Cool it: 7 ways to embrace aqua

Magic Circus Éditions unveiled its latest vision: Collection 02, inspired by Marie-Lise Féry’s ongoing research into notions of balance, weightlessness and motion. Influenced by a brazen mix of Asian inspiration and Art Nouveau style, this new collection features delicate and poetic shapes, floral and sculptural elements, flowing and curving lines; all of which are shown in a palette of soft powdery hues. www.magic-circus.fr
The Azure table by Migaloo features a top made of Migaloo rock composite, white cork and turquoise resin. The base of the table top is made of a light plywood. www.migaloohome.com
Baxter illustrates how easy it is to pair furnishings with this bold hue. www.baxter.it
For the Elements Collection, Baobab called upon the dexterity of Portuguese ceramic experts to create vases that could withstand the outdoors conditions. A stunning decorative object for gardens and terraces, scents also ward off insects. It's easily at home in any garden or by the pool. www.baobabcollection.com
The Metropole washbasin features a stunning decorative surface evoking the glass and metal of today’s urban environments. Made entirely by hand, this exclusive item is the fruit of hi-tech research combined with traditional craftsmanship. www.glassdesign.it
The Love chair, by Nika Zupanc for Ghidini 1961, provides a sumptuously soft landing. Designed with a pale cushion it is firmly supported by the airy twists of the brass heart backrest. www.ghidini1961.com
Pedrali's Working Spaces exhibition at this year's Orgatec shows how the hue can make hold statements in the office. www.pedrali.it

Call it a new spin on the winter blues. As the nights grow cooler and the festive season and New Year start creep around the corner, why not celebrate with bold pops of colour that add healthy doses of calm and chic to any space. From accessories to furnishings – and even work spaces and living rooms – adding a bit of aqua is the way to lift your spirits during this busy season.