Blush and gold has long been a favourite colour combination of mine. This particular shade of pink is feminine but not girly, pastel but not sickly. It’s a subtle shade that will work in most bedrooms and living spaces; warming up north facing rooms and giving south facing rooms a rosy glow. When you add gold accessories into the mix the combination is sexy and sophisticated. The metallic lustre just elevates the look up a notch, the same way just the right necklace or earrings will add the finishing touch to a special outfit.
On the walls: Dulux Rich Praline 6 from £28 for 2.5L
Sources: 1. Pols Potten Light Gold Refined Tealight Holder – Set of 4 – £36, Amara. 2.Blush Faux Fur Cushion, £19, M&Co. 3. Best Damask Gold Wallpaper, £15, Wilko. 4. House Doctor – Base Vase, £41, Amara. 5. 3 Door Art Nouveau Wardrobe, £1,190, Furnish. 6. House Doctor – Layers Vase £39, Amara. 7. Ivy Table Lamp, £95, Cuckooland. 8. Gold Pineapple Tray, £12.95, MiaFleur. 9. Rose Gold Succulent, George Home. 10. Pineapple Bookends, £10, Primark. 11. Subtle Blush Emulsion Paint, Colours at B&Q.
Sources: 1.Kartell – Mini FL/Y Ceiling Light, £292, Amara. 2. Orabella Gold Wallpaper, £15, Wilko. 3. Amber Tumbler, £3.99, Homesense. 4. Ferm Living – Hexagon Vase, £27, Amara. 5. The Vintage Rose Berkley Collection, £1,495, SweetPea and Willow. 6. Matt Emulsion Paint Copper Blush 2.5L, £14, Dulux. 7. Celio Table Lamp Copper, £55, Oliver Bonas. 8. Blush Fluted Origami Matte Vase, £49.95, Made with Love. 9. Dipped Bamboo Wooden Table Set, £75, Marquis and Dawe. 10.Palm Tree Candle Holder, £8, George Home. 11. Sequin Velvet Cushion, £38, Oliver Bonas. 12. Round Grid Coaster, £7.50, Oliver Bonas.