I love colour. Which is a pretty silly statement as everyone in the viagra delivered overnight whole world loves colour, am I right? I imagine “I don’t like colour” doesn’t get uttered very often, ditto “god, isn’t black so uplifting?” or “I really love what you’ve done with the grey in this room”.
So yes, colour = good, 99% of the time.
I sometimes worry that I misjudge the colours in my home. As a summer person I find I am drawn to light colours – white plays a big part, as does mint green, light blues, pinks and http://westhampsteadlife.com/buy-viagra-online-usa yellows. I tend to shy away from the darker hues that invoke cosy and warm memories of winter; the fewer reminders I have about this season the better. But I wonder if this gives a more childlike, less sophisticated feel to my house. We’re all zig zag carpets and star print cushions… uni student vibes.
In 2015 the colour of the year is Marsala – a gorgeous shade of deep raspberry that’s having me re-think my living space. This isn’t burgundy – a colour that immediately makes me think of Christmas time – but is slightly lighter and more fun. It’s starting to make me consider my aversion to deep hues.
I’m a huge fan of changing the look of a room with small touches – cushions, rugs, carpets – which means a quick makeover can work out relatively inexpensively. Here’s my 2015 Marsala shopping list:
This Paris Red rug gives a hint of Marsala without being too overpowering. I love patterned rugs for giving a bit of levitra pfizer india interest and this one from Carpetright is perfect. It starts at £49.99.
Who doesn’t love a Roberts Radio? This one might have a vintage look but the look there colour will bring you bang up to date. From £160, BoConcept.
IKEA have totally mastered the art of the cushion cover and I love the pops of Marsala in the new DVÄRGPALM, £4.
If you really want to go all-out on your Marsala the Super Regent Twist carpet from Carpetright is a good way to go. £32.99 m2.
I can’t get enough of flowers in my living space and this engraved look vase would be perfect – £79 from BoConcept.
Will you be adding some Marsala to your home this year?