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Décor Tip #1: Bring in Black Accents

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Edward was inspired by a dramatic and moody palette of emerald green, deep cabernet, muted burgundy and black. A space like this can be attractively complemented for the holidays using black elements like a matte black teapot, blackened wood charcuterie board or black salad bowl. Darker coloured features and accessories are a key trend this season, and can be seen throughout the Edward space, including the matte black faucet in the kitchen.

 

Décor Tip #2: Mix Jewel Tones with Neutral Deep Colours

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Mix these jewel tones with neutrals like warm greys, deep plum, or bottle green for a fresh take on the holiday palette. For instance, add a cluster of ceramics in your space and fill with deep coloured flowers and eucalyptus branches.

Botanicals always bring a space to life. Especially living in Canada, where we tend to stay indoors more during this part of the year, the use of botanicals is a great way to bring nature and colour into your interior space during the season.

Carry the botanical element through to your centre piece of your holiday entertaining – the dining table. Add accent pieces to your table setting like bottle green. The bottle green will pair brilliantly with deep plum or deep cabernet floral arrangements and metallic accents in cutlery or feature lights.

 

Décor Tip #3: Include Metallics and Decorative Glass

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Create a bar area that hosts decorative glass items and brass accents. Use Edward’s display as inspiration for a dropdown walnut cocktail bar with inlaid leather as an unexpected textural detail that hosts the glass and brass items well.

 

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