Bright, sunny and relaxing, it’s no won­der these colours are so pop­u­lar.

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You don’t need to live near the coast to use sea greens and blues to freshen-up your in­te­rior.


Aqua tones are per­fect to zhoosh up a neu­tral base pal­ette. They work so well with grey, which has be­come many peo­ple’s neu­tral of choice. The aqua ac­ces­sories on

Kobi’s deck look great along­side the grey bean­bag and grey­ing tim­ber. 2 A va­ri­ety of plain and pat­terned aqua coloured ac­ces­sories fea­ture in this home. Choos­ing sim­i­lar colour tones al­lows you to in­tro­duce lots of dif­fer­ent pat­terns and still cre­ate a co­he­sive look. Imag­ine what the house would look like with­out the many pat­terned soft fur­nish­ings and rugs. They give an oth­er­wise min­i­mal­ist space per­son­al­ity and char­ac­ter. 3

Green and blue glass­ware also looks lovely with these aqua tones. Its trans­parency adds an­other vis­ual di­men­sion and tex­ture. 4

For a co­or­di­nated look through­out your house, use the same tones in ev­ery room. You’ll see how beau­ti­fully it works here in Kobi and Ge­or­gia’s home. Even the tow­els and plant pot in the bath­room con­tinue the theme.


4 2 3 1. No­mad lantern in Turquoise, small, $59.95, from Do­mayne.

2. Out­door cush­ion in Trop­i­cal, $8, from Kmart. 3. Sun­view out­door chair in Tu­lum Ocean, sin­gle, from $1699*, from Har­vey Nor­man. 4. Out­door rug in Stripe, $35, from Kmart. 5. Del­tona out­door lounge chair in Blue, $199.95, from Zanui.


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