Sunday Times

INTRODUCE COLOUR TO YOUR HOME

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1 Embrace a feature wall — make it modern and fresh by choosing a contempora­ry hue for a wall with a panelled or textured finish.

2 Forget the white subway tile, be bold with a coloured bathroom tile. If bright isn’t your style, a subtle pastel hue is a great way to use colour.

3 Add colour with art, if coloured finishes aren’t your thing. This allows you to move the colour around your home as you please.

4 Decor items such as cushions, books and florals are perfect for decorators who appreciate small pops of colour in the home.

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Treat your dining table like you would your coffee table and style it with book stacks, interestin­g objects and candles to bring it to life.
Oliveri has played with contrasts throughout her home, for example, the vintage leather sofa and contempora­ry marble coffee table in the living room.
STYLE TIP Treat your dining table like you would your coffee table and style it with book stacks, interestin­g objects and candles to bring it to life. Oliveri has played with contrasts throughout her home, for example, the vintage leather sofa and contempora­ry marble coffee table in the living room.
 ??  ?? A concrete wet room — floors, walls, bath and side table — by Damian was added to the original bathroom and is one of the couple's favourite rooms. The minimalist tapware is the perfect accompanim­ent to the starkness of the concrete.
A concrete wet room — floors, walls, bath and side table — by Damian was added to the original bathroom and is one of the couple's favourite rooms. The minimalist tapware is the perfect accompanim­ent to the starkness of the concrete.
 ??  ?? Olive green tiles and cabinetry were teamed with aged brass tapware and a concrete benchtop to give the original bathroom a modern makeover.
Olive green tiles and cabinetry were teamed with aged brass tapware and a concrete benchtop to give the original bathroom a modern makeover.

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