Was your winter all about embracing the coziness of Hygge? The time has come to wave goodbye to your faux fur throws and pine-scented candles and brighten up your home ready to welcome in Spring.

Yellow is set to be a popular interior trend this season, think bright sunshine and cheery daffodils.

From fresh citrus hues to darker shades of mustard, introducing hints of yellow into your home will instantly make you feel happier and brighter.

We’ve rounded up a few beautiful items which aren’t only good for your enhancing your mood, they’re also ethical, eco-friendly and give back to the artisans who have produced them…

  • Organic cotton and  linen cushion  by Aerende, £43.00.
    Aerende’s products are created by makers who are unable to access or maintain conventional employment. Find out more here.

     

     


  • Paisley Crescent Tea Towel by Mini Moderns, £8.50.
    Mini Moderns’ products are made in the UK helping to keep their carbon footprint down by minimising the number of journeys a product makes before it gets to you. Find out more  here.

     


  • Environmentally Responsible Paint by Modern Minis, £30.00.
    Modern Mini’s paint range contains up to 90% recycled content, made up from waste paint that has been diverted from landfill or incineration.


  • Chinese Tree Cotton Lamp Shade by Anna Jacobs, £50.00.
    All products are made in Britain and Anna Jacobs is a regular speaker on colour and upcycling furniture at Ideal Home Show and Grand Designs Live. Read more here.


  • Big Yellow Lamp by Cable and Cotton, £33.95.
    Cable and Cotton support an entire community of women in a remote southern region of Thailand, where these beautiful lights are handmade. Read more here.


  • Citrine Asher Vase coming soon to Magpie, £30.00.
    All of Magpie’s products are vegan and cruelty free. Find out more here.


  • Ibiza Summer Hammam Towel in Lemon by Bohemia, £26.00.
    Bohemia’s products are 100% ethically handmade by artisans. Read more about their ethical policies here.

     


  • Amsterdam Print by Peony and Thistle, £15.00.
    Peony and Thistle create beautiful earth-friendly products. Artwork is printed on to eco-friendly paper. Find out more here.


  • Yellow Framed Wooden Stool by Graham and Green, £89.00.
    Graham and Green work closely with artisans. They also donate 100% of profits from their Charity Bag for Life to the Hicap to help fund aid work in remote areas. Find out more here.


  • Vintage Style Retro Metal Bowl Ceiling Pendant Light Shade by Second Nature Online, £18.50.
    Second Nature Online specialise in sourcing fair trade, eco friendly and natural products. Read more about their ethical business here.


Will you be filling your home with bright daffodils and embracing the yellow trend for Spring? Let us know if you’re a lover of the lemony hued home accessories in the comments below…