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This is FEARLESS, the new Beautify look that’s all the things we should embrace about ourselves… it’s bold, brave and just a little bit unconventional. The Beautify interpretation of eclectic glamour, this look is about letting décor be fun and creative, yet using techniques to guarantee flawless functionality. The key here is to remember that statement style is all about taking risks. Mixing patterns, textures and colours in this way definitely pushes the boundaries. So, if that’s exactly what you’re after, here’s how to achieve it…

In this set up, we’ve got leopard print, fern print and a patterned rug, all working flawlessly together. Top tips to remember when mixing patterns is to try and use colours of the same intensity. For example don’t mix pastel colours with vibrant ones, the same hues work better together. And… distribute patterns evenly to keep your space looking balanced.

In addition to mixing patterns, we’ve combined textures too. This look is super tactile with everything from fleecy throws and fluffy cushions to the suede stool and crushed velvet sheets. This helps to add depth and really gives you a feel of what the space is all about.

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To give the room a bit of an edge, think outside the box when it comes to shapes. Little touches like the holographic makeup pots and the candle holder are cute ways to shy away from anything basic. Even the tripod base on the table lamp just gives that little something extra. And for added hex appeal, we’re all about the half-mirror-half-jewellery-hanger. A truly unique piece, this is a must have when you want something out of the ordinary. (Not to mention the fact that it’ll keep your necklaces tangle-free. Double winner.)

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And as a little bit of final inspiration, we’ll leave you with this:

“I always find beauty in things that are odd or imperfect, they’re much more interesting.”

– Marc Jacobs