I thought it was time for an update on work in progress with our room makeover (you can read all about our plans here). As usual these things seem to take us twice as long as they really should but hey, I don’t believe in rushing an interiors project. After all it’s good to add things in slowly and accessorise accordingly, as and when you find things. That’s half the fun I reckon.
And as luck would have it, Wayfair got in touch recently to ask if I’d like to try out their Dutch Decor range of cushions – so many styles! – and it felt like a good opportunity to give the sofa in our back room a bit of a refresh to complement the new colour scheme in there.
I don’t like things too match-matchy as you know, so I picked out a few contrasting colours and textures, which would hopefully suit our pale grey sofa plus one slightly more statement cushion for good measure! I think I’m still very much into the copper/metallic thing as a way of adding a bit of impact as well as warmth and light, so I chose this Cornelia cushion with copper accents.
I also really love these Jeger cushions which feature a different colour on the reverse so you can change things round if you want a lighter or a darker tone of grey (or just have both which is why I chose two of them). I also picked out this Densa cushion (which looks grey on the website but is actually a silvery green) as I liked the velvety tones of it plus this Zamran cushion with its tie-dyed, knitted effect which adds another texture and shape to the group.
We’re really pleased with the way the new dark green colour looks and are just in the process of getting some prints up on the walls and putting the finishing touches to the rest of the room. You never know, it might just be ready in time for Autumn when the nights start drawing in, which is probably for the best as we always imagined this room would be more of a cosy snug for hunkering down in.
Will share more soon!
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