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Interior Designer – Furniture Sourcing

Interior Designer – Furniture Sourcing

Both the aesthetics and function of your furniture are important to consider.  Getting this right enhances the dynamics of your space.  

 

Warm Elegant Highlights with Gold

Warm Elegant Highlights with Gold

When gold is paired well, it adds a sophisticated element that warms up any interior.

Decent wall lights are hard to find.  These Drone Wall lights in deep dark chocolate and gold are really going to set the tone for an interior I am working on.

Brooklyn – Classique Coffee Table from David Shaw

Miranda Brown’s gorgeous Kotuku – Heron Wallpaper.  Have a look at Miranda’s website for more.


Gold rug from Artisan

Nominated for the Amara Blog Awards

Nominated for the Amara Blog Awards

I am honoured to have been nominated for UK’s Amara Interior Blog Awards, in the Design Inspiration section. If you would like to vote I would love your support. There is a Voting Badge at the bottom left of the home page, which takes you to the voting page.  Thanks xx. For this week’s blog I have been spoilt for choice finding these fabulous products from Corcovado to David Shaw, Seneca to Atelier.

 

 

Next Level Greens

Next Level Greens

Drawn to the colour and form of Dawson’s Ace Chair in olive green velvet, Monmouth’s Dome Pendant lights, along with Weave’s Ava Jade and Impasto cushions, as they bring the calm of nature inside.


 

 

Recent Journeys to Suppliers

Recent Journeys to Suppliers

Some fabulous discoveries from the last few weeks:

Fiona Small

Artist – Interior Designer – Colour Specialist

Sienna Design

 

Treat Yourself

Treat Yourself

Some days it is a treat to discover new pieces – some of them mixed with more established favourites, and some holding their own because they are just so darn sexy.  Imagine sinking into one of these Timothy Oulton sofas from Dawson & Co, under the rock crystal Elysium Ball Pendant.

Interior Designer, Fiona Small from Sienna Design

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Colour Inspiration From Kawakawa Leaves

Colour Inspiration From Kawakawa Leaves

We are surrounded by inspiration, so when developing paint colours, and creating colour schemes, I am always on the look out for new combinations of saturations and tones. The colours of these dried Kawakawa leaves are rich in indigo, soft green, walnut brown, and blushed taupe. It’s one of my favourite teas for a revitalising tonic too.  I loved the synchronicity at the launch today of new furniture and furnishings in similar colours.

 

BTW note no ‘chopped’ cushion in sight !!  Stop it with the chopping people.

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