Tips from Abigail Ahern - Part 2 of 3
Abigail provided us with so many wonderful tips we have divided this post into three sections. Take a look at our first part of tips here.
Following on... colour, pattern and texture can add depth to a space as does herbs and spices to cooking. It can take a space from bland to brilliant.
Colour: Did you realise that paint and colour is the cheapest, most transformative tool to use in an interior? Neutrals can become cool when an odd/crazy colour, like neon pink, is added.
Pattern: Abigail suggests to mix patterns in a similar colour pallet and your room will be elevated to another level. Rugs with some sort of pattern are really important. We suggest our Dash & Albert rugs which are available online here.
Texture: You can’t overdo. The more you mix the more exciting!
Need some pieces.. We are thinking our Dash & Albert rugs, the zig zag misty quilt cover from Kip & Co, the Dora cushion and Barton was the Master collage by Little Land of Pia which are all available online.
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Bedroom with a neon pink touch, living space with bright yellow doors, one of Abigail's rooms, a kitchen space with floral wall paper, Mia rug from Dash & Albert