Residential Gallery

 
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Workshop at
Maissone Home

 

An interior styling workshop at Maissone Home where I used a collection of beautiful home decor from their studio to show how to perfectly style a sideboard. Sharing tips on how to identify a colour palette and use accent pieces effectively.

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Tranquil Master bedroom

 

A serene and tranquil master bedroom with a pop of colour.

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Injection of Colour

 

This modern living room and balcony has been brought to life with new decorative elements, accent pieces and new upholstery. 

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Contemporary with Warm Colour Tones

 

This new apartment was a blank canvas crying out for warm colours and texture. My client wanted a contemporary and relaxed look, which was achieved by mixing classic and modern pieces.  

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Before photos

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Scandinavian Influence

 

The philosophy behind Scandinavian styling is to keep it clean, pure, functional and beautiful. This was achieved in this apartment by using a neutral colour palette and lots of texture such as wood, rattan, wool and leather.  

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Calming Blues

 

This modern apartment was styled with shades of calming and cooling blues. Dining chairs and ottomans were reupholstered in gorgeous navy fabric. Cushions, rugs, plants and other decorative items were used to inject colour and texture into the space. 

 

The calming colour scheme was carried through in a 'kids zone' within the living area. By keeping the colour palette the same, the rooms all work together in harmony.