Henry David Thoreau
We love being inspired, it’s what keeps us creative. From watching TV shows, to reading magazines and blogs and visiting places all these elements create great inspiration. We have collated all these items together to Create our Get Inspired Section. We have created inspiring styles, mood boards and colour palettes. We also have our Blog which will regularly bring you tips and insights into your common questions plus trends, colour insights and products. We have also created Products we Love. We love a great find as you all do so check out what we are loving at the moment.
Are you having trouble decorating a room or does the thought of choosing a look for your new home seem too daunting. Now that you have all those pins after spending many a weekend on Pinterest what do you do with them and how do you decipher what style they really sit under. Are you a Contemporary look but do you like a masculine edge so does that make you Industrial?. Every year new trends come out but what’s important is to really find what you are drawn too and best represents you and your family and the way you like to live. We have brought together some of the style favourites with a few less common ones but no less beautiful or engaging. Unearth you Style with us.
Choosing a singular colour or a full palette for your next project can be extremely overwhelming so we have put together a range of colour schemes using your favourite Australian paint Companies. From a fresh Beachy vibe to a moody Urbanised look we have you covered. Use just one of the colours or mix the pairing colours as features in your favourite rooms. Bring your colour palette to Life
We love a great find as you all do and when it’s at a great price even better. From a piece of artwork, to bedlinen or even a simple cushion we want to bring the pieces we are loving and want to share them with you . See what we are loving at the moment.
Rich Timbers and colours mixed with texture and natural patterns create a fresh take on the everlasting Industrial style
Glosswood Form Series B30
Austral Bricks Bronze
Tile Boutique Concrete Rock Dark Grey
Caesarstone Turbine Grey
Glosswood Charcoal Square Trim
Polytec Notaio Walnut
Putting palettes together is a great way to see how texture and colour go together before starting a project. It allows you see what your hero elements would be and the supporting back drop pieces. You can also ensure you tonality is correct because you proceed to the next stage. It is a crucial part of the process for us in any project. Anything can be used for a flat lay, it doesn’t have to be a product, it can be a piece of jewellery, a picture , a scarf , a leaf or flower or even a piece of wood. Use items that reflect you and the look you are after. By layering pieces it will allow you see what items pop out and those are the key colours and textures to focus on.
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