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Beautiful boudoir ideas

Our bedrooms are places of rest – private spaces where we can indulge ourselves in terms of décor. The winter season features a strong element of luxury with rich and intense colours. Fashion designer Trelise Cooper has recently branched out into homeware, producing an amazing range in her glorious, signature romantic style.


While some males may resist the idea of florals in the bedroom, they’d find it hard to argue against Trelise Cooper’s Rose Jardin design. It is flowery, but also very sophisticated and will make a plain room look a million dollars. Double $159.99, Queen $169.99, King $179.99 and Super king $189.99. Cushions and pillowcases from an extensive range – all from EziBuy.

Beautiful boudoir ideas - candelabra


Even if you never use it for candles, (but you should) this elegant candelabra, $119.95, will add a touch of class to your bedroom.

Beautiful boudoir ideas - flowers from EziBuy


Say it with flowers with these gorgeous blooms from a range at EziBuy. Prices start at $39.99 for a set of six.

Beautiful boudoir ideas - 'Always kiss me goodnight' sign


If the man in your life needs a late-night reminder, this sign says it all. It’s $17.95 from Parnell Agencies.

Beautiful boudoir ideas - Mirror by Trelise Cooper range from EziBuy


You’ll look beautiful in this mango wood mirror, $169.99 from the Trelise Cooper range at EziBuy.

Beautiful boudoir ideas - Domino Vittorio duvet set


Regal yet refined, the Domino Vittorio duvet set starts from $229.99, accessories from $39.99 at Farmers.

Beautiful boudoir ideas - Queenie cushiion from Wallace Cotton


The Queenie printed linen cushion from Wallace Cotton is fit for royalty at $59.90.

Beautiful boudoir ideas - Lamp base and shade from EziBuy


This gorgeous lamp base and shade is $99.99 and the complementary mirror is $49.99 – both available from EziBuy.

Maison d’Or ripple throw


As the nights get cooler, snuggle with your loved one under this super cosy Maison d’Or ripple throw – $39.99 at The Warehouse.

About Louise Richardson

Louise Richardson planned to work at New Zealand Woman’s Weekly from an early age and having achieved that career pinnacle, she’s stayed put for 18 years – nearly a quarter of the magazine’s 80 year history. She never gets bored because no two days are ever the same, and she gets to work with her real-life passions, decorating, travel and fashion.

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