Homemaker The Valley’s resident stylist can help you makeover your home, just in time for the holiday season!
Spring is here and with it comes the opportunity to freshen up your living quarters and inject your home with a fresh new look.
Sometimes all you need is a fresh eye and some inspiration to open up new possibilities. Lucky for you, Homemaker The Valley is here to help you transform your living space.
Their resident stylist Morgan Braithwaite is available to give free advice on creating stylish interiors for a room in your home. All you need to do is bring in photos and measurements of the space you are wanting to transform and Morgan will help you design the home of your dreams.
Morgan believes that the arrival of the spring and summer seasons will see a welcome shift in interior trends.
“I feel spring and summer inspired designs are moving from the East Coast and Hamptons style interiors to the West Coast with large inspiration coming from California coastal to Palm Springs,” she says.”This season we will continue to see a lot of the palm tree and tropical inspired patterns with influences of other tropical foliage including ferns and hibiscus flowers.
“The colours of these textiles are not necessarily in your classic tropical green tones with a lot of them being influenced with chartreuse, navy and even rustic coral tones. As a designer from Queensland, I’m always getting excited about spring and summer trends, as they fit in so perfectly with our climate and lifestyle.”
When it comes to naming a space in your home that deserves a little extra love and attention, Morgan couldn’t go past the bedroom.
“The bedroom would have to be number one for most people,” she says. “We spend so much time sleeping, so it’s important to invest in a quality bed, pillows and bed linen to ensure a good night’s sleep. You also want to go home to an inviting and relaxing space at the end of a long day.
“Consider creating focal points through art, textiles such as fabric, upholstery and wallpaper, scatter cushions and vignettes. Cluster objects and accessories in groups, thinking about layering different colours, shapes, sizes and textures to create interest.
“Invest in good foundations. The most highly used and largest item will be your sofa, therefore think about the size and shape which best fits the space. Keep the sofa fairly neutral and simplistic and inject some artistic flair with the addition of scatter cushions to finish the look.”
Boasting over 30 of Brisbane’s finest home, lifestyle, food and fashion stores, Homemaker The Valley is your inspiration destination. These curators of style can help you transform every aspect of your home.
To book your free style session with Morgan visit www.homemakerthevalley.com.au.
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