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Hope you had a great Easter break!
As you may have seen, The new Rapee Winter range has recently been released into stores, and to celebrate we would like to run a competition to see what story you like best!
Below are the 3 stories that make up the range, Chelsea, Arthouse & Terroir (from left to right)
In 25 words or less we would love to know which one of these interior themes is your favourite and why.
Perhaps you are a fan of soft, cool greens for winter, or perhaps you prefer to brighten up your home with some eclectic patterns & eye-catching colours... Whatever your style please let us know and you could win a prize pack of 3 products from your favourite range (please see below)
To enter, please 'comment' your answer on this blog post.
We will post our winner after entries close on May 1st 2013.
More images from the range are available on our website
We look forward to hearing from you!
The team at Rapee
Create a light, soft and calming living area with chic Parisian style...
Decorating a home with themes inspired by the outdoor brings a sense of calm & creates a soothing atmosphere.
Botanical prints, wooden floorboards and plants both fake and real have always been a popular item to use when decorating the home and this Winter the trend is back again. This time specifically focusing on soft greens and browns, moody blues and tones of white.
You can bring the outdoor in by simply bringing more plantlife into the home or adding a few green soft furnishing items to the lounge room.
See below some inspiring images to get you thinking au natural!
Whether you use them as a traditional french mug for coffee, a sauce pot, or just as a small bowl these Cafe Au Lait bowls are a super cute addition to your kitchen cupboards! You can find them in most homeware stores, online and on etsy in all sorts of colours and patterns...
A look that's in trend both Summer & Winter, a perfect mixture of bright & cosy, is the artisan textile theme.
Get this versatile look using pops of bright tones mixed with neutral colours, ensuring you use some items with natural fibres to get the authentic look. Clashing prints & textures work well within this interior theme.
See below products from the Rapee 'Artisan' range, and an inspirational image from Houzz.com
A rich, sleek and sophisticated combination , black with gold accents must be treated with care...a little too much gold and you could be heading into Liberace land! Tone it down with white elements, timber and personal treasures.
So many lovely items on this board of Valentines treats...I would be happy with any one of them!
Wishing you lots of love & laughter this Valentines day! xx
A story in our Summer 2013 range, Coco, uses abstract motifs, geometric patterns and metallics to create the perfect look for an urban interior.
Within the range there are a number of metallic printed cushions. These are great to use as a statement item for the lounge or bedroom and go back best with darker shades such as black and grey.
Whether it's cushions, chairs, candles, a hint of metallic is not unusual in many contemporary styled homes and can add an edge to your interior.
We are starting up a new section of the blog which we hope to do one friday of every month called things we love!
We will share unique or pretty things we have seen, or personally love in relation to the home, craft, design and general lifestyle topics.
This month I thought I would share with you some colourful decor inspiration as seen on casasugar.com. I am a fan of having small pops of colour in my home to match a neutral setting, and this article gives some fun ideas and inspiration on how you too can incorporate colour into your interior without going over the top...Using minimal, unique and edgy colourful accesories give this styling idea a boost!