Home to golden rolling hills of vineyards, Michelangelo’s David, and the Duomo basilica, few trips are as inspiring and evocative as the central Italian region of Tuscany. Add a dose of romance to any space this summer—without even having to break out your passport—with our color of the month: Tuscan Yellow. In large or small amounts, this color brings a ray of European sunshine to any room it touches. You’ll find yourself (and guests) flocking to this cheerful hue, time and again.

Get your wanderlust fired up for June—shop our full Tuscan Yellow assortment on Sotheby’s Home.

Mid-Century Modern Lacquered Side Table

Curated by Ambianic, this vintage side table is an authentic example of mid-1950s design. The unique hexagonal shape and rich marigold hue will add a unique touch to any room—whether it’s holding a bottle of Chianti, or simply bedside knickknacks.

Sculptural Floor Lamp

A little Tuscan yellow goes a long way when it comes to livening up a space. Inspired by the aesthetic of Italian designer Alessandro Mendini, this postmodern floor lamp is bold in both color and shape.

Karges Regency Recamier

This elegant recamier is designed by the fifth-generation-owned, American-made brand Karges. The luxurious and sturdy shape doesn’t feel heavy, thanks to its pale yellow finish. And it’s certainly a comfortable option to lay back and be fed grapes on!

Turkish Oushak Rug


Ground any room with this daring 9-foot x 11.5-foot expanse of rich marigold wool. Handwoven in Turkey—where rug weaving is a culture rather than a business—the delicate tan pattern of this antique rug adds instant warmth.

Fornasetti Crescent Moon Cradle

Originally founded by the Italian painter and sculptor, Piero Fornasetti—Barnaba Fornasetti’s creative and dreamlike products remain true to his father’s artistic spirit. Whether used as a magazine rack or a vivid accent piece, this sunshine-yellow crescent moon is the definition of “statement piece”.

Keep up to date with the latest tonal trends—check out some of our past colors of the month: Paprika, Sky Blue, Coral, and more.

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