[gn_heading style=”1″]Putting the Icing on the Cake [/gn_heading]
Can I just say that styling other people’s homes truly makes my heart sing… on that very passionate note, I thought I would share a re-style that I completed last week.
This lovely bedroom belongs to a holiday home- it’s a modern style home about 8 years old. The main bedroom in particular needed a lift; as you can see from the picture below- it was already a beautiful bedroom- it had good bones and a decent ensemble. However the original crème- ochre tones of the duvet and the natural tones of the bedroom/ cupboard ensemble were working against the green feature wall behind. For a main bedroom in a holiday home, it needed more- specifically in the areas of warmth and expression!
[gn_heading style=”1″]Invite the feature wall to the bedroom zhooshing party[/gn_heading]
I am sure every stylist has their own way of working that makes sense to them- my personal styling theory for feature-walls is that they look their best when there is some sort of conversation going on between them and the other decor items in the room- such as similar pops of colour-tones or mood.
[gn_heading style=”1″]Simplicity and Style in Nature [/gn_heading]
I simply added some green and purple tones, a duvet cover, a throw and some plain coloured pillows. I also added some dried Banksia bush to the light fitting behind simply because it’s the simple details that give a space expression! Do you have any favourite styling rules that make sense to you? Do share with me; I would love to hear about them!