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home: nice price [ table lamp ]

We love navy and we love metallic detail so this great priced Hester table lamp from Dunelm is perfect.

An affordable way to bring new lighting into the home at just £22.

home: trend [ navy ] 

home: trend [ navy ] 

As much as we are currently loving greys in interiors; shades of navy (inks, twilights, midnight and denim tones) are having a huge surge in popularity due to how flexible they are to introduce to an interior. With many complimentary and high light colours that can be used, navy works so well in different strengths depending on how bold the look you wish to go for. 

We love fully embracing the dark side and including all wood work and ceilings, when painting, to create a dramatic strong look. However, navy can work equally well as a feature wall with bright white wood work and lots of complimentary colours in the soft furnishings and accessories. 

Across stores, navy is coming through strong in luxurious fabrics like velvet, suede and silk for soft furnishings and it’s a opulent colour for sofas, armchairs and curtains. 

As a colour it can sit with jewel tones (on trend colours including jade, teal, plum and magenta), works well with ever-popular metallics (copper, bronze and gold) and can compliment orange, blush pink and forest green. 

1 Love Seat Arm Chair / £325 George at Asda 

2 Midnight Blue Paint / from £13 Homebase 

3 Kitsch Chairs / £79 (pair) Made 

4 Drawing Room Blue Paint / £43.50 Farrow + Ball 

5 Cushion / £14 Red Bubble 

6 Cavendish Cushion / £50 John Lewis 

7 Conner Sofa / £799 Made 

8 Binx Vase / £50 Habitat 

9 Zen Rug / £29.99 Wayfair