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Violet has always had strong connections to royalty and riches. Historically, it was once an expensive pigment to create, produced by the Romans from a type of sea snail. Reminiscent of rich ethnic fabrics and the robes of royalty, violet is the perfect colour to create a feeling of luxury in your home.

Violet is very versatile and can move from being strong and bold to feminine and understated.

For a soft effect try using subtle lilacs which are perfect for creating romantic bedrooms. Pale violets will open up any space so can be used as a delicate alternative to blue in bathrooms and small spaces.

Deep, rich plums will add drama to any room but work particularly well in dining rooms and living spaces as a bold feature.

Deep violets make great feature walls whether used behind bed heads, around fireplaces or in alcoves.

To balance their dramatic effect, combine with a soft neutral or cream. A perfect example would be using Mulberry Burst with soft Stone, a simple way to inject a burst of colour into your home.

Soft Stone

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Soft Stone

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Soft Stone

Mulberry Burst

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Mulberry Burst

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Mulberry Burst

Try adding a splash of energetic green like Forest Lake 3 or a vibrant teal like Velvet Touch 1 within your accessories to create an eye catching contrast.

Soft violets create a grown up feminine look. These subtle tones work perfectly by themselves or with chalky blues for a delicate layered effect. Why not try adding hints of the same colour or deeper tones within your cushions and throws to really bring the room together.

Mellow Heather 4

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Mellow Heather 4

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Mellow Heather 4

Heather Bloom 4

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Heather Bloom 4

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Heather Bloom 4

Blueberry White

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Blueberry White

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Blueberry White

We have added some sparkle to this dusty violet and soft blue combination with opulent silver accessories.

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Colour Selected: Crystal Grey

During this period great advances were being made in the creation of decorative glassware by companies such as Lalique and Baccarat. This type of colour imitated those greyed-off crystal tints that were found in glass.

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