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    Blush, Navy and Gold

    Are you a lover of blush pink and like a little dose of girly glam? Read on to check out my latest colour scheme...

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    Monochrome and Timber

    When I picture a monochrome room, I often picture something thats quite cold and uninviting, however, thats not how it has to be! Click through to see my take on how this colour scheme can be warmed right up! 

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    Blush, Grey and Copper

    Blush - the colour on everyone cheeks has definitely transitioned its way into fashion and homes over the past few months. Mixed with moody hues like grey or charcoal it's a colour that is soft enough to be pretty, but neutral enough...

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    50 Shades of Grey

    This week I’m forgetting the seasons and going with colours that can be used year round. Or in other words: to celebrate the release of “50 Shades of Grey” I thought it would be fun to feature shades of grey for this weeks colour scheme feature. From Modern to Shabby chic, grey is one colour that adapts beautifully to many different settings. Although I may not be featuring 50 different photos with shades of grey, each of these rooms uses a palette of grey in varying shades giving the spaces depth, romance & strength. So, as they say – Mr Grey will see you now…  

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    And the Pantone colour of the year for 2015 is…

    Marsala – and it doesn’t look anything like a chicken curry! As Pantone calls it, Marsala is a “A naturally robust and earthy wine red, Marsala enriches our minds, bodies and souls”. Marsala is also a colour that has caused a wide array of debate world wide as it follows on from some pretty bright hues, namely last year’s Radiant Orchid. Marsala has been linked to some less enticing images (some saying it reminds them of rust or blood) and has largely been named a let down. While it’s not one of my favourite colours I can definitely see the beauty in this shade and how it could be worked…

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    Colour of the week – Orange

    It’s Halloween this friday, so I thought what better colour to feature than orange? Often picked as the colour for autumn (or fall), orange is a colour that can easily be worked into homes anytime of the year. Paired with navy blue for a bold summer look, soft greys or pale greens in winter or clear blues and soft pinks in the spring time, orange is bright, beautiful and very versatile.  

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    Colour of the Week – Lavender

    This week’s colour focus is Lavender. It is one that has challenged me as it’s not a colour I would typically choose for my own home. Lavender is one of the few pastels that is quite difficult to work into a room as it is limited with regard to what neutrals work best. To me, Lavender is the quintessential colour for a little girls bedroom. It is reminiscent of fairy-tales and dreams and works beautifully to create a magical space. However, this week I have challenged myself to find ways Lavender can be used in spaces for adults too. Here’s what I’ve found… Keep it dreamlike and use in old-world settings. The…