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  • Amanda Shields


Updated: Mar 10, 2020


If any of you know anything about make-up, then you may be familiar with Urban Decay's famous Naked eyeshadow palette. A beautiful collection of nudes celebrating all skin colours with a selection of muted clay pinks to match all the undertones. I have to admit this month's mood board may be taking inspiration from the world of eyeshadow, and why not, they alway say that home decor trends trickle down from fashion. Although I'm loving how all these moody nudes work together, the colour tones that are really forging the way here are inspired by Benjamin Moore's 2020 colour of the year, First Light.

Source: Urban Decay


Source: Kvarteret Makleri

Source: West Wing

Source: Home & Antiques

To execute this mod, moody and romantic look you have to think: curvy abstract shapes, smooth velvets, perfectly imperfect organic textiles, flat matte ceramics and powder coated metal finishes. I have to say, this wallpaper is all sorts of lovely and I think I might just have to find the perfect spot for it. Stay tuned, we may have a wallpaper reveal in our near future.


1. Ceramic Dining Set, CB2

2. Wallpaper, Drop it Mod

3. Abstract Art, Style in Form

4. Pendant Light, Article

5. Plant Stand, Urban Outfitters

6. Media Console, West Elm

7. Stool, EQ3

8. Accent Chair, Style in Form

9. Molded Candles, Urban Outfitters

10. Cushion, Show Cushions

11. First Light, Benjamin Moore

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