COMPILED BY Lindi Brownell Meiring
Yellow continues to pop up all over, from kitchen accessories to homeware and fashion. Here are 10 buys we found online that celebrate this zingy hue.
Pac-Man Lamp | Mash.T
Inspired by the computer game Pac-Man Doodle and with a wide array of colours to choose from, these desk lamps are perfect for updating your home and home office.
Soft Bucket in Sunshine Gold | Skinny laMinx
This Soft Bucket is completely reversible, which makes this all-purpose soft container twice as useful, with a pop of coloured piping to add zing. They’re great for balls of wool, stashing cotton balls on the changing table, or for keeping plants cosy…. and lots more!
The Tina Unit | Vamp Furniture
A mid-century inspired wall unit with open display shelves and a space behind sliding doors. The shelf behind the sliding doors is adjustable. Fun pops of colour are added to the backing of the long open shelves and the doors.
Wellbeing Happy Diffuser | Mr.Price Home
Indulge with the rich aroma of soothing scents blended with a combination of spices.
Bold Stripe Throw | Woolworths
Cosy up to this extra snug throw, featuring bold stripe patterns and fringe border detail.
Signature Oval Casserole | Le Creuset
Renowned for its excellent heat retention, this casserole requires no seasoning and is suitable for both stovetop and oven use. The ‘nectar’ colourway will add a zingy pop of colour to any kitchen.
Monica Side Table | Knus
Made from steel and wire, this side table will brighten any space.
Zeplin Sling Bag | Sealand Gear
Local sustainable brand Sealand Gear has created a limited-edition version of its Zeplin portrait sling bag in a brand-new colourway, exclusively for VISI.
Terrazza Outdoor Dining Chair | Block & Chisel
Made from PVC, this chair is lightweight yet durable, able to withstand exposure to sunlight, making it an ideal piece for your outdoor area.
The Gardens of Eden | Loot
The Gardens of Eden – New Residential Garden Concepts & Architecture for a Greener Planet is the perfect coffee table book for Plantophiles. Step into innovative little gardens of Eden created on small terraces and city rooftops, as well as out in the suburbs and countryside.