Rooms: enchanting boudoir

Create an enchanting boudoir by adorning your walls with the aptly named Enchantment Wallpaper which comes in dreamy shades – Duck Egg, Buttermilk and Cream Shimmer plus Silver – £44 per roll from the Graham and Brown Spell Bound Collection.  For a romantic bed choose a traditional piece like Bedknobs which is made from hand spun solid antique brass and comes in sizes ranging from single right up to Super King – £2495-3495 from Heal’s.  Article continues …

Enchantment Wallpaper Graham and Brown

Enchantment Wallpaper, £44 per roll
Graham and Brown Link


Bedknobs Brass Bed, ££2495-3495
Heal’s Link

Accessorise with a few key pieces like the beautiful Butterfly Capiz 4 Tier Natural Pendant Shade featuring a contemporary cascade of natural capiz butterfly shells which gently catch the reflection of the light – £70 from Heal’s.  For bedside lighting try the Vivien Glass Table Lamp with a glorious gold base, chrome plinth and taupe faux silk shade – £160 from Heal’s.  Cover your floor with the Folk Rug which is made from 100% wool.  It features a motif inspired by Easter European florals and is made in Kashmir using traditional hand embroidery – £220 from Amara.  Add some cushions, this luxurious textural Sicilia Pebble Cushion is soft to touch and made by Designers Guild – £45 from Heal’s.  Display your jewellery on this Necklace Stand which comes in Brass or Silver and in 2 sizes – £25-28 from Not a Jewellery Box at Not on the High Street.  Admire yourself in the Classic Gold Swept Frame Mirror – £79.99 from Made 2 Measure Mirrors at Not on the High Street.

 Enchanting Bedroom by Homegirl London

Butterfly Capiz 4 Tier Natural Pendant Shade, £70
Heal’s Link

Vivien Glass Table Lamp With Shade, £160
Heal’s Link

Ecru with Multi Folk Rug, £220
Amara Link

Designers Guild Sicilia Pebble Cushion for Heal’s, £45
Heal’s Link

Necklace Stand, £25-28
Not a Jewellery Box at Not on the High Street Link

Classic Gold Swept Frame Mirror, £79.99
Made 2 Measure Mirrors at Not on the High Street Link

Credits: text by Homegirl London, images courtesy of Heal’s Amara and Not on the High Street.