I could literally spend hours just looking at all the gorgeous photos posted on Instagram and Pinterest of interiors and accessories, it’s definitely one of my favourite pass times! It does produce a quadrium when trying to think of ideas to style my own home. With so many options where to begin?! With springs arrival I’m currently favouring browns, greens, potted plants mixed with golds and brass tones. The variety of colours, textures, and smells combine to create a fresh and airy environment.
I love the feel in this room, the contrast between the gold and brown give it a decadent feature. Drawing from early Georgian colours and combining it with Art Deco-inspired pieces creating a harmonious space that balance itself perfectly. I find the use of velvet and plush cushions really blends the lines between furniture and environment, with the large mirror drawing in light softening the overall tone.
These softer tones of greens, browns, and grey create a perfect subtle environment for any bedroom! The combination of shades gives this space a lazy casual morning feel. Using a variety of neutral earthy tones and delicate textures enhances the luxurious feel. The linen velvet combination produced by Eadie Lifestyle works seamlessly with the assorted array of cushions.
Fiona Duke Interiors
Never underestimate the value of accessories in any space! They really do add depth and character, whether it be plants, pictures, ornaments and or vases. These pieces can introduce both colour and texture providing a visually enjoyable experience. This combination of accessories shown by Fiona Duke Interiors shows us the perfect blend of colour, texture, and placement.
Elle Decoration UK
This piece by Elle Decoration featuring in COVER HOUSE: JUNE 2017 provides that perfect balance between light and space. I love having plants in as many rooms as I can, it brings a space to life with the additional benefit of purifying the air! The variety of house plants available are pretty much endless, each one with its own characteristics maintaining diversity within any room.
Wallpaper can have a massive impact in any given space whether using it as a key element or as an overall feature. This Green Watercolor Leaves Wallpaper by Think Noir generates light and airy space, captivating the eye of the beholder! Perfect for pairing with bright colours such as yellow, red and orange. Introduce dark furniture or empty frames to appreciate the body of this gorgeous piece!