I never quite understood the full impact that colour had on me until I experienced the loss of a loved one a few years ago. I remember not wanting to see or even wear bright colours. Colour was just too overwhelming for me to take in and I felt as though the colour itself was somehow draining what little energy I had left in me, out of me.
I know, I just used one of the most unpopular words of 2020 – 2021. Lockdown. But….. I assure you I’m only going to use that word a few more times throughout this post. I promise. I also am going to endeavor to reframe this whole situation for you. I know a lot of you had big dreams to see the interior of your home transformed into your dream homes this year. Keep reading I have a plan that can still help you see that begin to happen.
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,
As an interior designer the number one piece of advice I would give anyone that is decorating their home interior is
No I’m not going to break into song Mariah Carey style……. but I do want to share what I feel makes a room go from beige to wow, or drab to fab