Maybe it's the weather, but lately we found ourselves drawn to all shades of yellow used in interior design. Vibrant or muted, a touch of yellow never fails to brighten up a space instantly. From a fresh citron to a deep mustard, it infuses cheers and energy into the air, shining like the summer sun.
Images from top left: 1: Planete Deco; 2: Hermit Bowl, Middle Kingdom Porcelain; 3: Pom Pom Hand Towel, Kara Weaves; 4: Mini Vase, Middle Kingdom Porcelain; 5: Houzz; 6: Sunflower Throw, Bolé Road Textiles; 7: Tumblr; 8: Cocha Pillow, País Textil; 9: MyDomaine; 10: Ahir 24" Pillow, Injiri; 11: Golden Block Rug, AYOU; 12: Building Blocks Runner, AYOU; 13: Sacha Maric; 14: Cross-Stitch Pillow, Anchal Project; 15: Pampa; 16: Triangle Organic Cotton Throw, Anchal Project.
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“Architecturally, it is not a masterpiece, but a house that grew.” Located in the village of Abiquiú, some 60 miles from Santa Fe, New Mexico, Georgia O’Keeffe’s historic home and studio stands as a source of constant inspiration.