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Styling Spotlight… Erin Swift

I’ve been feeling very festive of late, so was delighted when I stumbled across the rather beautiful portfolio of props stylist Erin Swift, which draws heavily upon the elegant frosty tones of winter.

The sophisticated colour palette of smoky greys, glitzy silver and pure snow white really help elevate the festive appeal of these images and I particularly love the colour pops of cobalt blue and dusky pink in the later images which help add an even more luxurious touch.

What do you think, would you opt for a frosted Christmas colour scheme?






Author bio

Kate Baxter is a columnist for Heart Home and authors the blog Fabric of my Life. A PR girl by day and interiors stylist in every remaining hour God sends, Kate founded Fabric of my Life as a little corner of cyberspace where she could collect all her design ideas, passions, thoughts and musings into one big magpie's nest. You can follow her on Twitter @fabricofmylife. Read more posts by .

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