The combination of yellow and pink has always been a favourite of mine. It’s playful, sophisticated and graphic.
It’s expressive of joy and exuberance but can be edgy. It’s a favourite of fashion designers but not inherently feminine. These colours work especially well with white and black in interiors both modern and traditional.
You don’t need a lot of this combination to make a room exciting and art is a wonderful way to bring it into
Mike Smalley has created a stunning pastel which would be dazzling in any room. It is a beautiful abstract about colour and texture and has the luminosity that the pure pigment of pastels can achieve. This work would partner beautifully with two photographs by Dieter Hessel. Lemons in a View Camera (yellow, black and white) and Sugar Beach in Fog (pink, pale sand and dark gray). These wonderful photographs, one soft and one graphic, are perfect foils for the pastel and would bring any room to life.