Inspired by The Beatles' yellow submarine, the charming Tea Sub will make each cup or pot of tea brewed into an occasion — and set you humming a tune or two while you make it.
The use of yellow for Mathieu Matégot's elegantly simple Nagasaki stool from the 1950s gives it a delightful lightness that's perfect for a small kitchen, where space is at a premium.
Add cheerful interest to your ceiling with the delightful, handmade Flensted mobile in yellow. It's a great way to brighten a dull corner, the space over a desk or a child's room.
Add some hip '60s style to your interior with the groovy Submarine lamp shade. It's seriously shagadelic!
Whether grouped with other vases and objects or displayed on its own, this lovely porcelain vase by Sophie Cook will add a graceful note of color to your room.
Based on Pierre Paulin's classic Orange Slice chair from 1960, Modernica's Easy Chair is equally streamlined and modern in design — and this bright yellow version would be like sitting in a buttercup.
Keep this sunny, yellow, pocket-size tape measure on hand on your next trip to Ikea. Its bright color makes it easy to find in a drawer, purse or car.
The clever Pin Table is designed to be used in your backyard, at beach or on a visit to the park. Simply push it into the ground, and you have an instant table.
Add a little pop to your kitchen or home office with the Pop clock in yellow. Its 24 holes allow your wall color to peek through with an intriguing effect.
Made from powder-lacquered steel, the intriguing twist of the Double candleholder has made it one of the most popular designs from the Danish company Menu. It's available in many other colors, too, allowing you to mix and match.
Small and pretty, the Mamo vase is perfect for adding color to a floral display or for a lovely still life arrangement on a mantel or bookshelf.
Add some groovy to your space with this sharp-looking update of the iconic, early '60s TS522 Cube radio. It's instant retro cool.
Inspired by the silhouette of a modern city, the In the Neighbourhood newspaper stand by designers Ingrid Svensson and Olle Wingård organizes your newspapers and magazines in style. It looks good from every angle, no matter how much (or how little) it's holding.
A modern home needs a modern bird feeder, and this lovely Cubist bird feeder will add loads of style to your garden.
Make tea time even sweeter with this pretty sugar bowl in the iconic Linear Stem print by Orla Kiely. The lid of exotic Freijo wood adds a nice contrast to the bowl too.
Start your morning ritual on a sunny note with a shaving brush made with soft, natural boar bristles. It even comes in a holder to keep it in peak condition.
Made from easily recyclable materials, the Hee lounge chair is not only ecofriendly, but versatile too. It's also just has happy outside as it is inside. Its bright yellow lines would look amazing against the lush green of a garden.
This lovely Birch Trees baby blanket in a pretty saffron tone would make a perfect gift for a new baby. Handmade from organic cotton flannel, it's not only ecofriendly, but stylishly modern too.More: Color Guide: How to Work With Bright Yellow