Artwork (small) ‘Clay Bird’ print by Stacey Rees via Modern Times. To help showcase the colour palette, Bree overhauled a modern, open plan living and dining space by incorporating soft pinks, warm whites and rich reds – all of which built on the room’s existing features. “The space is a beautiful, light-filled modern extension in a family home with great architectural details – we wanted to showcase this by using the natural, muted tones from the Flourish palette on the wall as a tonal backdrop to the stronger accent colour and then punctuate the interior with bold, daring colours in the decor to create a more distinct look and feel,” says Bree.
When applying colour, Bree recommends starting with a tonal palette that connects with your main furniture pieces. Artwork (small) ‘Clay Bird’ print by Stacey Rees via Modern Times. Autumn palettes tend to consist of warm hues – both neutral and rich tones – and you can layer beautiful variations of these colours to add depth to your space.
If you want to replicate the Flourish palette, test a a couple of key colours you initially gravitate towards and leave them up on your walls for 2-3 days to ensure the colour(s) work in your space and under different lighting conditions, both natural and artificial.