Shelf styling with Wabi Sabi

Good styling takes some careful thought and process of seeking throughout our homes and around to cultivate objects around us. Find pieces that are inspiring and authentically beautiful, let’s look at the basics of how to begin to style a shelf, with what you have and what you can collect. Think about a colour palette… Continue reading Shelf styling with Wabi Sabi

The power of Natural Green in our homes

Being exposed to the outside whether it involves greenery, fresh air or water makes us feel good. It provokes the release of good endorphins that assist in our moods and wellbeing. That’s why bringing a little outside in will make all the difference. Paint colour Implement restorative green shades into your space through wall colour.… Continue reading The power of Natural Green in our homes

How to grow a Rubber Plant Essential Tips:

Part of the Ficus Family – Ficus Elastica - commonly known as the rubber plant is great for your home as it’s quick and easy to maintain and known to improve indoor air quality which eliminates bacteria and mold spores in the air. It’s over sized waxy leaves aesthetically brings in a design element of… Continue reading How to grow a Rubber Plant Essential Tips:

Primal State – Shop the look

Inspired by the primal state trend for 2020 where raw surfaces meet tactile objects. As we enter into a new era of advances in technology, there is an increasing disconnection between the interactions of people. Let’s approach this era with tactile and aged surfaces, worn textures and the essence of natural elements such as stone,… Continue reading Primal State – Shop the look

Dulux 2020 Colour Trends

A New Year is approaching, which means a fresh new start by updating your paint colour with Dulux colour of the year Tranquil Dawn. Dulux has announced their colour of the year for 2020 and describes how tranquil dawn mimics the morning sky and how it can work with many Interior spaces. A large team… Continue reading Dulux 2020 Colour Trends

How to approach colour

Colour is one of the basic ways to influence how people and how they relate to the environment. We adapt to our surrounds and it influences our moods and emotions. Colour is found in nature and can be broken down into seasons. In summer we see bright, vibrant colours; winter dark moody and monochromatic tones;… Continue reading How to approach colour

Ogee drop tiles

Have you heard of an ogee? If not, then you probably have seen one, also known as the “fish scale tile”. We see this fun geometric shape used in tile designs and patterns repeated in interiors and architectures. The shape and style is being referred to as Moroccan, however it from the Gothic English style.… Continue reading Ogee drop tiles

Upholstering in Linen

The thought of linen sparks up three of my senses; the Smell captures a story of the natural flax that had gone through the manufacturing processes and the conditions of that factory. When I pick up (Feel) the linen for the first time, I experience the heavy weight and movement which I use to envision… Continue reading Upholstering in Linen

Wake up your walls with 10 tones

It’s that time of year to start thinking about freshening up your walls for the holidays. This week we will be showcasing 10 Plascon colours to ‘wake up your walls’ from the trending tones of the colour forecast (https://plamenadanieli.com/2018/09/23/colour-forecast-with-dulux-2019/) we are seeing for 2019. Walls are a simple and inexpensive way to freshen up a… Continue reading Wake up your walls with 10 tones

Colour Forecast with Dulux 2019

As spring approaches, Dulux introduces 34 colour ways categorized in 4 themes titled Filter. Filter focuses on technologies working at full blast while, humanity is being bombarded with reminders, invitations and social media. Through social media we have a choice to block out the negative and “like” the positive which brings us happiness. With all… Continue reading Colour Forecast with Dulux 2019