Last week I had a lovely lady ask me if I followed trends. I answered no, not usually in full because trends come and go. I explained that when clients work with me they are wanting their interior designed spaces to last longer than a trend. If a client is wanting a current trend applied in their home this is
Every year Pantone announces their colour of the year, a colour that they perceive is predicted to be trending in a big way through fashion and interiors that year.
The Pantone Colour of 2019 is
On the weekend I attended the Iconic Trade Fair that was in Sydney, this trade show has a huge amount of Australia’s best suppliers that stock furniture, furnishings and decorator items for the home.
Today I thought I would reflect on what trends I noticed coming through as I scoured the stands and walked the many aisles of the Trade Fair. This trade fair isn’t open to the general public
Each year Pantone puts out what they believe will be the colour snapshot of what we will see take place in global culture over the coming year. The colour serves as an expression of a mood and an attitude.
I always look forward to seeing what Pantone come up with for their colour of the year and then watching
The Scandi look has been trending in interior design for a few years now, I think this is because of the casual relaxed feel that this style emulates which marries in perfectly with our laid back Australian lifestyle, but how do you get that gorgeous Scandinavian style into your home? Today I thought I’d share the three key elements that you can apply to get this ever popular look in your home.
Scandi is all about colour palette,