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Winter Has Never Looked This Good

With winter on the way, there are long dark nights and frosty mornings ahead. The grey skies outside might not look too appealing, but you'll be surprised how much warmth and light winter grey can create indoors.

Hampstead 2 Seater Sofa

Bring a little opulence to your living room with this grey sofa that will comfortably seat two. Its low back and sides make it a relaxed choice, with plump seat cushions and scatter cushions that you can move to suit your mood. The silvery coloured upholstery on this grey couch has a tactile texture and gives off a soft sheen that will brighten any interior. .

MiBed Evelyn Double Bedstead

Fancy turning your bedroom into a den of sophistication? This grey double bed is upholstered in soft, plush fabric that is both great to touch and attractive to look at. The scrolled ends and high headboard will make it your room’s focal point, and the soft silvery grey colour will complement any room decor.

Whisper Rug

If you simply want to add a touch of grey, then opt for this grey rug. Whether you lay it over carpet, laminate or hardwood flooring, it will help to bring your room together and lift the other colours around it. Whilst this rectangular rug looks delicate and feels wonderfully soft against your bare feet, it is also strong and hardwearing.

Carved Louis Silver Mirror

Add a little vintage grandeur for your living room, dining room or hallway with some silver home accessories, such as this striking mirror with its intricately designed frame in an unusual silver/cream leaf design.

Place it opposite a window to reflect the light, and you'll brighten up even the greyest winter day.


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