There’s no denying that the humble pineapple was a hot trend this summer, as this tropical fruit could be seen splashed all over textiles, t-shirts, mugs, bags, decorations and even nail art (!), but it seems that we really can’t get enough of this spiky-topped motif, as it’s a trend that’s now translating into winter too. This season however, it’s all about a more grown-up pineapple, in metallic shades of gold and brass, shying away from the bright pops of yellows, greens and pinks, but adding a bit of glamour to the fruit instead. Giving the feeling of a vintage collectable, whether it be an ornament, in lighting or even across wallpaper, keep the colours dark and dramatic and the materials luxe and glamourous.
Often considered a symbol of hospitality in the home, this glam pineapple wallpaper from Barneby Gates in deep charcoal and gold, costs £78 per roll and will transform a hallway or study space into a moody, raj-style room.
Keep precious jewellery and knick-knacks in these gorgeous metallic fruits trinket pots, from £12.50, Oliver Bonas.
This striking pineapple bed linen from The Secret Linen Store costs £50 for a double duvet, £10 for a pillowcase and is woven in 280 thread count 100% cotton for a luxurious and relaxing nights sleep. (Available from this Tuesday!)
Imagine these little pineapple candles from Rockett St George, £8 for 6, flickering away on your dining table this Christmas, giving a tropical, festive feel to your celebration.
1. Pineapple table lamp with shade, £83.40, Dar Lighting 2. Printed pineapple cushion cover, £6.99, H&M 3. Gilded gold pineapple bookends, £42.50, House Junkie. 4. Pineapple spoons, £16, Oliver Bonas. 5. Gold effect pineapple objet, £12, Sainsbury’s. 6. Pineapple tea towel, 312.95, Thornback & Peel 7. Iron pineapple wall hooks, £8.95, Melody Maison. 8. Pineapple gold espresso mugs, £29.79, Etsy 9. Gold pineapple paper napkins, £2.49, Candle & Cake.
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