Red, yellow, blue, and green – bright colors are making a comeback in our homes. If you feel a bit color-shy, start off by adding in accent colors with smaller details and accessories. Forget the strict interior rules and play freely with bold tones!
Designed by Charles and Ray Eames, the Hang it all coat rack charms with its fun design in colors of the rainbow. Created in 1953, the rack delights both children and adults and finds its place in the hallway, children's room, or dressing room. The fourteen wooden balls can accommodate several clothes and accessories, and the racks can be combined together to form larger units.
Hint of orange
Bright details are emphasized in the otherwise simplistic interior. String Furniture's Museum Side Table is a real eye-catcher and serves as a side table for a flower vase, coffee cup, or laptop. The height of the table, which has been influenced by the industrial steel beams, can be conveniently adjusted to the desired height.
Savior of colder nights
Textiles are an effortless way to add refreshing tones and an inviting atmosphere to any space. Featured with a beautiful green shade and playful fringes, HAY's Mono blanket brings a pop of bold color to the interior as well as keeps you warm on chilly evenings. Place the woolen throw on a sofa, armchair, or bed.
A beloved classic in color
Designed by Poul Henningsen in 1958, the PH 5 pendant is a design icon that combines Scandinavian design with captivating colors. The elegant luminaire features an innovative, layered design and provides pleasant lighting without glare. The lamp brings a vibrant color boost above the dining table, among other spaces. What is your favorite color option?
Fresh colors, fun patterns, and freedom of choice describe Fatboy’s cheerful Pop of Color collection. Created in collaboration with Dutch designer Carole Baijings, the Pop Pillow features a playful duo tone look, making it possible to change the appearance by turning the pillow around. The cushions are perfect for a sofa, bed, or lounge chair.
Like a soap bubble
Kartell’s FL/Y pendant lamp is made of transparent acrylic and resembles a colorful, floating bubble. Designed by Ferruccio Lavian, the soft-lined and lightweight lamp beautifully filters general light and creates a playful yet elegant look over the dining table or sofa set.
Petrol on the bench
The timeless design doesn’t mean boring! Designed by Alvar Aalto, the Aalto 69 chair delights in several different colors that are fun to mix and match. Created in 1935, the chair's simple look fits into a wide range of interior styles, and its design, of course, makes use of the famous L-legs.
Spice it up
Alessi's Sottsass grinders offer extraordinary eye candy and joy to the table setting. Designed by the legendary Italian designer Ettore Sottsass, the totemic, beechwood grinders effectively grind salt, pepper, and other spices and spread a good mood during cooking or dinner parties.
Furniture like candy
If the brighter shades are feeling too bold, start the color journey with a more pastel pink. Hem’s Hide side table melts hearts with its candy tone and surprisingly versatile design. The metal side table has shelves that hide or display your important items, depending on your needs. Best of all, the side table has wheels so you can easily move the color spot wherever you want!
Make the room bloom
Longing just a small dose of color? The carefree bouquet will spread summer colors to your home in an instant. HAY’s happy Juice vase is adorned with asymmetrical stripes created with a special filigree technique and has inherited the simple shape from flower bulbs. The colorful vase is a great pair for flowers but also sparks joy on its own.
Text: Sarianna Määttänen Images: Manufacturers