Unashamedly optimistic, ‘Illuminating’ is a sunny shade of yellow sparkling with vivacity while ‘Ultimate Gray’ is a solid and dependable earthy shade designed to quietly assure while encouraging composure, steadiness and resilience.
Freedom Cosh table lamp in grey: With its classic dome-shaped shade, this vintage-inspired metal design will make a statement in the living room or on a bedside table. It’s available in white and black too. $55.
Annie Sloan paints: Perfect for an up cycling project, the iconic chalk paint brand offers to Pantone-perfect colours in ‘English Yellow’ and ‘Chicago Grey.’
Ferm Living ripple glassware in smoke: A modern design classic, this gorgeous range features a rippled surface, geometric silhouettes and delicate hand feel. From $79.
Superfresco Easy wallpaper: Instead of having to apply glue to the paper, this easy to use range features new ‘paste the wall’ technology making a weekend wallpaper job accessible for even the most novice DIY-er. Prices start at $60 per roll.
Pillow Talk Lunar towel range: Boasting a stylish tassel edge and raised geometric texture, this towel range comes in ten on-trend colours but the yellow is super fun. From $4.95.
Brosa Sophie set of bar stools: Reminiscent of French parlour style, these stylish stools feature plush grey velvet upholstery atop a minimal back frame. $429.
Bonnie & Neil ‘Big Major 2’ tea towel: Handmade in Melbourne, this linen tea towel features a gorgeous screen printed image of a cockatoo. It’s perfect for adding a pop of colour in the kitchen. $39.
PANTONE Colour of the Year 2019 ‘Living Coral’
Lobster, blood orange or even deep peach in tone, the 2019 Pantone Colour of the Year ‘Living Coral’ is certainly no shrinking violet. Described by Pantone as an “animating and…
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