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Small Additions

Three quirky ways to introduce colour into your home


 

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Even though hallways are the first thing to welcome visitors, they're often forgotten about when it comes to colour.

Not anymore!

Employ a striking two-tone effect across your wall and even your cloakroom door to really make an entrance with wow-factor. 

A gentle shade such as Vanilla SUndae is warm and welcoming, yet still creates an impact when teamed with this geometric effect. 

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Open-plan living spaces come with many plus-points but knowing hoe to decorate them isn't always easy.

This is where our clever polka dots come in. This confetti-effect gently leads the eye across the wall to define and 'zone' the dining area by creating a focal point.

Use cheerful pastel shades to add a splash of colour at the same time. It's really easy to do - just order a few testers of your favourite shades and off you go.

Spot on!

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Perk up your shelf life with a bit of colour blocking and paint mini shelves to match colourful shapes on the wall. 

It's a great way to frame the things that you really love, from family photos to holiday souvenirs. Plus, it works well in every room in the house, no matter how big or small.

Get creative with your outlines and go as freehand as you like - or use a ruler if you prefer. 

Coordinate your new shelves with your favourite belongings in the same colour family for even more of an impact. 

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