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7 AMAZING Nautical homes to copy

Home decor trends come and go, but there are some that can truly stand the test of time. One of those trends is nautical. Uplifting, colorful, and full of positive, wanderlust-filled vibes, a nautical themed home has been a popular choice for the last few decades. Whether you live near the beach or simply which for a seaside lifestyle, this sailor-esque theme is sure to turn your home into a relaxing mecca.

With Summer on the way, what better time to inject that touch of nautical into your abode? Today we share seven of our favorite decked-out nautical homes.

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The perfect balance of rustic and minimal, this living room swaps the more common palette of navy and red for something softer. Neutral bases with pops of cheery mint make for something truly timeless. Rustic details such as a cracked paint table and an old lamp give it more of a homely vibe. This is truly somewhere that you can put your feet up and relax in style.

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Printed mint-hued cushions add an air of tropical seas to an otherwise neutral color scheme.

Damask throw pillow cover

Exotic oriental pillow cover

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Rather than opting for bright blue walls, go for a pale blue duck egg. Bright white window frames will give across the air of being in a boat. Timeless white sofas and wooden furniture are a stylish way to say ‘ahoy there matey’, whilst nautical-specific decor such as ropes, boats and driftwood will polish the theme off perfectly. The main talking point of this room? That patterned blue rug.

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Rather than forking out big bucks on a carpet, add a nautical flourish to your floor with our damask style table runner

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Does your little boy want to be a pirate? If so, this nautical bunker room is made for them! A wooden bed frame can easily be turned into a first mates camp with some royal blue bedding. Add some legitimate boat items to the wall, such as a rope ladder and life ring and watch him go ‘wow’!

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Now that’s what we call a kitchen with a view!! This dark marble table top is the perfect contrast to the white base and chairs. Aqua serviettes and jugs add a touch of the ocean too.

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Create the contrast of a dark table top by adorning your table with our hand embroidered table runner.

Then add a splash of aquatic blue with our elegant color block placemats.

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It doesn’t get more nautical than the trio of red, white and navy! Top your cushions with contrasting printed cushions for a really vibrant look. Keep the walls and furniture white and let those sofas do the talking.

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A combination of navy, red and white cushions are an instant win.

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If the thought of anchors and buoys is waaaay too loud for your taste, perhaps this sophisticated bedroom is more up your alley. Simple and clean, the cream and beige bedding really pops fro the dark navy walls. The nautical theme is really embodied by the large painting hanging over the bead head. This is nautical done minimalist style.

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Create a creamy base with a luxurious, embroidered bedding set. The hand embroidered duvet cover set is a perfect choice.

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How amazing is this boat shaped book case? If you’re feeling crafty why not head to a boat junk yard? This humble abode is the definition of timeless: painted white walls, white sofas, polished wooden furniture and wooden flooring. They say that the devil is in the details and this couldn’t be more correct in light of this living room. Printed cushions, wall decor and striped curtains are, in fact, what completely transforms this room into a nautical haven.

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Transform your white sofa with our jacquard paisley pillow covers and elegant dahlia pillow covers.

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Are you a fab of the nautical trend? Got any decorating tips you’d like to share? Let us know in the comments below…

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5 Ways To Brighten Up Your Office

The average adult in the Western world works a staggering 1842 hours per week. Yes; I gasped with horror too! Before you lie in bed and binge on ice cream and netflix and give up on being an adult, let’s try and make this time at work actually enjoyable.

Yes; it can be done! Psychologists have proved that your surroundings, their colors and their atmospheres, can have a huge impact on your mood. So maybe your 9-5 would be just that little bit less hideous without those hideous brown cushions?

Ready to make those 1842 hours a little bit more bearable? You’re in luck! Today, we share with you five ways to brighten up your office.

1. Greenery & Fresh Flowers
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Stale air is about as productive as a broken record player when it comes to the work place, so why not place a natural air purifier on your desk? As you will remember from high school biology, flora takes in carbon dioxide and releases oxygen, making the air you breathe in, cleaner, fresher and more useful for your respiratory system.

Plus: your new green friend may even get you a raise! Boffins at a Norweigan University found that people surrounded by flora and foliage performed better in attention and retention tasks than those sat at bare desks. (Source: insidesource.com)

2. Colorful Comfort

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When your boss was picking out those, ahem, quirky office chairs, chances are he was focusing more on cost than on comfort. The result? A bad back and bad mood. In his book ‘Proceedings of Health Buildings Vol 1’, Derek Baizhan found that: ‘Worker comfort directly affects important predictors of operational efficiency, such as productivity, job satisfaction, retention, well-being, and at its most basic level, of course, worker health’. (Source: hermanmiller.com)

Luckily, a more comfortable office doesn’t necessarily mean shouting at your boss for new furniture, printed pillows add support, whilst their bright and vibrant colors will uplift your spirit.

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Floral embroidered pillow cover

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Elegant dahlia pillow cover

3. Creative Workplace? Go For Green

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Boffins at forbes.com have found that using green in the work place can increase creativity and is ‘related to broader thought.’ If painting your entire office green is totally out of the question, turn that frown upside down! All it takes is a few injections of this natural tone.

Put green in as your central focal point by decorating your table with a green table runner.

Damask style elegant table runner

Hand painted deluxe floral table runner

Alternatively, dot around place mats for useful and productive color placemat. For an extra zen factor, top one with a plant!

Shimmering spiral hand embroidered placemats

Sophisticated two tone embroidered placemats

4. Get Arty!

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Whether it’s a surrealist beach scene or just some photos of your loved ones, artworks or photographs can really uplift a drab work area! Go for a particularly inspiring artist if you want to enhance your creative streak. Alternatively, positive and inspiring aspirations will give you just that little kick you need!

Want to make your workplace more serene! A calming nature of beach scene will be a welcome addition to your desk. Or simply add photos of friends and families to remind you of good times and why you actually need to earn your money!

5. Give Your Desk A Makeover

Nothing drags you down more than a cracked and dull wooden desk! It can be easily fixed! Simply give it a one-stop makeover with one of our colorful table runners.

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The exotic oriental table runner is the perfect neutral-hued way to funk up your office space. The Eastern-inspired mandala design will relax you with wanderlust-filled vibes of far away places.

Turn your desk into a palace with the velvet table runner. Psychologists also believe that red increases confidence. What better way to earn your next raise?

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If your a nature lover, this jacquard floral table runner is sure to add an air of the outdoors to your workplace.

Enjoy your brighter, more uplifting office!

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How To Look Like An Off-Duty Model

Oh… to be a model! The shows, the clothes, the endless cocktail parties…  If only we could be genetically blessed with the 6ft frame of Martha Hunt, or the body of Kate Upton.

Nonetheless, one easy aspect of the model life to take on is the effortless, off-duty, street style. How many times have you opened a magazine and saw Kendall Jenner looking so chic when she does her groceries, or Candice Swanepoel winning in the style stakes after a long haul flight?

It’s waaaay easier than you think! Today, we give you the masterclass on how to look like an off-duty model.

Flawless ‘No Makeup’ Makeup

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Ok, this one may sound like some sort of crazy contradiction, but carefully placed and natural looking makeup can really give you that flawless off-duty model look.

Fake air-brushed skin by applying a medium coverage foundation with a dewy finish. Pat gently onto cleansed skin with your fingertips for a flawless texture. Next, take a cream blush and apply to the apples of the cheeks for a natural flush. Opt for a dewy highlighter and apply on the top of the cheekbones and on the eyelids. Finally, curl your lashes and apply two coats of lengthening mascara to both the bottom and top lashes.

Rock A Leather Bomber

It seems that models have a type of ‘unofficial’ off-duty uniform. Enter the leather bomber and slim-fit pants combo, an effortless look that is casual and polished in equal part.

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Kendall gives her studded leather jacket a more polished vibe with leather pants, boots and dark sunglasses. She injects an air of off-duty by adding the white cropped tee. The best part about this look is that it uses wardrobe staples that many of us already own!

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Miss Delevigne rocks her slouchy, rock-chick signature style with charcoal grey yoga pants and a white tee. It makes us question, does she actually wake up looking this good?

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This is the definition of ‘slaying’. One of our fave stylistas, Gigi Hadid, goes for a studded overload with this studded leather jacket and belt. However, it is that classic Chanel boy bag that will be starring in our dreams tonight.

Throw On A Scarf

Scarves are the accessory that you need to rock off-duty model style! They have been spotted thrown effortlessly over jackets and tees and have even been spotted backstage keeping models snug during the hair and makeup process. Just choose your favorite pattern, throw on and embrace the nonchalance!
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Aussie model Jess Hart compliments her khaki green jacket with a suitably safari-esque leopard print scarf. Undone hair and hipster glasses add perfectly to this ‘thrown together’ look.

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Our mixed print scarf is the perfect partner in crime for your safari-esque get up!

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This model adds glamour and warmth backstage with an oversized silk scarf. Worn with the oh-so-off-duty leather jacket and slicked back hair, she is totally bringing it before she even steps out onto that runway!

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Go for traveler vibes in our exotic print silk scarf.

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Miranda Kerr is yet another stylish lady from down under that won’t stay off our scarf radar! Bootleg jeans and a white tee are given a completely stylish transformation by this multi-toned silk scarf.

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Our artistic print silk scarf has Miranda Kerr written all over it!

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If you want to look like an off-duty model, who better to guide you than one of the original supermodels? Claudia Schiffer looks effortlessly elegant in a timeless grey blazer, bootcut jeans and oversized sunglasses. The 90s star finishes the look perfectly with that luscious pop of sunshine yellow!

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Inject an instant Spring vibe into your look with the floral paisley silk scarf

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Kate Moss is known for her grungy rocker style, so it doesn’t surprise us that her scarf of choice is a punky, animal print number. She teams it with a black, faux-fur, jacket, boots and bag and let’s the scarf do the talking!

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If you’re after a glam rock look, opt for the pure wool animal print scarf.

Style Your Locks In Tousled Waves

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The best part about off-duty model hair is that it requires literally no effort! If you have naturally wavy locks, give them a spritz with dry shampoo for some volume. Plait straight hair and leave overnight for natural-looking and heat-free waves. For a really beachy vibe, spritz your strands with some sea salt spray.

 

Whose off-duty model look would you like to steal?

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The Living Room Through The Ages (1920- 1990)

We’ve all heard those stories set in living rooms of the past. From your Grandmother’s recollection of glistening geometric prints, to your mothers giggles about that ‘pop art floral’ wallpaper you had once. Maybe you even remember your entire house decked out in Laura Ashley chintz, circa 1989?

Living in a post-modern era, home decor trends form the past come and go so fast, that literally, you can do whatever you please! If you feel like making your home a blast from the past, read on for a decor history lesson on the living room between 1920 and 1990.

1920s

The 1920s were undeniably the birth of modern culture, and with this, came the idea of interior design. With the rise of flapper culture came the arrival of Modernism and the Bauhaus. Living rooms were transformed into lavish meccas to host cocktail parties and dinners.

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Taking inspiration from the beginning of Hollywood and the silent movie culture, the living room in the 1920s was sophisticated, with a touch of the exotic. As in fashion and art at the time, the main trend in home decor was art deco, which was materialized through high-sheen metals, geometric shapes and patterns and tiles. With this, came a touch of the Eastern world with Moroccan prints and animal skins showing that the patron of the home was wealthy enough to travel.

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Metallic, exotically printed fabrics scream Great Gatsby!

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Exotic oriental table runner

Black & Gold

Hand embroidered brocade pillow cover

 

1930s

Carrying on the art deco trend of the ‘roaring 20s’, the 1930s cleverly combined this with elements of Scandinavian minimalism, which was known as ‘moderne.’ This look was stripped of all ornament and was incredibly streamlined and focused on clean lines.

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Although art deco was still prevailing home decor trend, the introduction of mass production meant an increase in chrome, plastic and high-shine furniture. The exotic and geometric prints remained similar to that of the previous decade, although they were mixed with ‘moderne’ elements to create statements, unlike the all-over glamorous decor of the 1920s. The color palette in this era also took a turn towards more muted tones, such as cream, ivory, light green and light pink.

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Clean lines, muted tones and a hint of art deco… it can’t get much more 1930s!

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Elegant colorblock Place mats

1940s

Following the return of soldiers from World War Two, decor in the 1940s was both homely and nostalgic. Warm, rich colors, cottage-y prints and upholstery were all the rage. Due to the increased demand for housing in this period, rooms often had multi-purposes.

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Wooden floors and vinyl were both common due to unavailability of materials. Living rooms were beautified with lace curtains, bows and vibrant floral prints. Wooden furniture was often painted in bright colors or white. These elements made up the Early modern or ‘colonial’ trend.

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Floral prints in cheery colors will add some colonial homeliness to your abode.

Jacquard floral table runner

Hand painted 7 piece duvet cover set

1950s

The 1950s saw a huge change in the home decor market. With the invention of the trolley and ironing board, to name a few, this was truly the ‘age of the housewife.’ With consumerism on the rise, living rooms were bold and brash, in bold neon and bubblegum hues. Add in the influence of Surrealism and the 1950s was like living in a rainbow.

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1950 also saw a new structural element change home decor: the open plan. Checkerboard tiles and vinyl floors were both funky and brash. But if anything is important in this era, it’s the accessories; the more the merrier! Toasters, alarm clocks and swing bins were huge and chrome and anything plastic was very on-trend. As for prints, they included space-inspired, florals and zigzags and animal prints.

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Pops of color and vibrant prints are a sure-fire way to give your living room that 1950s edge.

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Chic jacquard table runner

1960s

Ah… the groovy era! The 1960s saw the rise of youth culture, popular music and modern fashion. Staying close to it’s rebellious spirit, 1960s decor mis-mashed past home decor styles, including Victorian and the 1920s, and combined them with pop art.

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With the 1950s obsession with the space age and everything plastic and disposable still in tow, the 1960s living room took these elements and translated them into a more earthy palette. Monochrome was a popular choice, as were earthy greens, wooden tones and burnt oranges. There were also bohemian elements of Indian and Moroccan prints. Pod shaped furniture perfectly complimented pop art flowers or groovy circle wallpaper.

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Brash, burnt and a hint of Moroccan…take a leaf out of the book of the groovy 60s.

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Ornamental embroidered 7 piece duvet cover set

1970s

If we could some up Seventies decor in one word, we’d have to say BROWN. Despite this, the Seventies living room was a conglomeration of contradictions. Earthy brown tones and natural bohemian prints were contrasted with psychedelic patterns and futuristic design.

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Decor was inspired by the eco nature of the decade. Hanging plants, macrame and greenery were commonplace in living rooms. Despite this, technological-inspired pod shapes and clashing-toned plastics were also popular. Orange, brown and burnt reds were the most used color palettes and were presented in a variety of bold patterns such a bohemian prints and plaid.

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Paisley prints in oranges and browns are a silent scream of ‘Seventies’.

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Jacquard paisley table runner

Paisley leaf pillow cover

1980s

The 1980s saw the rise of technology begin to develop at a sky-rocket pace. With this, home decor took a bit of a nostalgic turn, rejecting the futuristic trends of the past two decades and going back to floral chintz prints similar to those in the 40s. Add frills and wallpaper borders into the mix and the 80s living room was the epitome of twee femininity.

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The burnt orange tones of the past decade were swapped for something more demure. Dusty pastels made their mark in frills and florals. The living room was not complete without a glass table or overhead track lights.

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It’s an easy equation for this one: florals + pastels.

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Floral embroidered placemats

1990s

After the bawdy maximalism of the 1980s, the 1990s slowed it down and took it right back to the basics. Much in contrast to the rapid evolution of technology, this era was all about creamy tones, wooden furniture and beige sofas. Perhaps due to the beginning of the recession, living rooms were plain, clutter free and zen.

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Of course, there was the slightly tacky element to 1990s decor. Who can forget inflatable sofas and lava lamps? Aside from neutral colors, another Nineties color fad is Hunter green. The late 90s also saw the return of prints, namely damask and florals.

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Opt for beige, brown and clean lines.

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Shimmering spiral placemats

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Embroidered table runner

Which decade was your favorite?

 

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Decor Inspiration: India’s Most Beautiful Palaces

If the world were to give a medal to its most vibrant country, India would undeniably be in the running. With grand architecture such as the Taj Mahal making it a dreamy and exotic tourist destination, India certainly has a lot to offer when it comes to wanderlust.

One of the most unique and stunning aspects of India are its lavish and colourful palaces. Just stepping into one of these magnificent places makes you feel as though you have stepped back in time.

Although India is home to a whopping 71 palaces, we have selected the most beautiful ones for you to feast your eyes on!

Here’s the most beautiful palaces India has the offer, alongside home décor inspired by them…

Jaipur City Palace

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Located in the capital of India’s Rajasthan State and in the center of ‘the pink city’, Jaipur Palace is a mish-mash of Rajput, Mughpal and European architectural styles. The palace was built between 1729 and 1732 and was originally inhabited by Maharaja of Jaipur, who was the King of the Kachwaha Rajput clan. Today, it is a popular tourist attraction, with part of the palace acting as a museum.

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The Chandra Mahal acts as the home of the current royal family. With golden embellished pillars and ceilings with adornments of deep ruby and emerald, this part of the palace is certainly fit for royalty! Embroidered rugs in vermilion and gold perfectly line the floor, whilst oversized crimson pillow compliment the mahogany doors. Don’t expect to see a tiger here if you visit, this fellow was cleverly super-imposed by the photographer!

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Line your floors with the hand embroidered table runner for an easy royal upgrade.

Recreate the palaces detailed ceiling in your home with the hand embroidered brocade pillow cover.

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This section of the Chandra Mahal embraces a more cool palette. Although it is undeniably still as vivid and vibrant as the red-toned part, this combination of azure and soft gold has a more soothing effect.

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Sleep like royalty underneath the calm tones of the hand embroidered 7 piece duvet cover set.

Or if the walls inspire you, use the ornamental blossom table runner as a statement wall hanging.

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Mysore Palace

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Built in 1892 in India’s Southern region of Karnataka, Mysore Palace is now India’s most second popular tourist attraction after the Taj Mahal. With a combination of Hindu, Gothic and Muslim architectural styles, the popularity of this stunning palace barely comes as a surprise. Despite it’s tourism success, it still remains property of the royal family and has housed the Maharajas of Mysore since its construction.

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A conglomeration of vibrant colors, prints and textures make this palace a truly magnificent sight to see. Angel encrusted pillars and floral- dotted walls lead directly towards the golden throne itself. The colors and patterns are cleverly placed to gradually go from warm tones to cool, with a red-toned floor, red, aqua and golden pillars and a blue and green ceiling.

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Embrace the palaces clashing colors with the blue and red toned floral pillow embroidered cover.

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Or go for a more understated, but equally regal air with the luxurious artistry table runner.

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The stunning ceiling of the Public Durbar Hall gives across an abstract image of the sun and the sky. Intricately guilded with a textured gold frame, it seamlessly stems into a flower-dotted gold beam surrounded by vibrant mint.

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Our exotic oriental pillow cover perfectly captures the air of this stunning ceiling

Bangalore Palace

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Home to the current Mysore royal family, the Bangalore Palace has recently undergone a renovation. Although it still holds elements of its gothic roots close to its heart, the palace grounds now contain lavish amenities, including an amusement park and a concert ground.

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This room is a perfect mish-mash of modern décor and classic Indian elements. The hanging chandeliers and wooden floors bring a more Western element to the contrasting decorated ceiling and walls. The earthy tones of ochre, green and wood make it less vivid than other Indian temples, but equally as beautiful.

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Juxtapose the old and new in your kitchen with the shimmering spiral placemats and the hawthorn leaf table runner.

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The courtyard has undeniable Spanish and Arabic influences. Stone turrets and mosaic floors give this décor an incredibly multi-cultural vibe, not to mention the classic Tudor stone walls surrounding it.

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Go for a mystical Moroccan vibe with our velvet sparkle throw pillow cover

Taj Lake Palace

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This lavish ‘floating’ palace in Udaipur was originally built as a Winter palace for Maharana Jagat Singh III. Set on the small island of Jag Niwas, it is now a luxury hotel and was recently voted ‘the most romantic hotel in the world.’ Keeping it’s luxurious Palace décor in play, its guests include actress Nicole Kidman and Sir Mick Jaggar. It also grew in popularity after featuring in the 1983 James Bond movie ‘Octopussy’.

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With an architectural style inspired by the history of Udaipur, this arched Grand Presidential Suite is sure to make its guests feel like royalty. Jacquard printed fabrics and silky textures ensure that it remains true to the palaces heritage.

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This one is all about clashing jacquard prints. Opt for our damask table runner and jacquard floral pillow covers in orange and blue tones.

 

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The Grand Royal Suite takes a more modern approach to Indian Palace décor. The braised wood bed head and serenity-hued sofas have a modern air of elegance to them, which is beautifully woven into the more classic elements of the room. Carved stone elephants and golden guilded doors and mirrors allow the guest to step back into the time of the palaces Royal inhabitants.

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A golden embroidered bedding set is regal, yet timeless.

The exotic oriental pillow cover will pop perfectly from a neutral palette.

Which palace is your favorite?

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