As Lockdown 2.0 continues, spark joy into your home with these cheery interiors buys.
That neutral grey palette, that seemed so pragmatic at the time, sure looks a bit ‘too grey’ during lockdown. With more time behind closed doors, we are scrutinising our skincare regimes, finally cleansing our wardrobes and re-assessing our interiors choices too.
But before you throw yourself into painting the walls Pepto-bismol pink with aplomb, think about the smaller touches that can infinitely lift a palette in a far less time-consuming, and permanent, manner. A carefully positioned array of cushions can breathe new life into a tired sofa, colourful objets can modernise a mantlepiece, and a punchy statement armchair can pull the room together.
Happily CF has done the hard work for you. Here are 10 of the best mood-boosting colourful interiors to perk up lockdown 2.0 that you can shop now.
The item of choice for any budding tablescaper, these twisted candlesticks from Scandinavian brand Hay, are almost too pretty to burn. Available in an array of pastel hues they are best paired with a traditional gold holder.
Amsterdam based store, Anna + Nina, is a hub of curiosities from vintage jewellery to Instagram-worthy interiors steals. These whimsical glass candlestick holders are the perfect accompaniment to your dinner à deux, or as objets to adorn a mantlepiece too.
These whimsical glass candlestick holders are the perfect accompaniment to your dinner à deux, or as objets to adorn a mantlepiece too.
This paprika velvet armchair provides a much needed pop of colour to a neutral living room or bedroom. It's perfect for curling up in as you make your way through your lockdown reading list.
The undisputed arbiters of sensational lighting, Pooky Lamps, can always be trusted for a chic and colourful lamp. This darling little Urnie lamp, in pink resin, is reminiscent of treasures founds in quaint French antique shops. It's perfect for pepping up nooks, bedsides and alcoves. With a multitude of lampshades to choose from, it will work for practically every colour scheme too.
This darling little Urnie lamp, in pink resin, is reminiscent of treasures founds in quaint French antique shops.
If you’re looking for a way to curate your ever-expanding candle collection, look no further than this celestial hand-painted tray from Les Ottomans, to bring a touch of bohemia into your home.
Interiors officiandos will know that Ceraudo is the place to source one-of-a-kind antique gems and afforable decorative pieces. Their in-house brand, Pome, is equally as desirable, with an air of kitsch. The recently launched Dolce collection is all inspired by Italian sweet treats. Layer these cushions in shades of punch, fig and pepper to transport yourself to sunsoaked Italy.
Layer these cushions in shades of punch, fig and pepper to transport yourself to sun-soaked Italy.
It’s time to get organised with Matilda Goad. With this rainbow-hued lacquered wood box, there's simply no excuse for coffee table clutter, misplaced keys or rogue earrings dotted around the place.
Petra Palumbo is on a mission to reduce plastic waste. Her mouth blown tumbler and carafe duo, peppered with a pretty speckled design, is the perfect accompaniment to your WFH desk, and makes staying hydrated a total joy.
These 70s inspired coasters will make every hour feel like cocktail hour- even when sipping your morning flat white.
Unless you've been living under a rock, you will be au fais with Anissa Kermiche's celebration of the female form through her covetable vases. Now the Jugs vase is available in the form of miniatures, perfect for displaying your hand-foraged buds.