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Soft Touch


by IMAGE
04th Mar 2014
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1. Bloomingville Simone ceramic bowl, around €10, Flitty Bird

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The pastel trend prevails this season, but this time it’s had a makeunder. Gone are saccharine pinks and in are soft, muted, barely there shades. Click above to browse the home buys rocketing to the top of the Image Interiors & Living‘s team’s wishlist.

1. Bloomingville Simone ceramic bowl, around €10, Flitty Bird

2. Block table on wheels, €220, Normann Copenhagen

3. Muuto E27-socket pendant lamp, €59, Connox

4. Fermliving spear cushion, €54, Wovenmetlef

5. Nude linen duvet cover, €287.80, Bodie and Fou

6. Small green lily vase, €16, Designist

7. Pastel teapot, around €30, Idyll Home

8. Inga pendant light, around €67, Cox & Cox

9. Book clock, €29.95, Harvey Norman

10. Geo vacuum jug in white, €66.50, Norman Copenhagen

11. Woven symmetry bath towel, from €8, Anthropologie

12. Pastel vase set, €27.95, Wovenmetlef

13. Aged metal stool, around €58, Drift Living

14. Geo cushion in pastel, around €48, Let it Reign

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