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Cap­ture the beauty of a wood­land’s turn­ing leaves by us­ing the rich, earthy tones of red, amber and burnt or­ange

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Cap­ture the beauty of a wood­land’s turn­ing leaves by us­ing the rich, earthy tones of red, amber and burnt or­ange

RICH PICK­INGS

Op­po­site A rus­set wall colour used to dado-height, with a pale neu­tral above, up­dates a clas­sic idea. It still has enough in­ten­sity to add warmth and depth to a room, which is en­hanced when paired with com­fort­ing tones of brown and red and a mix of tex­tures, from a jute rug and weathered wood ta­ble to ap­pliquéd cush­ions, which re­flect ma­te­ri­als or pat­terns from the nat­u­ral world.

INTO THE WOODS

Above Bring the out­doors in with this beau­ti­ful wide-width beech wall­pa­per. The gen­tle colour­ings and scale of the print means it works well in small ar­eas, while the ver­ti­cal na­ture of the trees will ex­tend the height of a room. Keep wood­work in neu­tral tones so as not to dis­tract from the pa­per.

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