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Interior Design – Keep it Natural

Interior Design – Keep it Natural

Storie – Florim Ceramic tiles; Timber tray and bowls display at Apartmento; New sofa from Kovacs; Granite slab from SlabCo, and Pierre Frey cork wallpaper all creating interesting texture and tones, naturally.

 

Replenish Renewel Refresh

Replenish Renewel Refresh

Bring the inside out and the outside in – it is time for spring – replenish, renewal and refresh. New fabric from JAB and Salvador, Katie Stratton’s wallpaper, velvet cushions from Mulberi Home, and my favourite Balinese sculpture from JillyJamPots are a few ways to connect our interiors to the outside with a visual flow.

 

 

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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A Giraffe and a Pony Inspires Auburn Colour Scheme!

A Giraffe and a Pony Inspires Auburn Colour Scheme!

Auburn; henna; copper and hazel – Reddish brown colour combinations inspired by a giraffe at the Gibbs Sculpture Farm and a friend’s chestnut pony.

 

 

 

 

Colour Inspiration with Dulux Colours

Colour Inspiration with Dulux Colours

Try a combination of Dulux’s Cumberland St and Te Puke with the rich dark chocolate of Khandallah.

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Thanks to Adam Gatley for the birds photo.

 

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The interior entrance wall painted in Dulux Gibbston Valley at Chelsea Park was inspired by nature’s colour schemes.

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