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Another beautifully balanced room. I really like the idea of using the heather, sage and grey palette as this would remind us of our first holiday together in gorgeous Orkney.

Faux Fireplace #Tutorial - pretty easy project that adds romance and warmth to any space! #DIY

Yes - candles - mirror - A great idea for someone without a fireplace. Get an old free standing mantle or use the timplet I posted. Add a mirror to fit the size of the mantle opening and start stacking candles. ~ Just Beautiful ~

244 Followers, 342 Following, 587 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Bex Jones (@bexxjoness)

244 Followers, 342 Following, 587 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Bex Jones (@bexxjoness)

stacked books, flowers and ases on the hearth of a fireplace

Inside the bohemian home of Samantha Wills

Love the eclectic mix of leaned art paired with the white rose arrangements, and stack of coffee table tomes on the hearth.

511 Likes, 12 Comments - Laura Cockshott (@bylaurajane) on Instagram: “So lovely to receive such fabulous feedback regarding my footstools. One very happy lady with her…”

So lovely to receive such fabulous feedback regarding my footstools. One very happy lady with her small footstool in Abraham moon multispot fabric. It looks absolutely perfect in your gorgeous room Hannah thank you for sharing lovely and you're so

Woodburning Multi-fuel Stove and Gas Fire installation HETAS REGISTERED

Woodburning Multi-fuel Stove and Gas Fire installation HETAS REGISTERED

Solid English Oak Beams Floating Shelf Mantle Piece Fire Place Surround in Home, Furniture & DIY, Furniture, Bookcases, Shelving & Storage

Love.this.so.much.

French Style Furniture - Farmhouse Decor Totten Bourgeois This one is beautiful! I have to have this for our master bedroom!

Deep colours are bang on-trend but need contrast to shine. If you have a black fireplace, try pairing it with reflective textures, such as glowing bronze metallics and warm copper, and some jewel tones with flowers. Add a few different floral displays, too.

Gothic interior Deep colours are bang on-trend but need contrast to shine. If you have a black fireplace, try pairing it with reflective textures, such as glowing bronze metallic and warm copper, and some jewel tones.

Kate Watson-Smyth runs the interiors blog Mad About the House, which she set up in 2012. A journalist who has written for most of the UK national press, sh

Going to the Dark Side with Mad About the House in London

The sitting room was the first to go to the dark side in Kate Watson-Smyth's London home. Originally painted Wimbourne White, she changed the walls to Downpipe and never looked back. Tour the rest of her moody London home on Remodelista

first project Mark and I made for the shop - a custom fireplace, finished with Vermont Slate and gilding

first project Mark and I made for the shop - a custom fireplace, finished with Vermont Slate and gilding. (Luv this black fireplace)

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