With bright shades against cool greys and whites, the ‘candy colour pop’ trend is a contemporary twist on the retro 60s look. Think Andy Warhol, mid-century shapes and plenty of splashes of bold turquoise, pink, yellow and green and you’ve got the right idea. Get creative and introduce vibrant hues in the form of picture frames, cushions, upholstery detailing and vintage gadgets like a colourful record player.Products featured in image above: Candy Accent Chair, 6PP79, £239, Merlin Cushion, 4NDWV, from £15, Hedgehog Table Lamp, 6UKTH, £29, Monty Retro Lamp Table, 6VL36, £59, Lenco L-85 USB Direct Recording Turntable, 6E6G4, £149 2 years extra replacement guarantee, £25.99*, Nevada Rug, 6XYG3, from £57.
A neon pendant makes the perfect finishing touch for your space. Taco pendant, 6W9WG, £22.99
This lamp’s fuchsia base will add a splash of colour to any room. Bobble Glass Table Lamp, 6WeQk, £69.99
Not only does this radio in marine teal look great, but it sounds superb too. Double win. Roberts revival Mini radio, 6en4P, £139.99 2 years extra replacement guarantee, £25.99*
Bring your storage up to date and nail two trends in one with these dip-dyed effect baskets. Dip Dyed Storage Baskets, 6ud7e, £35
Snuggle up with this pink throw. It’ll add instant interest to your seating area. Catherine Lansfield Cuddly Throw, 694nt, £27
CELEBS AT HOME
Drew Barrymore makes no secret of the importance she places on her interior surroundings. “There’s so much stuff in my home,” the star says. “I’ve always been a homemaker, I like creating spaces.” When it comes to making over your abode, drew has two top tips. “My favourite thing to do is to have a furniture rearranging party,” she says. Her second piece of advice? “Paint is a powerful thing. When you find room-changing colours, it really is an achievement.”