Monday moodboard

I love Grey. All the shades, tones and hues of it. And lets not forget Mr Christian himself….Read more about my obsession with it here. (the colour that is!)

Here is a litte bit of dark grey inspiration to set the week off.

Dramatic and bold, its the perfect colour for creating a statement and setting a mood. My absolute favourite charcoal paint colour which I have used countless times is Plascon Bovine (E29-6).

Hope this inspires you to cross over to the ‘dark’ side too!Charcoal

Monday moodboard | no 3

Since yesterday was all about L-O-V-E, today’s interior moodboard is all about Red.

Full of drama and passion, it’s not a color for the faint of heart, but when thoughtfully used—whether on a wall or in a handful of accessories—it can make a room come alive.

red red

Recreate this space | Edition 2

This week we are looking at a dining room made for the sophisticated gourmet!

It’s a touch dark, moody and quite masculine with the clean contemporay lines. Especially love the pop of electric blue offset by the gold accents.

See the Little Black Book below…

Blog recreate 03.02.2016

  1. ceramic flare bottle vase – mr price home


  1. blue swipe tapered vase – weylandts


  1. blue swipe jar – weylandts


  1. sunburst wood mirror – @home


  1. canvas painted kaleidoscope 90x120cm – @home


  1. replica tom dixon beat shade fat lamp – illumina


  1. replica tom dixon beat shade tall pendant – illumina


  1. replica tom dixon beat shade wide pendant – illumina


  1. mezze rug colour turquoise sky – hertex


  1. lari dinning table – tonic design


  1. hemingway dinning chair – styleast with velvet punch, bolshoi colour cobalt – home fabrics


  1. glass top table lamp – crema design


Monday moodboard

We will be kickstarting the week by bringing you a mood board to inspire and daydream. (And preoccupy you while you acclimatise to the new working week!)


This week the mood board scheme is the new Pantone 2016 Colour of the year. Introducing Rose Quartz…. and Serenity! Yip, for the first time in history, Pantone decided that there will be two colours which they have described as “a harmonious pairing of inviting shades that embody a mindset of tranquility and inner peace.”

The soft muted shades pair beautifully with current favs Copper and Rose Gold. As they do with white and light timbers. So watch out for these tones as they will start to dominate across fashion, jewellery and interior decor trends this year.

Pantone colour of the year