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Decorate your home with cheery yellow for spring

Bright, cheerful daffodils, lemony yellow forsythia and, of course, the return of warm, sunny afternoons - no other colour seems to reflect the excitement of spring quite like yellow.

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Set of four vintage pyrex mixing bowls from PolargirlVintage

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Giraffe art print by RobTavares

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Hello Sunshine pillow by PillowThrowDecor

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Birds and Branches prints by AldariArt

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Vintage yellow melamine dish set from LilytheDogVintage

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Yellow and white striped paper straws from CommeLesLoups

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Yellow Suzani pillow by ModernTouchDesigns

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Algojola flower wall decal by miandcoADzif

Bright, cheerful daffodils, lemony yellow forsythia and, of course, the return of warm, sunny afternoons – no other colour seems to reflect the excitement of spring quite like yellow. Naturally warm and cheery, psychologists have long associated this colour with feelings of optimism as our bodies naturally release seratonin when we are around this warm hue. While it’s the most attention-grabbing shade of the rainbow, there is the risk of it being overpowering, but used sparingly it can be just the right boost of energy to lift your spirits every time you see it.

Here are a few favourite yellow pieces from Canadian Etsy sellers to bring a little burst of spring sunshine into your home.

Bright yellow and white Suzani pillow by ModernTouchDesigns located in Whitby, Ontario.

Yellow and white striped paper straws by CommeLesLoups in Montreal, Quebec.

Vintage yellow melamine dish set by LilytheDogVintage in Victoria, British Columbia.

Birds and Branches prints by AldariArt in Victoria, British Columbia.

Hello Sunshine pillow by PillowThrowDecor in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Giraffe Art print by Rob Tavares in Toronto, Ontario.

Algajola Flower wall decal by miaandcoADzif in Montreal, Quebec.

Set of four vintage Pyrex mixing bowls by PolargirlVintage in Edmonton, Alberta.