Rooms: enchanting boudoir Homegirl London May 23, 2013 Rooms Create an enchanting boudoir and bedroom decor 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 Link Bedknobs Brass Bed Heal’s Link For bedroom accessories choose 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. Butterfly Capiz 4 Tier Natural Pendant Shade Heal’s Link Vivien Glass Table Lamp With Shade Heal’s Link Ecru with Multi Folk Rug Amara Link Designers Guild Sicilia Pebble Cushion Heal’s Link Necklace Stand Not a Jewellery Box at Not on the High Street Link Classic Gold Swept Frame Mirror 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. Disclosure: This feature includes the following affiliate partners – Amara and Not on the High Street (if you click through from my website and purchase items from the affiliates I will earn a small commission).