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Here are 6 home decor ideas that will help bring this robust hue into your home.
Simultaneously grounding and robust, paprika is the new go-to spice, adding a more robust flavour to pale neutral palettes but also playing well with deep darks. This relative of red ochre, one of earth’s most ancient hues, feels fresher than ever.
Wilet sheet set in paprika (available late November, $410), shopwilet.com
Prado sofa by Ligne Roset ($11,000), livingspace.com
Ringer chair by Kettal in Terrarosa ($2,678), informinteriors.com
Glass Haze plate by Obakki in Sun (from $95), obakki.com
Muuto E27 pendant lamp in deep red ($185), vanspecial.com
84.2 medium vase by Bocci ($1,950), bocci.com
This story was originally published in the October 2023 issue of Western Living Magazine.
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