Pat­terns Of Life

Singapore Tatler Homes - - EDITOR’S PICKS -

For the con­sum­mate min­i­mal­ist, it may seem daunt­ing to dab­ble with pat­terns. But with the right mix, these can add a tac­tile di­men­sion to your in­te­rior, as dis­cussed in Greg Natale’s new­est tome, The Pat­terned In­te­rior. The cel­e­brated Aus­tralian in­te­rior de­signer’s knack for pat­tern is well-il­lus­trated through­out the book, whether in colour­fully max­i­mal­ist abodes, rus­tic coun­try­side houses, coastal homes or in a mod­ern min­i­mal­ist apart­ment. Natale him­self says it best: “Pat­tern pro­vokes, it unites, it in­spires and it gets us talk­ing. It is my sin­cere hope that this book will ig­nite in you a pas­sion for pat­tern . . . and per­haps it might just start a con­ver­sa­tion.” greg­na­

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