Play along with the bright blue skies of the season, add a little golden sparkle, warm it all up with plump pillows, cozy throws and flickering candles, and you’ve got a spectacularly shimmery fall retreat!
Curtains and Valences
Start with Jeweled Peacock at your windows. The colors here brighten any room, and the touch of gold will welcome both sunrise and sunset each day.
If you don’t need or want full coverage at your windows, but still want a flash of color, choose our bright Café Curtains. Quick and easy to hang, they make an immediate, bold statement.
Pillows and Throws
Spread the joy of turquoise around your space by placing a plump, generous, euro sham along the wall, on a couch or at a low table for non-traditional seating.
Use a throw in our Dance O Peacock print to introduce the full beauty of the peacock plume – all the colors, all the panache, all the brilliance. You’ll love this print alongside your Jeweled Peacock pieces.
Of course, we need to add a bit of cozy to our colorful space. This throw blends warm fall colors with a muted blue, and is reminiscent of a September beach scene.
Not everything in this room has to be bright and shiny. Use natural woods and flickering candles to warm up the space. Place these in clusters of three or five, or line a mantel with candlesticks in order of height.
These are the best! Use them year round for a natural glow and added light.
Crate & Barrel
We do love using gold and copper with Jeweled Peacock. It just seems so right! A big tray like this is perfect atop a coffee table, or keep on a side table as a place to store drinkware.
Florals and Vases
Let’s do some more turquoise, but this time in varied organic shades. You’ll love these vases alone, or filled with a few stems and dried leaves.
I love pieces that work through all the seasons. Just as at home in summer as it is at the holidays, this wreath will sparkle alongside your Jeweled Peacock!
When you fill your reactive glaze vases, why not add a metallic zinnia here and there for a bit of pop and bright energy?