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Something in the Water


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A multi-coloured print is an excellent point of departure for choosing the accessories that surround it. Whether it’s a funky flower cushion or a quirky graphic one, as long as the colours reflect the print it’s a match.

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Think about combining your watercolour artwork with prints and objects in similar shades, like this rug from the Australian brand Urban Road, designed by interior stylist Emma Blomfield of Nest Designs.

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It’s almost to pretty to use, this wonderful crockery from Suite One Studio. But why not eat from it and display part of it in your house? The bowls will look lovely next to a watercolour print.


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Offset a diaphanous image, like this brightly coloured statement piece by Stina Persson, with a strong black frame. The print teams up perfectly with the empty golden frame and pretty earthenware.

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Make the most of a rainy day by doing a bit of DIY, like creating your own watercolour napkins. See how it’s done at the inspiring blog almostmakesperfect.com

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Your favourite animal will look absolutely fab in watercolour. Brighten up an office by placing it above your desk. We love the inventive way the flamingo print is suspended.


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If you truly love watercolours, why not you treat yourself to an all-over watercolour wall painting? They make any room look like something out of a fairy tale.


Wall hangings are the fastest, easiest way to create a statement wall. Like this one, made by Copenhagen based artist Nynne Rosenvinge. The cool colours make for a great match with the pink accessories.

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