Inspired by the colourways in Elle Decor’s ‘style trends to watch in 2019’, we have choreographed our new Spring Edit 2019 that really celebrates using blush tones with soft accents of antiqued brass, to create a warm welcoming feel in your home.

“Colours I see in for 2019 are blush, dusty pink and bronze. Warm colours and feminine tones for on the walls and dashes of soft pinks to break up expanses of taupe or neutrals will instantly update a tired room.” (Katharine Pooley of Katharine Pooley London)

When we were putting this collection together we absolutely fell for Farrow and Ball’s new for 2019 Sulking Room Pink. We loved this muted warm rose colour the minute we saw it and couldn’t wait to pair it with some of our soft grey textures and antiqued brass pieces. We hope you enjoy this Spring Edit from the Jim Lawrence team…


Blush pink is a delicate update for a space that you want to keep fairly neutral but are after an exciting refresh. Sulking Room Pink is a muted rose tone, with the right amount of warmth to make a room feel cosier, but light and powdery enough to compliment with similar tones and contrast with bright white. See how the Fluted Harleston Lamp with our Soft Grey Waterford Linen Cylinder Shade blends effortlessly into the space.


We always feel that Farrow and Ball’s hues look gorgeous with our products, but dusky pink and brass is absolutely a match made in heaven.  You may know that we create this traditional look by treating solid brass with an antiquing solution, which simply speeds up the natural tarnishing process. This vintage-inspired look is ideal for Sulking Room Pink, as it is evocative of the colours so often used in boudoirs. Paired, they conjure a romanticised intimate old-timely feel, perfect for bedrooms and living rooms that require a soft touch. We love the way the colour shifts with the light from pink to grey – beautifully reflected here in the glass Walcot Pendant.


Why contain trends to the indoors? We love putting emphasis on the exterior of your home, because as we always say…there really is no need to forsake style for function. We promise you can have it all! This is probably our favourite combination. The bulb of our Peacock Lantern looks like welcoming candlelight, and we think it would look beautiful on each side of a soft pink front or back door. You could complete the look with antiqued brass door furniture, creating a sought after but long-lasting external décor design you won’t tire of.


A finishing touch. Adding a cushion or two is an easy way to freshen up your existing colourway or as an accent in your new scheme. Why not try our subtle Lovat Herringbone in Granite, or go bold with our new Hunstanton Velvet Cushions in Teal? Greys, whites and teals are on our radar for this time of year, and each bring a complimentary colour pop to this dusky theme.

If you want to see our 2019 Spring Edit in person, you can visit our Suffolk Showroom Monday – Saturday and browse our full collection.

 


We would love to see how you interpret this new look! Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook @JimLawrenceMade and be sure to tag us in your delicious home updates using antiqued brass and pink. We are sure it’s a style that’s here to stay.

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