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Pink is still a star player on the in­te­ri­ors scene, and right now soft blush is in the spot­light. The hue com­ple­ments nat­u­ral ma­te­ri­als like stone or wood, or go for an on-trend look by pair­ing this pink with metal­lic shades like cop­per. Ad­ding a hint of the sub­tle pink shade can also work won­ders for bring­ing warmth to a neu­tral space. You don’t have to go all out to get the ef­fect – a few can­is­ters, cush­ions, can­dle

hold­ers or ac­ces­sories are all you need for a fuss-free spot of colour.

You can never have too many can­dles, es­pe­cially when it comes to the de­li­cious new lim­ited

edi­tion range from Ecoya. The lat­est in the

sweet smelling line-up in­cludes straw­berry and

black­berry leaf, and cit­rus and white mag­no­lia. Each fra­grance is avail­able as can­dles

and dif­fusers.

GET COMFY There’s noth­ing bet­ter than wrap­ping up in a cosy throw in win­ter, and these chunky knits from Heart from Hazel get top marks for their com­fort fac­tor. Each piece is

knit­ted with gi­ant nee­dles by Hazel her­self, who calls her cre­ations

‘couch candy.’

Heart­from­hazel.co.nz

FUME / CON­CRETE COASTER SET,

$39, SU­PERETTE. CHAR­LOTTE OT­TOMAN,

$899, FREE­DOM.

DESERT BLUSH FRAMED PRINT, $300, SHUT THE

FRONT DOOR.

ROUND CUSH­ION,

$60, SHUT THE FRONT DOOR.

ROSETTA VASE,

$28,

FREE­DOM.

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