I love bold patterns. I often opt for solid colours out of safety, but once in a while there’s something too incredible for me to pass over.
A dress I bought in Singapore – the base has the most intricate and delicate design.
It doesn’t matter whether it’s clothing or decor. Sometimes something more is needed to create a stronger contrast, and a more daring image.
My favourite summer yellow with a floral print.
Too much, of course, is overpowering and overly busy. The eye cannot settle and everything clashes.
Mixing pattern and solids.
I love a balance. Which is, ultimately, a philosophy I try and follow in most aspects of my life.
Modern bohemian prints. I’m a bit of a sucker for them.
I bought a sheet of wrapping paper just to frame on the wall.
The perfect touch in the bedroom. A bright splash of colour that’s not too distracting.
How do you incorporate patterns into your every day life?
One thing I loved about Prague was the architecture and design. Everywhere I looked, there was something beautiful to see.
There was one tea house that I went to many times. It was quiet amidst a bustling city. With delicious tea and books spread throughout.
A colourful assortment
And the back hallway leading to the bathroom was decorated in the most wonderful way. Light streaming, and an eclectic assortment of decorations and plants. Everything placed seemingly haphazardly, and yet it all fit so well together.
This is also one of the reasons I love white walls. They make colours pop, and they practically glow in the sunlight. This hallway has been a huge inspiration for my decorating.