Yep, I’m obsessed with interiors right now, because we’re decorating our home, so here’s some things I want St. Nick to bring me BECAUSE I’VE BEEN WELL GOOD!
Linea at House of Fraser
Marks & Spencer Home
Oh dear oh dear, the boyf and I are in such dilemmas. It’s autumn (nay, winter!) and we’re once again turning our attention to décor after a summer of drinking Prosecco on the balcony. Only, we have a very clear vision in our minds – but when we try to articulate this, or indeed paint it on the wall, we get all confused and then just put Netflix on.
Our living room is large, dual aspect, has newly glossed skirting, door and door frame (thanks in-laws!) and we’re looking to go 1970s contemporary-retro. Think mustard coloured glassware, sideboards and shag rugs.
We’re going to implement a tried and tested formula, one statement wallpaper to three parts painted wall, and are stuck on the combination of colours.
Option 1, Trippy Orange
This paper is a right statement, and we love the mix of burnt orange and deep chocolate. It’s warm and cosy without being stuffy. Still, this paper would work well when papered all over a sparsely furnished room, but despite the room’s size and ability to pull off such a commitment, we’re only looking to paper one wall. So, that begs the question, which colour do you paint the remaining three?