For us, sorbet colour is not just about pastel shades of dusty pinks and mint green but also the deep, saturated hues of hand-made gelato: watermelon pinks; lemon yellows, peaches, terracotta and dark, bold, berry brights, the very essence of spring and summer.
Our style incorporates fresh highlights of colour for the walls of your home – artwork with a strongly-coloured frame, artisan paints and sorbet-coloured wallpapers, flowing through to the flooring; rugs, painted floors and tiles.
We like to use colour at focal points – places where you naturally stop or pause within a space. And introducing these elements couldn’t be easier.
Furniture – painted or upholstered in an arresting shade; a single chair or table. Lighting is another way to draw the right kind of attention – from the lampbase itself to the shade chosen.
One of our favourite ways to add a sorbet pop is with cushions or choose delicately-pigmented plates or glassware to add elements of sorbet to your table. Plentiful flowers in corals, raspberries and pinks lift a summer dining table, inside or outdoors.
Bedding is another brilliant way to add sorbet hues. Layer crushed linens in tones of a shade with soft neutrals to create a summer sanctuary.
The best thing about sorbet colours? The fact that they work well, whether your interior is vintage or if you’re surrounded with iconic modern design.