Neon decor and dopamine colours: one of 2022’s top trends

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Neon decor is perfect for the current heatwave, because why go for muted colours while the sun’s shining? There’s no better time to dress your table or sofa in bright tropical tones, while sipping a cool refreshing margarita. So here’s our edit of our favourite neon decor pieces – but some of them are so bright, you’ll want to wear shades…

This neon pink inflatable chair

Firstly: the Yomi is an inflatable crystal pink TPU armchair with an on-trend black metal frame. Wouldn’t you just love to recline in one of these by the pool, perhaps in matching pink swimwear, while slurping a cocktail?

inflatable neon pink armchair
Yomi chair by Mojow, £495, Lime Lace.
These super-funky candles

Secondly: see, we said you’d need your sunnies for this edit. We love these wonderfully bright candles, because they’re the perfect example of neon decor at its finest. They’re also eco-friendly and coloured by hand in the Bavarian Alps.

dip dye neon decor candles
Dip dye neon candles, £15, Wild Vanilla Studios.
This lime green wallpaper

Thirdly: we’ve definitely got our eyes on this ultra-funky wallpaper. Described by the retailer as “a deep, illusionary stare in a repetitive pattern”, it’s made to order and will brighten your living area.

neon green wallpaper
Mind the Gap – Eyes And Circles green wallpaper, £175 for 3 rolls, Charlton Island.
This ultra-cute little plant pot

Then we have this neon decor pot, which has an adorable zig-zag stripe around the side. We definitely think it should have a spiky plant in it to match, because it feels like the perfect home for a cactus.

bright pink zig zag neon decor plant pot
The Zig-Zag neon plant pot, £27, Big Pot Little Pot.
This maximalist chair

This striking armchair is from new British brand F.Roze, whose collections “combine a confident use of colour, striking pattern and daring compositions that cater to a maximalist market”. We think it’s wonderfully eye-catching.

bright neon decor armchair
Bespoke armchair, price on application, F.Roze.
This bright and luxurious rug

This lime and forest green rug is so bright and cheery, it’ll add both comfort and style to your living area or bedroom. Crafted by artisans, its vivid colours will fit perfectly into any green, natural or neon decor scheme.

lime green neon decor rug
Jellybean rug in Lime, £808, Sonya Winner Rug Studio.
This ultra-neon paint shade

This bright yellow with a hint of green is technically known as ‘chartreuse’, though here it’s named ‘electric yellow’. But oh, have you ever seen a colour so zesty? It’s not for everyone, but that’s partly why we love it.

Electric yellow paint, £21 per litre from YesColours.
This retro print

Then we have this 80s-style neon decor abstract print, which is sure to liven up any bedroom. Featuring hot pink and chartreuse yellow circles on an orange and purple background, it’s a real beauty.

bright art print
Neon Eclipse 2 art print by Amelia Deacon Designs, from £18, Fy!
This stunning armchair

This chair is just so beautiful, we want to buy one in each colour, but particularly in this arresting yellow. This shade is always on-trend and will cheer up any home.

Pai Pai chair in bright yellow velvet, price on application, Ligne Roset.
This lime neon decor garden cushion

So this lime green cushion would go like a dream with any of the chairs above. Its wiggly stripes are wonderfully imperfect and the shade is very in this season.

lime green neon decor cushion
Ripple wavy printed stripe showerproof garden cushion, £25, Ragged Rose.
This amazing wall mural

This incredible wall mural is made to measure, so you can order one to perfectly fit your space. It would suit any children’s bedroom.

pink wallpaper mural
Made-to-measure wallpaper mural by Twisted Pixels, from £35 per sq m, Wallsauce.

Want more? Check out Georgina’s piece on the colourful interiors trend.

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