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You’ve been decorating your lounge room and something just isn’t working, the space doesn’t feel right. You have your lounges, side tables, matching coffee table, lamps, rug, art, decorator accessories and even an indoor plant (that you’re managing to keep alive) but it all just looks bland the space lacks personality.
Ohhh I can hear the reactions already to that headline. Story? “Ha…. let me tell you about the interior of my home, there are toys everywhere, dishes in the sink, the washing needs to be hung out and I need to find something to cook for dinner”. “I haven’t got cushions for the lounge, let alone matching ones and our furniture is soooo old, I would love a new modular lounge but
Radiant Orchid has been named Pantone’s Colour of 2014. I think this is a fabulous, vibrant, fun yet captivating colour that can definitely be introduced to our interiors. Lets explore some ways to do this.
Use Radiant Orchid for upholstery on your accent chairs and for scatter cushions.
Yellow or Gold compliments Radiant Orchid but don’t over do it. Less is more.
Radiant Orchid walls in the right room could work a treat.
Not wanting to change your whole interior? Buy some radiant orchid toned flowers to bring your room up to date.
Play with the varying tones of Radiant Orchid, along with the shades and tints surrounding it using them for for a variety of elements in your room. This will add depth and interest.
Pair Radiant Orchid with white if you are wanting a subtler look, grey/brown for drama and yellow for a bold effect.
Finally add some quirk to your room (i.e. an animal coffee table perhaps?) to make it more eye catching and memory making.
I’d love to hear how you use Radiant Orchid, feel free to comment below.
Below are some more ideas of ways to use Radiant Orchid in your home:
Good afternoon wonderful ones! So I was just browsing through houzz a few days ago and saw this post that had some helpful tips for renters that I thought I would share with you here. Hope you enjoy it!
Wow, doesn’t that headline sound like I’m going to give you fashion advice. Well this is fashion advice for the home.
I know that the vintage theme has been trending for a while now but I actually had a client ask me the other day for some tips on how to achieve the look. I had a squiz through my categories and was horrified to see that I hadn’t actually written a post about vintage styling, so here it is.
I think that today’s vintage interior covers the eclectic, eccentric, quirky, hand made, pre loved pieces with a nostalgic past and some whimsical fun. It’s nearly a return to the simpler lifestyle of days gone by. Think ‘playing lady’s’ as my mum used to refer to afternoon tea with her friends, drinking from fine bone china tea cups. It also has a great dose of the 1920’s retro thrown in.
How can you achieve a Vintage Interior in your home? Easy, whether you are starting with a blank canvas or mixing it in with an existing style here are 5 ways to add some Vintage to your look.
Be you, if you love your collection of fine bone china now is the time to display it. Or if you have a fabulous 1920’s retro chair – resurrect it.
Don’t use the cliche union jack – everyone does this. Be original.
Find one vintage piece of furniture you love and feature it well. Maybe it’s a retro sideboard, style it with some fantastic quirky decorator pieces or family collector heirlooms.
Go shopping. Op shops, Antique stores, Etsy. The key is to find some original items that you love. Or make your own handmade item with love.
Vintage can be overwhelming so keep your floors and walls neutral, soft pastels at the most.
One last tip, don’t go all out vintage. You don’t want your room to look as though it should belong in a museum. And remember a good room is one that evolves, so keep adding bits and pieces over time – keeps those that enjoy the space on their toes.