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Tricolore…

In the face of the devastating terrorist attacks that took place in Paris on Friday evening, The Maximalist is paying tribute to the people of Paris with a simple, photo-led celebration of the three colours: red, white and blue.

Leviathan by Anish Kapoor – a series of giant interconnected womb-like orbs in the Grand Palais, Paris. dezeen.com
Leviathan by Anish Kapoor – a series of giant interconnected womb-like orbs in the Grand Palais, Paris.
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Abigail Ahern for Debenhams. (pinterest)
Abigail Ahern for Debenhams. (pinterest)
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Henri Matisse ~ Large Red Interior, 1948. (pinterest)
Henri Matisse ~ Large Red Interior, 1948. (pinterest)
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A door is a door is a door…

Well I would beg to differ! A door can be so much more than just a door. So can a doorway.

Abigail Ahern suggests removing doors to open up space and allow for greater design fluidity in the home. I do agree with her to a degree, however, I also quite like a door myself. So to all my fellow door fans, here are some of my favourite doors together with fantastic ideas as to how to make a feature of a door and/or doorway, and ways of repurposing the ubiquitous door. I hope you enjoy!

Sliding industrial door. (pinterest)
Sliding industrial door. (pinterest)
Bold and bright doorways. (pinterest)
Bold and bright doorways. (pinterest)
Door as gallery wall. (pinterest)
Door as gallery wall. (pinterest)
Two-tone door. (pinterest)
Two-tone door. (pinterest)
A bold green door. (http://avaxhome.ws/blogs/FAV2009)
A bold green door. (http://avaxhome.ws/blogs/FAV2009)
Gallery door. (pinterest)
Gallery door. (pinterest)
Gallery door 2. (pinterest)
Gallery door 2. (pinterest)
Repurposed door. (pinterest)
Repurposed door. (pinterest)
Havana doors. (pinterest)
Havana doors. (pinterest)
Defining the doorway. (pinterest)
Defining the doorway. (pinterest)
Multicoloured door. (pinterest)
Multicoloured door. (pinterest)
Repurposed doors. (remodelista)
Repurposed doors. (remodelista)
Door as chalkboard. (pinterest)
Door as chalkboard. (pinterest)
Saloon doors. (pinterest)
Saloon doors. (pinterest)
Colour heaven. (pinterest)
Colour heaven. (pinterest)
Door as canvas, Charleston Farmhouse. (pinterest)
Door as canvas, Charleston Farmhouse. (pinterest)
Fairytale door. (pinterest)
Fairytale door. (pinterest)
Curtained door. (pinterest)
Curtained door. (pinterest)

Boutique bolt-holes

I don’t know about you, but it’s at this time of year that I like to whisk the other half off, sans children, for a night or two of “boutique-hotel” stay yumminess.

I’ve found fantastic deals on Groupon; truly stunning accommodation on a par with any boutique hotel on airbnb; riffled through the virtual pages of Mr & Mrs Smith for a super-cool destination; or trusted the word of friends and family… And I can’t say we’ve experienced a dud yet. In recent years we’ve visited Prague, The George in Rye, The Tunbridge Wells Hotel, Hastings Old Town, Barcelona, London, Paris, and Castell Deudraeth in Portmeirion in Wales, to name but a few.

And it’s not just about grownup time away from the kids. I get so much inspiration from the places we’ve stayed in that I come away bursting with ideas of how to add a touch of luxe living to my own home. So why not treat yourself to a night away from home and steal some fantastic home styling ideas while you’re at it! Here are some visuals to inspire you. It’s all about creating an indulgent and intimate space, full of layers of lighting, sumptuous bedding, and the odd roll-top bath for good measure.

Next stop a riad in Morocco! Well El Fenn to be precise. It’s on my Christmas list…

A page from one of my scrapbooks.
A page from one of my scrapbooks.
Create an intimate environment with clever lighting. (Photo: Natalia Price-Cabrera / Location: The Tunbridge Wells Hotel)
Create an intimate environment with clever lighting. (Photo: Natalia Price-Cabrera / Location: The Tunbridge Wells Hotel)
Dark walls and aubergine velvet upholstery, together with a gallery wall work beautifully to create an intimate corner. The Palladian Hotel in Seattle. (lonny.com)
Dark walls and aubergine velvet upholstery, together with a gallery wall work beautifully to create an intimate corner. The Palladian Hotel in Seattle. (lonny.com)
The gorgeous Artist Residence Hotel in London. http://artistresidencelondon.co.uk/
The gorgeous Artist Residence Hotel in London. http://artistresidencelondon.co.uk/
Artwork in Prague.
Artwork in Prague. 
A bathroom to hide in... for hours!
A bathroom to hide in… for hours! El Fenn. 
Statement lighting in Barcelona. (photo: Natalia Price-Cabrera)
Statement lighting in Barcelona. (photo: Natalia Price-Cabrera)
Aim high. The foyer at St Martin's Lane Hotel, designed by Philippe Starck. http://www.starck.com/
Aim high. The foyer at St Martin’s Lane Hotel, designed by Philippe Starck. http://www.starck.com/
Barcelona.
Barcelona.
The tiny Alma Boutique Hotel in Tel Aviv features boho-chic rooms inspired by the 1920s. (travelandleisure.com)
The tiny Alma Boutique Hotel in Tel Aviv features boho-chic rooms inspired by the 1920s.
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Lighting ideas to steal. Cluster pendants at The Tunbridge Wells Hotel.
Lighting ideas to steal. Cluster pendants at The Tunbridge Wells Hotel.
Why go for understated?! This is an amazing riot of pattern and colour, but the restricted palette means it works beautifully. Toronto-based The Design Agency designed the Generator Hostel in Barcelona, Spain. (contemporist.com)
Why go for understated?! This is an amazing riot of pattern and colour, but the restricted palette means it works beautifully. Toronto-based The Design Agency designed the Generator Hostel in Barcelona, Spain.
(contemporist.com)
Bold statement lighting in Prague.
Bold statement lighting in Prague.
A bedroom fit for a Queen. Coqui Coqui Mérida Hotel in Mexico. (bloglovin.com)
A bedroom fit for a Queen. Coqui Coqui Mérida Hotel in Mexico. (bloglovin.com)
Add a little hotel glamour to your home with bespoke lighting by Mols & Tati-Lois. http://www.molsandtatilois.com/
Add a little hotel glamour to your home with bespoke lighting by Mols & Tati-Lois. http://www.molsandtatilois.com/
Designer Ilse Crawford and her team realise a passion for ‘homeliness’ in the creation of Stockholm boutique hotel Ett Hem. Vogue Living November/December 2012. Photograph by Magnus Marding. (voguelivingmagazine.tumblr.com)
Designer Ilse Crawford and her team realise a passion for ‘homeliness’ in the creation of Stockholm boutique hotel Ett Hem. Vogue Living November/December 2012. Photograph by Magnus Marding. (voguelivingmagazine.tumblr.com)
More El Fenn, Morocco. (sfgirlbybay.com)
More El Fenn, Morocco. (sfgirlbybay.com)

Good old British eccentricity…

What do you get if you throw eccentricity, britishness, a predilection for all things Baroque, and a hefty dose of wit into a bag and give it a thoroughly good shake up? Why, you get seriously exciting design ideas…

Yep, today I am flying the flag for British design and all its wonderful quirkiness. My current favourites are Mineheart, Abigail Ahern, House of Hackney, Dupenny, Witch and Watchman, Deborah Bowness and Squint Limited. They all share a love of bold statement design that can really bring an element of theatre to a home.

I would also like to point you in the direction of Mister Finch – the super-talented textile artist whose exquisite oversized insects should adorn every interior in my humble opinion; Alex MacArthur Interiors – a veritable cabinet of curiosities; and Melody Rose – bone china “marrying the unexpected with the traditional; images that shock and please in equal measure; the juxtaposition of quaint and quirky.”

So as winter approaches and we get ready to hunker down for a cold spell, why not inject a bit of good old-fashioned drama into your home interior. Surround yourself with unusual objects and create a cocoon of design statements. Think open fires, rugs, lots of texture, dark walls, creative lighting, kooky accessories, witty artworks, and a large dollop of weird and wonderful eccentricity. If nothing else, it will make you smile as you sip your mulled wine and listen to the wind and rain beating down outside. Home should after all be a sanctuary…

A page from one of my scrapbooks.
A page from one of my scrapbooks.
Striking wall art from Mineheart. (www.mineheart.com)
Striking wall art from Mineheart. (www.mineheart.com)
More striking wall art from Mineheart. (www.mineheart.com)
More striking wall art from Mineheart. (www.mineheart.com)
A cabinet of curiosities from Alex Macarthur Interiors. (www.alexmacarthur.co.uk)
A cabinet of curiosities from Alex MacArthur Interiors. (www.alexmacarthur.co.uk)
Lush, dark, wallpaper design from Witch and Watchman. http://witchandwatchman.com
Lush, dark, wallpaper design from Witch and Watchman. http://witchandwatchman.com
Transform your home into a treasure chest. (pinterest)
Transform your home into a treasure chest. (pinterest)
Annabelle rug from Mineheart. (www.mineheart.com)
Annabelle rug from Mineheart. (www.mineheart.com)
Dark walls, an open fire, and some taxidermy. What's not to love! (thisivyhouse.tumblr.com)
Dark walls, an open fire, and some antlers. What’s not to love! (thisivyhouse.tumblr.com)
Cosy up a corner to snuggle up in.(homedesignlover.com)
Cosy up a corner to snuggle up in.(homedesignlover.com)
Burlesque wallpaper from Dupenny. (www.dupenny.com/wallpaper/burlesque)
Add a bit of cheeky humour to a room. Burlesque wallpaper from Dupenny. (www.dupenny.com/wallpaper/burlesque)
Lady Peacock cushions. (www.mineheart.com)
Lady Peacock cushions. (www.mineheart.com)
Oversized moths by textile artist Mr Finch. (www.mister-finch.com)
Oversized moths by textile artist Mister Finch. (www.mister-finch.com)
Velvet-flocked cherubs from Squint Limited. (www.squintlimited.com)
Velvet-flocked cherubs from Squint Limited. (www.squintlimited.com)
Nostalgia and whimsy combine in this charming wallpaper from Elli Popp. (http://ellipopp.co.uk)
Nostalgia and whimsy combine in this charming wallpaper from Elli Popp. (http://ellipopp.co.uk)
'Rinse' artwork from Abigail Ahern. (http://abigailahern.com)
‘Rinse’ artwork from Abigail Ahern. (http://abigailahern.com)
Abigail Ahern lighting for Debenhams. (www.debenhams.com)
Abigail Ahern lighting for Debenhams. (www.debenhams.com)
Wallpapers by the uber-talented Deborah Bowness. (www.deborahbowness.com)
Wallpapers by the uber-talented Deborah Bowness. (www.deborahbowness.com)
"The Melody Rose brand is known for high quality, contemporary bone china tableware with an elegant twist." (www.melodyrose.co.uk)
“The Melody Rose brand is known for high quality, contemporary bone china tableware with an elegant twist.” (www.melodyrose.co.uk)
Majestic textile swan from Mister Finch. (www.mister-finch.com)
Majestic textile swan from Mister Finch. (www.mister-finch.com)
Print heaven from House of Hackney, the Artemis collection. (www.houseofhackney.com)
Print heaven from House of Hackney, the Artemis collection. (www.houseofhackney.com)
Butterfly domes from Alex MacArthur Interiors. (www.alexmacarthur.co.uk)
Butterfly domes from Alex MacArthur Interiors. (www.alexmacarthur.co.uk)
More scrummy wallpapers from Deborah Bowness. (www.deborahbowness.com)
More scrummy wallpapers from Deborah Bowness. (www.deborahbowness.com)
Taxidermy taken to the extreme. (by Decorista Daydreams from bloglovin.com)
Taxidermy taken to the extreme. (by Decorista Daydreams from bloglovin.com)

For the love of kitsch living

Kitsch (/ˈkɪtʃ/; loanword from German, also called cheesiness and tackiness) is a low-brow style of mass-produced art or design using popular or cultural icons.

Who doesn’t love a kitsch interior? I can’t get enough of it. I don’t care how naff it is. The naffer the better. Festooned with plastic flowers, pseudo religious iconography – shrines are cool, faux taxidermy, flamingos, neon lights, stuffed animals, cocktail bars, a miami palette, disco balls, and as much paraphernalia of mass-produced popular culture as you can muster.

In my opinion the King of kitsch, albeit very tastefully done, is without a doubt Jonathan Adler. With his origins in pottery, Jonathan Adler is now an iconic interiors brand and worldwide phenomenon. The man himself is potter, designer, author, and personality dedicated to bringing style, craft and joy to your life. “Jonathan’s creativity is fuelled by various sources of inspiration: Mid-century modern, art and global pop culture combine to create the signature Adler aesthetic.” And boy does he pull it off with sophisticated aplomb.

Another great source of inspiration is film. Have a look at the interiors in films by Wes AndersonPedro AlmodovarMichel Gondry, and Jean-Pierre Jeunet. Kooky and kitsch in equal measures, these directors have created their own very distinct visual language through the medium of film.

Feast your eyes on all these gorgeous images to get you in the mood for a kitsch-fest.

Every home should have a cocktail bar. Furbish Studio, Bar vignette, bar styling, blue and white porcelain, jamie meares flickr by jamie meares (isuwannee.com)
Every home should have a cocktail bar. Furbish Studio, Bar vignette, bar styling, blue and white porcelain, Jamie Meares. Flickr by Jamie Meares. (isuwannee.com)
The ultimate in kitsch interiors. Inside the home of artists Gilbert & George. (pinterest)
The ultimate in kitsch interiors. Inside the home of artists Gilbert & George. (pinterest)
A flamingo is a must! (www.rockettstgeorge.co.uk)
A flamingo is a must! (www.rockettstgeorge.co.uk)
Plastic flowers and religious iconography... what's not to love. Guadalupe Altar outside the home of a fisherman on the Pacific coast of Guerrero, Mexico by Ilhuicamina.(flickr.com)
Plastic flowers and religious iconography… what’s not to love. Guadalupe Altar outside the home of a fisherman on the Pacific coast of Guerrero, Mexico by Ilhuicamina. (flickr.com)
Neon lighting from Oakley Illuminations. (theselby.com)
Neon lighting from Oakley Illuminations. (theselby.com)
Kitsch-tastic. (pinterest)
Kitsch-tastic. (pinterest)
Vladimir Tretchikoff artwork. (www.vladimirtretchikoff.com/gallery.htm)
Vladimir Tretchikoff artwork. (www.vladimirtretchikoff.com/gallery.htm)
Oversized ornaments from Jonathan Adler.
Oversized ornaments from Jonathan Adler.
Every home should have a vintage motion hula lamp. (alohaoutlet.com)
Every home should have a vintage motion hula lamp. (alohaoutlet.com)
Kitsch heaven... not for the faint hearted! (pinterest)
Kitsch heaven… not for the faint hearted! (pinterest)
The genius that is Wes Anderson. (pinterest)
The genius that is Wes Anderson. (pinterest)
Jonathan Adler's sophisticated kitsch.
Jonathan Adler’s sophisticated kitsch.
A Clockwork Orange film set. (pinterest)
A Clockwork Orange film set. (pinterest)
On the set of 'Broken Embraces' by Pedro Almodovar.
On the set of ‘Broken Embraces’ by Pedro Almodovar.
Kitsch glamour a la trailor trash. (junkgypsyblog.com)
Kitsch glamour a la trailor trash. (junkgypsyblog.com)
Just because. (urban outfitters)
Just because. (urban outfitters)
'Amelie' screen shot. (pinterest)
‘Amelie’ screen shot. (pinterest)
Wes Anderson-designed cafe, Bar Luca, in Milan. (http://www.dezeen.com/2015/06/07/wes-anderson-designed-bar-luce-takes-cues-old-milanese-landmarks-cafes-fondazione-prada-interiors/)
Wes Anderson-designed cafe, Bar Luca, in Milan. (http://www.dezeen.com/2015/06/07/wes-anderson-designed-bar-luce-takes-cues-old-milanese-landmarks-cafes-fondazione-prada-interiors/)
The very cool photography by actor, director and photographer Aaron Ruell. (http://www.aruell.com/)
The very cool photographs by actor, director and photographer Aaron Ruell. (http://www.aruell.com/)

V for vignetta

vignette
viːˈnjɛt,vɪ-/
noun
 
  1. 1.
    a brief evocative description, account, or episode.
    “a classic vignette of embassy life”
  2. 2.
    a small illustration or portrait photograph which fades into its background without a definite border.

In interior design terms, a vignette is a collection of objects displayed in such a way as to possibly create a ‘story.’ By this I mean the objects on display can go some way as to explain something about the person whose home it is – perhaps they love patterned crockery, or they are a voracious explorer, or they collect art, or they are passionate about shoes…

I am an ardent collector. I always have been. A veritable magpie, I freely admit. Over the years I have collected vintage bottles, coloured glassware, crockery, miniature chairs, postcards, tiles, religious effigies and artefacts, mirrors, brooches, scarves, paintings…and I could go on! And I am a great fan of creating vignettes. There are no hard and fast rules in my opinion, although objects do tend to work better if displayed in multiples of odd numbers. The beauty of a vignette is that you can change it as and when you feel like it. You can become your own interior ‘curator’. Don’t hide your possessions away. They speak volumes about who you are as a person and the experiences you have had throughout your life. I find great comfort in having objects that are dear to me dotted around the house… even if they do collect dust! At a base level they make me smile, and that’s never a bad thing in my book.

Possessions can spark wonderful memories of travels to far-off lands or ‘just because’ gifts from close friends. Why keep them in the loft? So I urge you to unpack your treasures and show them off with pride. There is no right or wrong, as you will see from the visuals that follow. Trust your gut. If you don’t like how certain objects work together, just swap them around a bit. It’s that simple. I particularly love out-of-context displays. For example, at home I have a collection of mismatched cups and saucers in one of our bathrooms just because the colours work well together. And why not…?

One thing to consider with any form of vignette is how to light it to create the most impact. This type of lighting is what is known as ‘accent’ lighting. You can achieve this by having table lamps dotted around next to any vignette you’ve created, or you could have directional lighting so you can angle lighting in a specific direction. Again, experiment to find out what gives the best end result. In my book a vignette should always have an edge of drama and that’s where the lighting can come into full effect. So go forth and rustle up a little bit of theatre in your home. I promise you’ll be hooked in no time!

Use colour boldly and don't be afraid to layer. Interior Color. Jasmine Wallpaper from Farrow Ball | Avenue Magazine (thedesignsheppard.com)
Use colour boldly and don’t be afraid to layer. Interior Color. Jasmine Wallpaper from Farrow Ball | Avenue Magazine (thedesignsheppard.com)
Create a wall display with pinned cuttings. (shabbychicgirls.blogspot.com)
Create a wall display with pinned cuttings.
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Display objects of a similar colour. Here vintage pottery vases work beautifully. (binkandboo.net)
Display objects of a similar colour. Here vintage pottery vases work beautifully together. (binkandboo.net)
Create gallery walls with groups of artwork. Here the different-sized pictures hang together beautifully on the solid-coloured background wall. (dailydreamdecor.com)
Create gallery walls with groups of artwork. Here the different-sized pictures hang together beautifully on the solid-coloured background wall. (dailydreamdecor.com)
My collection of cups and saucers in one of our bathrooms. (Photo by Chris Gatcum)
My collection of cups and saucers in one of our bathrooms. (Photo by Chris Gatcum)
Pattern-clashing vignette. You can create a vignette from pretty much anything. (garoopatternandcolour.tumblr.com)
Pattern-clashing vignette. You can create a vignette from pretty much anything. (garoopatternandcolour.tumblr.com)
A bedside table can double up as a tiny 'gallery' space. (elledecor.com)
A bedside table can double up as a tiny ‘gallery’ space. (elledecor.com)
Vignettes can be dramatic and unusual. (scotch-collectables.com)
Vignettes can be dramatic and unusual. (scotch-collectables.com)
Consider carefully how you light your vignette. Here a feature table lamp has been incorporated into the display. (Lampshade by www.molsandtatilois.com / Photo by Chris Gatcum)
Consider carefully how you light your vignette. Here a feature table lamp has been incorporated into the display. (Lampshade by http://www.molsandtatilois.com / Photo by Chris Gatcum)
And why not hang clothes on the wall. (desiretoinspire.net)
And why not hang clothes on the wall. (desiretoinspire.net)
Crockery can be very effective as wall art. (independent.co.uk)
Crockery can be very effective as wall art. (independent.co.uk)
Pile shelves with curios and emulate an apothecary cabinet. (homelife.com.au)
Pile shelves with curios and emulate an apothecary cabinet. (homelife.com.au)
One can never have too much glassware! Brabourne Farm (brabournefarm.blogspot.com)
One can never have too much glassware! Brabourne Farm
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Small cameos work well clustered together. (toast.co.uk)
Small cameos work well clustered together. (toast.co.uk)
Collections can be totally random. They still hang together beautifully. Photo - Sean Fennessy, styling - Lucy Feagins (thedesignfiles.net)
Collections can be totally random. They still hang together beautifully. Photo – Sean Fennessy, styling – Lucy Feagins (thedesignfiles.net)
Books with interesting spines always work well. So too do trinkets and favourite pieces of jewellery. (elledecor.com)
Books with interesting spines always work well. So too do trinkets and favourite pieces of jewellery. (elledecor.com)
Throw colour at a vignette. (Lampshade by www.molsandtatilois.com / Photo by Chris Gatcum)
Throw colour at a vignette. (Lampshade by http://www.molsandtatilois.com / top plate by Remnant Black / bottom plate by Wild & Violet / Photo by Chris Gatcum)
Open shelves in a kitchen are a great way of showing off beautiful crockery and glassware. (gypsypurple.blogspot.com)
Open shelves in a kitchen are a great way of showing off beautiful crockery and glassware. (gypsypurple.blogspot.com)

If you like pina colada…

The now ubiquitous pineapple was once a rare beast…

Indigenous to South America, the pineapple was introduced to northern Europe by the Dutch and the first successfully cultivated pineapple is recorded as having been grown in 1658. Catherine the Great was a huge fan and grew pineapples on her estate. Importing pineapples was expensive, so too was growing a tropical fruit in a temperate climate, so it wasn’t long before the pineapple was seen as a symbol of extreme wealth, becoming the subject of great rivalry between wealthy aristocrats.

This plate is from Christopher Jacob Trew’s Plantae Selectae (Nuremberg, 1750–73), which was illustrated by Georg Dionysius Ehret. (tinypineapple.com)
This plate is from Christopher Jacob Trew’s Plantae Selectae (Nuremberg, 1750–73), which was illustrated by Georg Dionysius Ehret. (tinypineapple.com)

Throughout history the pineapple has also been used widely as a design motif, symbolising warmth and hospitality. Incorporated into all manner of home furnishings – from furniture, ornaments, wallpaper, table linen, crockery – the popularity of the pineapple is alive and well. Currently referred to as a micro-trend within the world of interiors, the pineapple is still a curious-looking fruit, but with an undeniable big dollop of charm. I am a huge fan and I couldn’t care less if it’s become a design cliche! Long live the pineapple!

So here are some glorious ways you can incorporate the pineapple into your own home…

Pineapple wall lighting sconce from abigailahern.com.
Pineapple wall lighting sconce from abigailahern.com.
Iguana Superwide by Timorous Beasties. (timorousbeasties.com)
Iguana Superwide by Timorous Beasties. (timorousbeasties.com)
DecoBREEZE Pineapple Figurine Fan. (m.shop.nordstrom.com)
DecoBREEZE Pineapple Figurine Fan. (m.shop.nordstrom.com)
Adelphi Custom and Historic Wallpaper and Paper Hangings. (adelphipaperhangings.com)
Adelphi Custom and Historic Wallpaper and Paper Hangings. (adelphipaperhangings.com)
Some pineapple artwork? (thedesignfiles.net)
Some pineapple artwork? (thedesignfiles.net)
Large Turquoise Sofie Pineapple Container. (templeandwebster.com.au)
Large Turquoise Sofie Pineapple Container. (templeandwebster.com.au)
Pineapple lamp base by House of Hackney.
Pineapple lamp base by House of Hackney.
Papercraft pineapple from peachblossom.co.uk.
Papercraft pineapple from peachblossom.co.uk.
Pineapple Door Knocker. (capecodweathervanecompany.com)
Pineapple Door Knocker. (capecodweathervanecompany.com)
Pineapple lamp on old gold carambola side table. (rockettstgeorge.co.uk)
Pineapple lamp on old gold carambola side table. (rockettstgeorge.co.uk)
Pineapple vases. (bloglovin.com)
Pineapple vases. (bloglovin.com)
Pineapple cushions. (decor8blog.com)
Pineapple cushions. (decor8blog.com)
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Every home should have a resin pineapple! (mybuckett.com)
Åsa Jungnelius – Riff Relay #2 (design-milk.com)
Åsa Jungnelius – Riff Relay #2 (design-milk.com)
Vintage mid century brass pineapples. (tumblr.com)
Vintage mid century brass pineapples. (tumblr.com)
Deb Haugen For DENY Pineapple 1 Tapestry (urbanoutfitters.com)
Deb Haugen For DENY Pineapple 1 Tapestry (urbanoutfitters.com)
Possibly my favourite interpretation! Salt & Pepper Shakers by Godinger on @HauteLook. (hautelook.com)
Possibly my favourite interpretation! Salt & Pepper Shakers by Godinger on @HauteLook. (hautelook.com)
Goodnight Light Pineapple lamp. (vogue.com)
Goodnight Light Pineapple lamp. (vogue.com)
More fruity lighting. Perfect for a child's room. (pauletpaula.com)
More fruity lighting. Perfect for a child’s room. (pauletpaula.com)
Pineapples as accessories. (etsy.com)
Pineapples as accessories. (etsy.com)
Pineapple passion.(anothermag.com)
Pineapple passion.(anothermag.com)