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Interiors Trend: Dark Colours

When it comes to interiors, though dark colours may seem daunting, stepping away from pale shades doesn’t mean your space needs to look dark and gloomy. Deep, rich hues, like inky blues, charcoal greys and smoky blacks, will add an instant hit of luxe sophistication to any space. So, whether you’re after cosy and intimate or grand and sprawling, here’s how to experiment with the sultriest shades of the season…

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Citrine - Citrine is a variety of quartz whose color ranges from a pale yellow to brown. Natural citrines are rare; most commercial citrines are heat-treated amethyst. Citrine contains traces of Fe3+ and is rarely found naturally. The name is derived from Latin citrina which means "yellow"

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Victorian terrace house in London

The spare bedroom is up in the eaves, but pale colours keep it looking airy. Having the guest room upstairs means that the owners and their guests have their own space and a feeling of privacy, plus it has its own en suite - an added bonus that will ease demand on the main bathroom. Blue-grey fabrics add interest, while being subtle enough to appeal to any taste. Similar bed, The White Company, Similar chest of drawers, Rose & Grey.

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Designer Rachel Entwistle explores magic & mysticism for her 'Alchemical' collection, Spring/Summer 2014.

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A Whiter Shade of Pale

Amber McNaught: fashion, beauty and blogging advice from the United Kingdom | Floral Romance Lace Midi ~

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