Bold. Cheery. Sunny. Happy. Yellow brings out a heap of joyous emotions and as a trending color this season, there’s even more reason to work it into your home and wardrobe. Here are a few pieces from the Miami Design District that will bring a smile to your face. 

Let’s face it, your interior could use a little change. While a full house makeover would be nice, a few key pieces are all you need to refresh your home and make it feel like new. We shopped around the Design District and found these six things that will bring new life to your space.

New year, new color. And this year, according to Pantone — the authority on color —  Living Coral is the color of 2019. This pinkish, reddish, orangey hue with golden undertones will be the inspiration for color palettes across fashion and lifestyle brands. If you’re looking for a pop of brightness than you are in luck for both your closet and your home. However, if you are wondering what to pair this popular color with, teal, turquoise, and pink are all complementary, but don’t limit yourself! There are many options in the color wheel that will work.  

If Antonio Citterio’s name sounds familiar to you, it's because you may have read about the renowned Italian architect’s plans for a new ultra-luxury condominium development in Miami (but that’s another tale for another time.)  Celebrated for the sheer breadth and elegance of his hospitality projects around the world, Citterio is also the creative behind Kartell’s dynamic Multiplo table line.

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