Posted June 2021Creative freedom is where the magic happens. Case in point – this beautiful home basking under the Californian sun in Los Angeles. I was lucky enough to be appointed with decorating and furnishing the entire abode by the owners, a busy young family who were repeat clients. Their trust was unwavering throughout the process from concept development to product sourcing, undertaken 12,000 kilometres away in my Coal Coast studio. Although the majority of work was done remotely, three weeks were spent in LA sourcing the final touches, coordinating deliveries and installing all the furniture, art and décor to transform the residence into a laid-back, stylish Cali Cool home.
Posted May 2021Do it yourself or hire a professional? That is one of the first questions to answer when you decide that your interiors need a refresh or complete overhaul. If you have a keen interest in interior styling and are confident in knowing exactly what you like and don’t like and how each of those elements will work together, you may choose to take it on yourself. Basic styling is a skill that can be developed if the underlying concepts and design elements are understood but more often than not, no amount of home magazine subscriptions and Pinterest boards will make the process completely free of stress, decision-fatigue and costly mistakes.
Posted April 2021Would you like your home to feel like you’re on a permanent holiday? With international travel on pause for now, bringing a relaxed ambience into the comfort of your own abode has never been more appealing. Embrace these simple styling tips that I utilise time and time again for my interior styling clients and you too can recreate a breezy holiday vibe.
Posted March 2021Sometimes the stars align. Introducing you to a recent dream project we had the pleasure of transforming - a newly purchased Newtown terrace by an award-winning girl-boss with mindful values and a laid back, social lifestyle. The brief? A low-maintenance, fit-for-purpose interior and courtyard with eco-conscious, sustainable considerations throughout. There was to be no white in sight (with the exception of the walls), no leather, no strong pattern and... (this was a first) no TV! A colour palette of deep greens, blues and greys with earthy tones were chosen to reflect an oasis of calm for the busy entrepreneur.
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