pip brett

“Colour really makes my heart sing! For this fresh, fun space, I’ve used brave, bold block colours to create my dream room. I love an element of surprise, so I’ve clashed patterns and geometric shapes, and played with scale to create a playful, exciting look and feel.

Inspired by holidays in Palm Springs and Miami - I’ve brought the outdoors in with indoor plants, used colourful artwork and a green feature wall to channel that vibrant, happy feel.”

Pip Brett

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Pip's Tips

  • Yellow is like magic! Use it as an accent colour to make your other colours pop.
  • Looking for inspiration for a new colour scheme? Start by pulling key colours from your favourite artwork to build a colour palette for your room.
  • Use directional lines to take your eye on a journey through the room. Try fine-lined furniture or fittings in black, or experiment by painting a linear pattern on the wall.

 

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escapade create the look

1. ‘I Think of You’ artwork by Leah Bartholomew, Greenhouse Interiors 2. Kip & Co Velvet Pea Cushion, Jumbled 3. Sage & Clare Henriette cushion, Jumbled 4. Goods Miranda Skoczek The Polka Cushion, Jumbled 5. Nunki Coffee Table, Iacoli & McAllister 6. Kano Rug by Dash and Albert, Jumbled 7. Bumper Large Ottoman, Blu Dot 8. Popham Kelly tiles in Indigo/Milk, Tiento Tiles 9. Perf Cabinet Low by Diesel for Moroso, Hub Furniture 10. Flora Fun Cushion by Annie Everingham x Jumbled, Jumbled 11. Muuto Oslo Sofa, Living Edge 12. Large Modern Tribal Resin Platter, Dinosaur Designs 13. Ginkgo Vase, Jumbled 14. Mira Arched in Ocean, Middle of Nowhere 15. 05 Chandelier, Douglas & Bec


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