Steal Julie’s style CLASSIC
The secret to Julie’s interiors? Colour, pattern and traditional pieces.
FIVE WAYS TO GET THE LOOK
1 Start with a neutral base for walls and furniture like sofas and armchairs. Bring in colour with cushions, rugs, throws and other accessories. 2
Key pieces in classic shapes and dark hues are common themes. In Julie’s home, the ebony of the cabinetry is echoed in the dining chairs, hall console, coffee table and more. Mix with natural wood tones to add warmth. 3
Repetition and symmetry are also key elements of classic style. 4
The traditional blue-and-white colour palette looks great when layered throughout. Try fabrics in florals, ticking, spots and plains. Stay with similar tones for a polished, cohesive look. 5
Introduce patterns and textures with cushions, rugs, wallpaper and linens in your chosen shades. Add a touch of the outdoors with potted plants and flowers.
Colour play A blue-and-white palette brings together an eclectic mix of patterns.
DIAMOND TUFTED Ella king single bedhead,
$245, from Living Styles.
BOTANICAL PRINTS Epherica Art downloadable prints, $17.84 for 2, from Etsy.
Salt & Pepper Zone alarm clock in Gold, $20.95, from Kitchen Warehouse.
GUM TREE FLORAL Antheia cushion, $49.95, from Linen House.
FRENCH STYLE Hampton bedside table, $299, from Early Settler.