Decorate to stimulate all five senses
Good decorating takes all of our senses into account – sight, sound, taste, smell and touch. Are all these in play at chez vous?
To get started, designer Sally Morse, the director of creative services for leading manufacturer, Hunter Douglas, gives us her top tips on how to create a home that’s both stimulating to the senses and stylish as well.
First, Morse suggests scoping out every room to see if a little tweaking might be in order. Here, it’s important to keep a critical eye and take into account the details you may have previously overlooked.
Hunter Douglas Design Studio Roman Shades pull together the various colours used in this bedroom for a harmonious look. Fabric: Seaside, colour: Waterfall (bottom right). Alustra Vignette Modern Roman Shades from Hunter Douglas add light control and privacy with softness to this living room (top right).