10 Home Decor Color Combinations That Are Actually Magic

The home decor color combinations that are more magical than all of the Harry Potter films put together.

Home decor is a little bit like a painting; a tiny fragment may look dull, but it is the combination of colors and textures that make something truly breathtaking.

These decor color combinations may be unexpected, but they make a stunning statement in any home.

Get ready to be inspired!

Teal & Blossom


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Deep and dusky teal look unexpectedly romantic with light blossom pink.

For a unique statement look, compliment a teal feature wall with light pink bedding and a light pink rug.

Alternatively, give a white-based room a new lease of life with a range of light pink and teal furniture and accessories.


From top left: Paisley embroidered pillow covers, Spring garden pillow cover, solid geometric pillow covers, Arabian velvet table runner

Navy & Walnut


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This kitchen is one of the most re-pinned decor photos ever and that’s undoubtedly due to this stunning navy and deep wood combination.

Navy kitchen cupboards pop whilst stunning marble surfaces make this kitchen sleek and on-trend.


From top left: hand embroidered table runner, shimmering spiral hand embroidered placemats, hand printed floral round tablecloth

Burnt Orange & Gray


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Burnished orange is a fantastic warming hue for Autumn and Winter. Steel gray is cool and contrasting and tones down this stereotypical Autumnal hue to make it suitable for the whole year.


Clockwise from top left: hand painted deluxe floral table runners, elegant dahlia pillow covers, exotic Oriental pillow covers

Navy & White


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Navy and white is the ultimate recipe for nautical chic! Add pops of print for a home decor color combination that will never go out of style.


From top left: hand embroidered duvet cover set, ornamental embroidered pillow cover, hand embroidered throw pillow cover

Orange & Light Turquoise


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Boho babes will adore this bright and beachy orange and light mint combination.

If decorating with prints, use neutrals such as gray and white to keep the room from looking too cluttered.


Clockwise from left: chic jacquard table runner, hand painted floral table cloth, floral embroidered pillow cover, vibrant throw pillow cover

Charcoal & Blush


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Deep charcoal walls are best reserved for the brave. However, if you want to take your room over to the dark side, add an angelic edge with blush bedding and accessories.


From top left: ornamental embroidered duvet cover set, Arabian velvet table runner, solid geometric pillow cover

Burgundy & Black


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Black and burgundy may seem like a color combination that only Dracula would embrace, but as the living room above shows, it can look surprisingly chic.

Add super feminine elements such as floral prints to ensure that it doesn’t look overly Gothic.


Clockwise from left: hand embroidered duvet cover set and damask style table runner

Kelly Green & Emerald


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Greenery is the shade of 2017, so mix up light greens and dark greens to create an on-trend and chic look.

Palm prints are another huge decor trend, so why not add them into the mix for a home that looks like a literal Pinterest board.


From left: jacquard floral table runner and elegant color block tablemats

Mustard & Brick


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Mustard is one of those colors that many people avoid embracing in their homes. Despite this, when styled right, it can really work!

These velvet mustard sofas look fantastic against boho-print orange and red accessories.


Clockwise from left: hawthorn leaf table runner, jacquard damask pillow cover, glamorous border table runner, velvet hand embroidered pillow cover

Burgundy & Steel Blue


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Steel blue and white is a true minimalists dream. Add cheeky pops of burgundy into the mix for something interesting and unique.


Clockwise from top left: damask style elegant table runner, hand embroidered brocade pillow cover, damask throw pillow covers

Which of these home decor color combinations is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below…

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7 Decor Ideas To Transition Your Home From Summer To Fall

With September just around the corner, you have probably already got your Summer to Fall wardrobe transition well underway. The printed scarves have been added to your everyday look and your jackets have been recovered from the depths of your closet.

But as you enter your home donning the latest knitwear, you seem to notice that the Summery decor isn’t exactly fitting in with the outdoor environment.

Put those Summery accessories away, it’s time to add Fall into your home decor. So how exactly do you add a quintessential Fall edge without your home looking like one giant pumpkin patch?

Transitional decor of course!

Today we share seven easy decor ideas that will transition your home from Summer to Fall…

1.Add Pops of Fall Color


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Update your home’s crisp Summer palette with cleverly placed pops of Fall color.

Shades such as ochre, burnt orange, burgundy and berry will instantly take your home from Summer to Fall.

As Fall becomes cooler, continue adding accessories in Fall hues for a cozy and seasonal vibe. The best thing about this technique is that the accessories can be easily changed out between seasons.

Accessories including pillow covers, throws, rugs and table runners are all wonderful ways to transition your home from Summer to Fall.

Our Fall Color Picks

SilverBlack & White

Damask style table runner, hawthorn leaf table runner, floral embroidered pillow cover

2. Embrace Knitted textures


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Summer to Fall transitional home decor is more similar to our wardrobes than we may think. Exhibit A: the chunky knit. A knitted throw here and a chunky wool pillow cover there may be all it takes to escape the upcoming cold!

3. Plaid Is The Way

Plaid is huge in both fashion and home decor for Fall 2017. Luckily, it is also a great way to get our homes out of the Summer season and planted firmly in Fall territory.

Add the air of a Fall picnic to your kitchen with a plaid table cloth or table runner.

Alternatively, a plaid bedspread, pillow covers, or blanket is a great way to snuggle up Fall-style in the bedroom.

Our Plaid Picks


Modern squares rectangular tablecloth, modern blocks accent pillow cover

4. Put A Leaf On It


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Leaves are to Fall as snow is to Winter. In other words, add a few leaves into your home decor for an easy and quick transition to Fall.

But before you go ahead and scatter real dead leaves onto your table, we’ll let you know that there is a far classier route to take. Simply add leaf-printed accessories and your home will instantly be taken from Summer to Fall.

Printed pillow covers, table cloths and even wall art are great ways to add some leafy goodness into your home.

Leafs We Love

Embroidered leaf placemats, jacquard floral pillow covers, hawthorn leaf table runner

5. Add Woodland Nature


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Whilst you are adding leaf prints to your home, why not throw a fox or two in there too? There’s something so typically Fall about woodland nature prints and we are obsessing over cute fox, hare and owl prints.

6. Add Natural Elements


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Wicker, raw wood and straw are all fantastic fabrics to welcome in the season of the harvest!

Choose wicker baskets over conventional storage, add a wooden centerpiece and, if you really want to get into the Fall spirit, make a wreath!

Nice Natural Textures

Shimmering spiral hand embroidered placemats

7. Swap Silver For Gold


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Whereas silver brings about images of warm Moroccan markets, gold is all about bonfires and falling leaves.

Take your home from Summer to Fall by simply swapping silver decor accessories for gold.

Good As Gold

SilverCoffee BrownOrange

Exotic Oriental table runner, hand embroidered table placemat set, paisley embroidered pillow cover

Can’t wait to transform your home for Fall? Here are our top tips:

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10 Stunning Ways To Style Red Home Decor

Red is one color that is known for making a statement. Despite the beauty and drama of this hue, many homeowners steer clear of red home decor, due to its overpowering nature.

However, when styled well, red can be a beautiful and uplifting statement to any home.

Here are 10 stunning ways to style red home decor in your home…


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This is a fantastic example of how red home decor pieces can completely warm up a room.

The white walls and leather sofa have been given a modern, luxurious edge with detailed pillow covers, an embellished mirror and vases.

When styling red decor with dark leather, add some white or light pieces too to ensure it isn’t too dark.


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We are all for a styling with color clashes and this printed blue and red contrast is undeniably stunning.

A piece of red furniture will make a great color pop against a printed wallpaper. However, it’s important to add solid white or neutral pieces to tone down the decor and keep it classy.


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This minimalist bedroom has been given a sleek, bohemian edge with the addition of a red rug.

A statement red decor piece, such as a rug, or large throw, is a wonderful way to try out red decor in your home. Alternatively, dot smaller pieces, such as vases and photo frames around the room.


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Once again, a red rug takes a Scandinavia-style bedroom and totally warms it up.

Mix red pillow covers in with gray and neutral ones to add even more red.


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Once upon a time a red sofa would have made us cringe to our core. However, this perfectly styled red piece shows that it’s all about how you place your pieces.

The sofa seriously pops from the monochrome hallway and is toned down and given a retro edge with printed monochrome cushions.


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A red splashback stops this shiny white kitchen from looking overly clinical. Live greenery provides a further contrast and ensures that this stunning kitchen is home-y and comfortable.


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Much in contrast to the clinical white kitchen is this adorable farmhouse kitsch set-up.

A checkerboard print floor looks incredible against white cupboards and painted red walls. Pops of retro red prints throughout the kitchen are the perfect addition.


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Although this kitchen is choc-o-bloc full of color, it’s the red that really stands out.

A red printed splash-back and red cupboards may be too much for the faint hearted, but it works well in this colorful, bohemian kitchen.


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This is the definition of ‘cozy red’! With Fall just around the corner, add red additions to your bed to warm things up.

Red, brown, beige and black work wonderfully together in this bohemian, Western-style bedroom. Alternatively, this palette is a fantastic option for Fall too.


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Plaid, chunky knits and brick red make us feel like we have been transported to a snug ski lodge.

Orange-toned reds look great in Fall or Winter palettes. On the other hand, scarlet and crimson are great for warming up your home decor for the cooler months.

Our Red Decor Picks

Red Table Runners


Red Pillow Covers


Red Place Mats


Red Tablelcoths


Red Bedding Sets


Looking to add color to your home? Here’s how to add pops of color to your home decor.

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How To Do Statement Wallpaper The Right Way

Statement wallpaper is back! But before you go ahead and pop all sorts of retro prints on every single wall of your abode, listen up. Statement wallpaper needs to be approached with caution.

If styled the wrong way, statement wallpaper can make your home appear cluttered, uncohesive and more dated than the back of your Nan’s attic.

However, when styled with class, statement wallpaper can add a fun, unique and uplifting edge to your home.

Here’s our guide on how to do statement wallpaper the right way…

Contrast With White


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Very vibrant wallpapers are the most fun, as this stunning palm print shows. Surprisingly, they are also the easiest to style.

When plastering your walls with a very brash print, keep everything else simple.

This tropical themed bedroom is a prime example of how to nail printed wallpaper. The white bedding and wooden table are simple, uncluttered and plain. The low-lying bed also ensures that the harsh print doesn’t make the room look too swamped.

However, all-plain, all-white everything is about as fun as a trip to the dentists. Keep it playful by adding fun accents in colors that appear in the wallpaper. This toucan cushion compliments the wallpaper and overall theme of the bedroom perfectly.

Enhance Less Occurring Colors


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Print clashing with statement wallpaper can be trickier than parking a car in a blindfold. The general rule of thumb is: find a color that is less occurring in the print and enhance it with a simple print.

This geometric bench highlights the pink of the flamingos in the wallpaper perfectly.

Get The Look


Do a fancy clash with a simple print. The jacquard paisley table runner is a simple print to enhance underlying tones in any printed wallpaper.

Go For Monochrome


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When in doubt, go for monochrome! The absence of color in black and white decor is a sure-fire way to avoid any unsightly clashes.

Keep the furniture in block black or white sections to ensure that the wallpaper really stands out.

We adore the combination of the retro printed wallpaper and modern matte black vanity in this bathroom.

The rounded mirror also enhances the stunning print.

Get The Look

Compliment monochrome statement wallpaper with white or black accessories.


Solid geometric pillow covers and hand embroidered table runner

Create Layers


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In theory, floral wallpaper, a blue sofa and printed pillow covers sounds far too much. However, as this photo proves, it’s all about how you style it.

To add interest to statement wallpaper without overpowering it, think of your living room as having layers. If you wish to add other detailed items such as multiple colors or prints, ensure that there is a block color in-between.

This living room cleverly layers a blue sofa in front of the floral wall, then adds extra color and pattern through printed pillow covers.

Get The Look

Pink, brown and yellow pillow covers really enhance this blue sofa.

YellowCoffee Brown

Damask throw pillow cover, hand embroidered throw pillow cover, hand painted deluxe accent pillow cover

Try Bohemian Vibes


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If you love statement wallpaper and prints and patterns in all their glory, boho decor may be your home’s calling!

The best aspect of bohemian decor is that you can mix and match as many prints as your heart desires. However, it pays to have a method to the madness.

Notice how the floor of this living room is mainly orange toned, whereas the walls and sofa are gree-blue toned? This color chunking technique ensures that the room doesn’t look too crowded or messy.

The orange printed pillow covers ensure that the hues of the floor are complimented at eye level.

Get The Look

Orange, turquoise and brown hues seamlessly blend the statement colors of this living room.

GoldOcean BlueSilver

Vibrant floral throw pillow cover, floral embroidered pillow cover, exotic oriental pillow cover

Combine Scandi Prints With Pops Of Color


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Monochrome Scandinavian prints are some of the easiest to embrace in your home!

Add vibrant pops of colorful furniture to make the room truly come alive. Keep the rest neutral and the result will be stunning!

Combine Retro Prints & Soft Hues


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With retro floral prints comes images of country cottages, shabby chic and all things vintage.

Embrace these quintessential elements by pairing retro floral wallpaper with soft and demure tones and textures.

As the stunning bedroom above proves, the colors don’t necessarily have to appear in the print itself. However, keep your base tones beige and it will look effortlessly vintage chic.

Get The Look

Demure baby blue and beige will compliment country floral statement wallpaper beautifully.


Hand painted duvet cover set, paisley embroidered pillow cover

Embrace Opulence


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Nothing was ever too much for Marie Antoinette! Embrace regal opulence and team statement wallpaper with lavish and luxurious details.

Chandeliers, embroidery, draping and 3d florals will add to the opulence of any printed wallpaper in a demure palette.

Get The Look

Compliment the hues of your wallpaper with lavish embroidered details.

Hand embroidered duvet cover set, velvet sparkle throw pillow cover

After more print-spiration? Check out these rooms that are decked out in on-trend palm print decor.


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Dreamy Boho Kitchens You Have To See To Believe

Looking to add a little boho to your home decor? Boho kitchens are a wonderful way to give your home a laid-back, gypsy edge. As a matter of fact, Pinterest is bulging with dreamy, boho kitchens that come with the unspoken promise to make cooking more stylish!

From stunning hanging herbs, to gorgeous Aztec prints, here are the boho kitchens that you really have to see to believe.

We promise they really do exist!

Greenery & Copper


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Ever since Pantone named greenery and kale as some of the hottest colors for 2017, we knew that green was going to be a huge hit on the kitchen scene!

Bringing about visions of leafy salads and smoothies, green is the perfect choice for any kitchen. And when rose gold is added into the equation, the result is truly mesmerizing!

Simple, copper accessories make a wonderful contrast to deep greens. Best of all, pieces such as cooking spoons are relatively cheap. Vases, candle holders and salt and pepper shakers make wonderful additions too.

This dreamy, green kitchen adds a further green element through an abundance of live greenery. Wooden shelves keep it looking natural and bring an appetizing air of the outdoors in.

Moroccan Inspired


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Raise your hand if you are well and truly bored of plain black or white splash backs? **Raises hand** Thought so! Statement splash-backs are a fantastic way to take a plain kitchen to the next level. This Moroccan-style print really gives this neutral kitchen a bohemian edge.

The wooden shelves and worktop really work with the print too. Add basil, thyme and other herbs to one side of your worktop for a decor accent that is edible!

Get The Look

Printed tiles can be expensive. Luckily, this isn’t the only way that you can inject a Moroccan edge into your home. A boho printed table runner, or boho placemats, can instantly transform a worktop. Which, in turn, transforms your kitchen!

Above: Exotic oriental table runner and saree border placemats

Gypsy Dining


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There’s something so raw and natural about this boho dining set-up, that it almost makes us feel like it’s outside. The rustic wooden dining table is beautifully complimented by the stripe table runner. The cacti centerpiece really makes it modern and Aztec.

However, perhaps the most distinctly stunning aspect of this dining area is the wall art. The Aztec-print wall hang and hanging succulent cleverly separate the dining area from the rest of the open plan home.

Get The Look

Invest in some gypsy-style fabrics and adorn the dining table and wall to create a boho dining area.

Coffee Brown

Arabian velvet table runner

Rustic Western

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We wouldn’t be surprised if this house was in the wild west! Classic ‘cowboy style’ prints and rustic, metal bar stools look straight out of the saloon. Hanging plants and flowers add a distinctly feminine vibe to stop it looking too ‘Clint Eastwood’.

That hanging light fixture is actually genius. We adore the way it floats so perfectly above that breakfast bar. Where can we find a handyman to make us one?

Get The Look

Opt for a table cloth or runner with a Western-style boho print and drape over one side of your breakfast bar. If you’re not lucky enough to have a distinct bar, simply throw over your dining table.

Black & White

Above: Hawthorn leaf table runner and ornamental embroidered table cloth.

Hanging Gardens


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No matter what kind off state your kitchen is in, it can easily be uplifted with hanging leaves or faux leaves. To add to the boho vibes, hang quirky plates on your walls too. There really are no rules when it comes to boho kitchens!

Boho Accents


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Sometimes less is more and this minimalist-style home certainly proves this! The clean, white fixtures and wooden floor are beautifully uplifted by this statement, boho rug. This alone transforms the room and makes it feel homely rather than clinical.

Cute pendant lights and wooden accessories add to this bohemian vibe, without making it too overcrowded.

Get The Look

We are all about mixing it up, so why not try using a bohemian print table runner as a rug?

Glamorous border table runner

Which of these boho kitchens will you be dreaming of?

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