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    Dive in…

    This time of year the beach is simply too good to resist, and it’s always when I come home from beach that I feel most inspired. The fresh sea air, soft sand under your feet, an array of blue that just makes you want to dive in – Nature sure does have a way of bringing the most beautiful things together, and it’s exactly these things that inspired me to pull together this colour scheme. Keep scrolling to check it out…  Button cushion, pendant light, artwork, potted fern, armchair, velvet cushion, scollop cushion, gold cushion, tassel throw, sofa, colour block throw, coffee table, side table, rug What places leave you most inspired?  Let…

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    Colour of the week – Charcoal

    Nothing says 'style' quite like the perfect shade of charcoal grey and while the perfect shade may be different for every home, a hint of charcoal here or a splash there will never get you in trouble. 

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    All that glitters…

    Gold is one of the few metallic's that doesn't really go out of fashion very often, sure brass or copper will come and go, and pewter will even have its moment, but Gold, stainless steel and silver and three metallics...

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    Colour of the week – Evergreen

    When I think of winter colour it's always the richest of colours that come to mind - it's why over the past few weeks I've been featuring deep blues through to warm reds, but this week I've been thinking about one of winters truest colours - Evergreen...

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    Colour of the week – Aubergine

    This weeks feature colour is Aubergine. It's rich, it's sumptuous and it's perfect for winter. Aubergine is a colour that can work in with many different styles, from regal to Moroccan or something a little more rustic...

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    Colour of the week – Burgundy

    While it's no secret that I'm not the biggest fan of the colour red, I definitely can appreciate it's beauty when used in varying shades. Blush, pink, burgundy or cherry all take preference to me over a true red, but it is darker shades that really stand their own - especially in Winter.

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    Blue can be cosy too

    Winter blues do not need to relate to feelings of sadness or despair, quite the opposite actually. When I look at blue spaces, I always feel a sense of calm. Of course a sense of coolness can be achieved with some blue hues...

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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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    Summer blooms

    When I think of Summer interiors, I think of spaces that are light, bright and filled with colour. Taking inspiration from beach brights , Summer blooms is all about being full of colour, but using tones that have slightly more floral hues. I think Summer is one of the best times of year for flowers – Hydrangeas, Frangipanis, Gerberas, Begonias and Lilies are among some of the many flowers blooming. So why not take inspiration from some of  natures most beautiful creations and use that in your home? From botanical print wall papers to watercolour paintings or bright cushions – adding some faux florals is a great way to bring Summer indoors and continue enjoying these beautiful…