The campaign plays on the idea that it’s not easy to get away right now, so instead we’re looking at the home with fresh eyes to find a little bit of paradise in London.
Giving our homes a holiday feel can do wonders for our general mental health and wellness.
Many people may not be travelling this year, for obvious reasons due to the Pandemic.
A change in decor, no matter how small, can help us get out of that “staying at home” rut.
The streets of Havana are a visual delight of colourful colonial houses, old vintage cars and vibrant street style. I was inspired by the colourful photos on An Adventurous world’s article on things to do in Havana.
I’ve styled a corner of my home mingling bright hues of pinks, yellows, blues, oranges and green together.
There is no set rule on how to style this look as long as you bring at least 3 to 4 colours from the palette above to your room. Don’t be afraid to mix and clash colours together.‘Holidaying from home’ Havana style also bring Mojitos, the rum based signature cocktail from Cuba to mind.
I’ve created a slight twist on the Mojito at home, using Aperol instead of rum, mixing it with sugar syrup, soda water and wedges of citrus limes and lemons. So, this is now my new haven to sip chilled cocktails from, a space to lie back and feel the sun on my face.
Even if there’s there’s no sun, you could bring the warmth of Havana in with some lush green plants. I’ve placed a Fiddle leaf fig tree next to my sofa.
All the items I have used to create this look can be bought from U.K. stores:
Bespoke yellow Harper velvet sofa with blue trims from sofa dot com
Limited edition prints by David Newton from Print Club London.
Anglepoise Type 75 floor lamp Margaret Howell edition.
Hand blown Splash vase by HAY from Black Bough.
Rainbow cushion and throw from Peachy Parrot.
White around coffee table by Muuto from Nest.
Molly rug by Pappelina from Twentytwentyone.Hope you’ve enjoyed the post and that it has put you in the mood to create your own holiday corner at home. If you want more easy tips on how to bring colour into your home, then do check out Marsh and Parson’s post here.
( All photography and styling are by Little big Bell. This is a paid partnership post with Marsh and Parsons, all opinions are my own).