Pastel love: Yellow and grey

 

Unlike its neon counterpart, the softer yellow and grey combination is like spring and summer in a bouquet. It's the perfect mix whether you prefer a modern, minimal or even a vintage look. Our winter days just got a spot of sun

IN THE PICTURE, Clockwise from left to right, BACKGROUND Apcolite Emulsion Paint, 7854 Sea Kelp from Asian Paintsprice on request; Aluminum Teak Table from Freedom TreeRs 16800; ON THE TABLE Ceramic Vase from Freedom Tree, price on request; Hydrangea Ochre Artificial Flowers from Address Home, Rs 790; Ceramic Coffee Dump from Fabindia, Rs 390; Maverick Hanging lamp from Orange Tree, Rs 2969; Art Frames with Prints by Paul Rodrigues from Red Blue Yellow, Rs 6000; ON THE MATTRESS Sheet Set with Contrast Embroidery from Nicobar, Rs 5800 

ON THE BED, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, Alleppey Taj Chevron cushion from Nicobar, Rs 850; Shams from Home Centre, Price on request; Stripe Cushion from Nicobar, price on request; Texture cushion from D’Décor, price on request; Throw fabricated by the stylist; ON THE FLOOR Dhurrie from Fabindia, price on request; Yellow Knits Pouf from Sidewalks Of The World, Rs 11990; Rug from Tresorie, Rs 12000; The Glass Vase from Freedom  Tree, price on request.

 

Styled/Produced By:

Nidhi Tiwari

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