Mustard, vanilla, turmeric or cinnamon, spicy yellow is definitely trendy in 2020. Louise has just changed her sofa and this bold, warm and sunny colour inspires her to redecorate her living room.
Spicy yellow goes perfectly with neutral colours (white, grey...) or with dark colours such as dark greens or indigo blues. Don't hesitate to match it with its complementary colour: purple.
Louise has opted for a sofa in grey tones to match the floor tiles. To warm up the atmosphere, she did not hesitate to put cushions coloured in a dense fir green and mustard yellow.
Above the sofa, she placed 6 frames on a shelf with works of art of different styles.
For the graphic side, she chose two abstract prints by the London artist Petr Strnad and an abstract print Graphic pattern 02 (starting at €21 € / £18,48 / $22,95) by the French artist Molk, reminiscent of the drawings of some of her cushions but in a much more stylized way.
Falling under the spell of the Czech artist Jiri Havlik, she chose an art print, Red dog, representing two very pure dogs (from €19 / £16,72 / $20,77) on a yellow background. Another print by the German artist Narine Grigoryan representing a drawing of 3 people sitting on a bench (art print from €19 / £16,72 / $20,77) is added to this small collection.
A fashion enthusiast, she fell in love with a Modern Mae digital painting ( €200 / £176 / $218,58) featuring one of the clothing creations of the French artist and stylist Kanzas Anthony.
On the wall above the fireplace and on the pillar next to the bay window she decided to add some pep to the house with very Pop watercolours by the French artist Madeline Berger (MadB). She chose the Bêcheuse ( €350 / £308 / $382,52) representing a young woman with glasses and a Yellow bus (€750 / £660 / $819,67) also representing a young woman.
Louise had a budget only for the sofas. But she managed to select an artsy decoration with a warm yellow with spicy notes for such a reasonable amount of money.