This lovely pillow cushion from Diane Von Furstenberg with a slight leopard print to it in colour tones works really well with the darker shades of the crocus Cecily wallpaper. Add some pastel pink into the mix with these fantastic teaspoons by Lee Chi Wing - perhaps picking out a quirky teacup and teapot to go with these would be great for having guests around! These teaspoons also tie in great with the dipped furniture which is everywhere at the moment.
A final splash of sugary pink was added with this large glass candle jar from the Voluspa Japonica range in a subtle sweet scent called Belle Sucre - just sweet and sugary enough for this pretty room! We picked out the citrus green which is hinted in the wallpaper for this fantastic lighting from Heals called the Natasha to make a striking contrast to the softer pastel shades.
We love to mix in some odd eclectic details and this matt white decorative stags head from Dwell is fab - you could even hang a couple of gold Christmas decorations from the antlers when the season arrives. Our final piece is this lovely white tray with multiple candle holders again from Dwell. This would look great placed on a coffee table or ottoman with long tapered candles lit for a relaxing evening in. You could even take this idea and create your own DIY version with a tray and mismatched and different sized candle sticks which you can paint all one colour to bring them together.
. Products .
1. Cecily wallaper in crocus by Designers Guild at Heals
2. Stags head wall decor from Dwell
3. Pillow by Diane Von Furstenberg at Amara
4. Teaspoons set by Lee Chi Wing at Heals
5. Natasha light in citrus from Heals
6. Multiple candle holders from Dwell
7. Voluspa Japonica large glass candle in Bell Sucre from Amara