Mustard has been so popular in fashion and interiors recently as we seek to find more joy in the everyday. This warming hue effortlessly injects a little bit of style into your space and always looks modern. Here, I’ve pulled together a variety of my favourite mustard products to help you tap into the trend – check them out below!
Mustard yellow linen bedding will add a dash of spice to your bed. Not only will this bedding collection boost your mood in the morning, but it’ll also give you cause to smile on wash-day as linen’s casually crumpled texture doesn’t require any ironing. Happy days!
Mustard Made Lockers
The small lockers can be used as a bedside table or for storage elsewhere in the home. The lockers come with two adjustable shelves and hook, allowing you to personalise the inside of your locker. They arrive flat packed but are easily assembled.
Add a touch of modern style to your kitchen with this set of two Tea Towels. Each Towel features a unique design: the Atomic Flower print and matching yellow Flowers in a Vase.
The Calvin Armchair in mustard yellow velvet and linen with its cool mid-century style design is the ultimate occasional chair, perfect for a cosy reading corner in the living area or bedroom.
Try an abstract painting with black and mustard shapes on a light grey background. This artwork is originally an oil painting, so the paint and canvas structure shows and adds a nice touch.
Floral and flamboyant, this mustard velvet Isla cushion makes the perfect accessory for adding a touch of stylish opulence to your living space.
The FlowerPot VP3 lamp designed by the famous Scandinavian designer, Verner Panton in 1969 has simple round shapes and is an icon of 70s design.
This cosy Coco Art Rug in natural wool looks chic in on-trend mustard.
A totally bohemian design with loads of florals and folk motifs, the Mind the Gap Gypsy Ochre fabric is made in heavy linen and velvet, stonewashed to give a vintage finish.
The Pooky x Matthew Williamson Leopard Love Shade With Venus Table Lamp is a design classic.
What do you think? Will you be adding mustard to your home this year?