Last week I shared my first winter inspiration board of the season, filled with shades of warm greys and flickering with the golden glow of cosy candlelight this is one of my favourite winter wedding looks. Photographer Natasha Hurley and her team took the inspiration one step further, and created a stunning styled shoot based with wintery shades and a hint of faded glamour. A Vera Wang dress, sheer veil (sigh), calligraphy and antique details paired with relaxed yet totally elegant ...
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Interior designers often come to us looking for warming accessories, to add interest to a scheme. Neutral colours are versatile, but it's important to incorporate high quality fabrics and plenty of texture and embellishment to achieve an inviting ambience. Our linen Moulin cushions, pictured, are hand-finished with silk embroidery, which has a subtly reflective quality that interacts beautifully with candlelight, enhancing the cosy glow.
£22.50- Polka Tea Light Holders. Soft, flickering candlelight creates a warm illuminating glow and adds a cosy atmosphere whatever the time of year. This set of Polka glass tea light holders by LSA includes four vintage-inspired pastel colours, each one carefully hand painted with a delicate metallic lustre. #candle #pastel
Get The Look - Candlelit Dining. Get comfy for an evening of entertaining with friends; bring them in from the cold for a cosy candlelit supper. Hand painted candles, candlepots and tealight holders will make the room look pretty whilst adding that all important warming glow. Add lots of comfy cushions to your seating for a real cosy feel.
This dining room has a wonderfully festive mood thanks to the glow of candlelight. If you have pared-back, grey rooms, why not bring in colour with a stack of colourful presents? You can even just wrap boxes if you want the installation to last past the Big Day itself. Tree optional - in small spaces, it can take up too much space. Image: Livingetc