This season, colour is popping everywhere as neon brights and bold fluoros are trending again. For furniture that nearly glows in the dark, turn up the brightness one more dial with Louis Poulsen’s reimagined PH 5 pendant,sink into Fermob’s Cabriolet armchair and rest your feet onRoche Bobois’s lemon-lovely Bubble pouffe. Being so lustrouscan be exhausting, after all.


Add fluorescent tones to your space with this retro wall clock. It also comes in hot pink, Yves Klein blue and lime green.

Neon wall clock in Orange, £45, Lund London at Amara


Sacha Lakic’s fascination for fast luxury cars and motorbikes lends much to the aerodynamic smooth lines and graciously curved forms of this bubble-like ottoman. Aside from a gorgeous form and neon shade, the material is striking too, with a soft wool coat that has an eye-catching honeycomb structure.

Bubble pouffe in Cedro, £1,030,Sacha Lakic for Roche Bobois


This neon orange floor lamp has a clever shelf built in, giving new meaning to the words table lamp.

Wallace floor lamp and table in Orange, £195, Habitat


Vintage inspired but with with a modern canary yellow coat, theFermob 1900 armchair is ideal for give a cheerful spring update to your outdoor space.

1900 Cabriolet armchair in Verbena,£365, Fermob at Barbed


Hot pink meets lime green in this surprisingly satisfying colour combo.


Feather Fern cushion in Neon/Chartreuse,£59, Clarissa Hulse


The original PH 5, designed by Poul Henningsen, has been given a new look in eight different shades, such as this bold orange.

PH 5 pendant, £625, Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen at


Zest up your living space with a sofa in a statement bright.

Real Charmer sofa in Dusky Velvet waffle, from £1,885, Sofa Workshop


Refresh your tabletop with an eye-catching design.

Lito plate in Purple + Orange, £45, L’Objet


Looking for a mirror but torn between simple and statement? Enter Bex. It’s got a seamless, porthole design with monochrome and colour-pop options.

Bex mirror in Chartreuse, £49,Made Essentials at

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