Colourful home interiors
Over the years I have grown to love colour, whether small splashes of colour or a feature wall painted in my fave colour of the moment. You can use colours in a home to create a mood or atmosphere and all you need are a tin of paint a paintbrush and some joie de vivre.
Krista Ewart's love of fashion and fabrics has always been a constant source of inspiration for her interior designs, which are colourful, fresh and graphic in nature. I love the fact that furniture is not something you would find in a retail store, but more what you could make with basic DIY skills and having seen the designs feature above and below, I am tempted to make both the dining chairs and coffee table.
Nick Olsen uses unexpected colour combinations to create upbeat interiors. He's also a DIY enthusiast and uses a DIY approach to achieve stylish, expensive touches rather than pay over-the-top fees charged by the pros. He offers the advice that if you can sew and paint the world is your oyster.
"I'm a little obsessed with how things are made, so I'll always examine a throw pillow to figure out how to replicate a Turkish corner, or curtain panels so I can make my own French pinch pleats. These are the soigné details that can make a room and the extra DIY effort really pays off."
ABOVE & BELOW: An example of Olsen's use of colour can be seen in this gorgeous pink, green and turquoise bedroom. The room explodes with colour, texture and pattern in a delightful way that refreshes and uplifts.
Designers, Massucco Warner Miller, love to incorporate colour into their interiors.
This team of interior designers bring a unique style and energy that bring a freshness and vibrancy to projects. Using classical motifs in a modern way, to reflect their clients' personalities and lifestyles.