Hola amigos! ¿Que pasa?! I’m back from Barcelona and all I can think about is green and blue! If you wonder why, please visit my @decor8 Instagram and check out my manyyyyyy Barcelona photos – you will spot a definite color palette shining through of mostly green, blue and then some pinks and terra cottas… That’s why when I discovered this beautiful English home brand today called Neptune, I had to share them on decor8. Why? I spotted lots of green on their site and it made me feel cozy and happy right away. Especially emerald green. I’m really smitten with it lately. And their press release today shared lots of yummy deep blues for Fall/Winter 2017. I feel like velvet is here to stay but also these dark rich tones, don’t you? Blue and green (dark tones) are all I think about lately. You have to be really daring to decorate with dark tones, but I really think it’s worth it whether you accent your space with them or you go all out and paint your walls deep, dark tones.
In regards to Neptune, they have been in business already for over two decades and I haven’t the clue who they are, so I was happy to learn of them. I am sure my many English friends know all about them. Perhaps they are a big brand in the UK, who knows. But I really like some of their interiors products and kitchens, they look and feel so quintessentially British in my American/European eyes.
Neptune specializes in beautiful, well made furniture, kitchens and decor objects and browsing their website earlier today, I couldn’t help but wonder why I’d not heard of them sooner… And if I’ve not heard of them, perhaps many of you hadn’t either so do take a moment to click over and check out their website. You won’t be disappointed.
They have lots of shops all over England, one is shown above. Some also have flower shops inside. There are several pieces I would pick out and mix in with my own style at home. They also sell tile, plates, lamps, baskets and so much more. Imagine having a little summer cottage decorated in this English country style? So pretty, right?