters.com

Tamatoa Nut Bowl.

£6, anthropologie.com

Velvet upholstered Rivas bedstead in Turmeric.

£1,495, sohohome.com

A Life of Gratitude by Lori Roberts.

£12.99, anthropologie.com

Beach Time wall art by Ruti Shaashua.

£568, anthropologie.com 

Large yellow abbesses plate. 

£17, wagreen.co.uk

Stylist.co.uk has had a yellow makeover on 15 August, to celebrate our Yellow Issue and pay homage to the colour of the season. Read more about the most playful shade of all here.

Images: Courtesy of brands