5 Ways to Show Your Home Some Love this Valentine’s day

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Get into the spirit of Valentine’s Day with these 5 ways to show your home some love…


1. A lick of Paint

Sometimes all a room needs for a new lease of life is a lick of paint. Give your cloakroom the WOW factor with a bold and beautiful colour change, or add some warmth to a kitchen and swap white walls for something colourful. We love @silver_clearing cloakroom transformation using our 012 Reservoir paint colour and Floresta Mallard Blue wallpaper.


Images @maxs_manor

2. Add texture and warmth with soft furnishings

There's nothing that makes a room more cosy than layering up the soft furnishings. We love how @maxs_manor has used our linen fabric on the window pelmets; Ava Marika Electric Linen in the living room and Ava Marika Teal/Orange Linen in the bedroom.

@em.gurner @kandhdesignltd

Images @em.gurner (L) and @kandhdesignltd (R)

3. Set the mood

Setting the right mood in your home is key. Reflect your own style and personality by using wall coverings like wallpapers, borders and murals. A pattern-tastic wallpaper can inject some fun onto your walls, whilst a nature-inspired mural can bring a sense of calm to a room.

@ahometomakeyousmile @fionadukeinteriors

Images @ahometomakeyousmile (L) and @fionadukeinteriors (R)

4.  Bring flowers

Whether it's large scale blooms or intricate florals; nothing says I Love You more than flowers.

Lush Green/Pink Velvet

Images featuring Woodchip & Magnolia Lush Green/Pink Velvet

5. Mood lighting

It's so important to consider lighting in your home when renovating or decorating. It can really change the feel of a space and it's also another way to add pattern and colour. Using fabric shades on floor lamps and pendants not only disperses the light in a lovely and soft way, but also adds warmth, colour and texture.


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  • Alistair Young

    Love the mood lighting wallpaper

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