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The bold and the beautiful: Rubik's Cube colours are the fun, bright interiors trend we didn’t know we needed

Primary colours have started popping up in artwork, tableware and home accessories, and their unexpectedness is a big part of their charm

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Barcelona studio Minx Factory, who are stocked at Dublin’s Hen’s Teeth Store, make unique speckled stoneware mugs in a range of quirky abstract designs. Bauhaus mug, €47.50, see hensteethstore.com

Barcelona studio Minx Factory, who are stocked at Dublin’s Hen’s Teeth Store, make unique speckled stoneware mugs in a range of quirky abstract designs. Bauhaus mug, €47.50, see hensteethstore.com

Type 72 Paul Smith desk lamp, €169.46, see nest.co.uk

Type 72 Paul Smith desk lamp, €169.46, see nest.co.uk

Bauhaus wallpaper in Douglas Fir, €72, see dreamz.ie

Bauhaus wallpaper in Douglas Fir, €72, see dreamz.ie

Green check photo frame, €10, see aprilandthebear.com

Green check photo frame, €10, see aprilandthebear.com

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Barcelona studio Minx Factory, who are stocked at Dublin’s Hen’s Teeth Store, make unique speckled stoneware mugs in a range of quirky abstract designs. Bauhaus mug, €47.50, see hensteethstore.com

Recently, when out on my suburban walks, I’ve started seeing large, bright, red and yellow circles painted on the roads outside local schools. Part of a ‘School Zones’ initiative, they are designed to increase awareness and reduce congestion — but it’s clear that they’ve also been bringing a smile. There’s something so fun and unexpected about these bold pops of colour in such an ordinary setting.

The same is true of primary colours: first in fashion, and now in interiors, Rubik’s Cube hues have started popping up in artwork, tableware and home accessories, and their unexpectedness is a big part of their charm.


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