One of the popular trends of the recent years has been the rise of the colour grey. It seems like we've taken over by grey interiors, to the point where it now seems boring. Truth be told I am getting particularly tired of all the grey. When the grey trend first started out as the offshoot of Scandinavian and Minimalist design styles, it was a breath of fresh air. Everyone found grey to be inspiring and refreshing, a brand new look and feel. But grey is now on it's way out, a
In my previous post, I highlighted and explained some of the most popular Interior Design styles. It can get a little confusing trying to navigate through all these different designs styles, especially when they are very similar to each other. So to make things even easier for you all, I've decided to put together some basic colour palettes for each Interior Design style. They should help form a basis for your design journey and help clear up some of the confusion. If you've
Grey, a neutral colour we never knew we needed in our lives. Now that we've unlocked the infinite possibilities of grey, we can't seem to turn away from it. Still a prominent design trend, grey has gone from strength to strength. And we all now have our ultimate shade of grey. If you've been keeping up with my Instagram, you'll know that I've been busy exploring the shade Down Pipe by Farrow & Ball. You've probably heard all about this gorgeous colour and it's used by Interio
So as you probably know, I've been exploring neutrals on my Instagram feed. So I thought I'd put together a mini colour palette for you guys. I've taken inspiration from Pantone, like always. Warm neutrals are trending at the moment and we're seeing a comeback for creams and browns. So in my mini colour palette, I've included the colour 'beige'. Which I know is going to spark some controversy, as in the elite world of design, we tend to look down on this colour. I understand
For those of you who follow me on Instagram you will probably know that a few days back I posted an image about my four ultimate black paints. For those of you who don't follow me, don't worry about missing it because I'm going to talk about it here. Black has always been my to go to colour. So much so that pretty much everything I own is black or as close to black as possible. That doesn't mean I don't enjoy colour, I just find myself gravitating towards the dark side. To be
Picking paint colours is stressful. There's no two ways about it. With thousands of paint colours out there, even Interior Designers get confused sometimes. Especially when it comes down to picking between two colours, that are literally just a shade different. You can find yourself trying to decide between the two colours for hours on end. Through trial and error, I have managed to come up with 5 relatively easy tips to help make the paint picking process slightly less stres
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