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Styling & Softening Modern Interiors

Infuse modern interiors by layering textures within your hardware & homewares whilst maintaining their contemporary appeal. 

  

Texture plays a crucial role in creating a sense of warmth and visual interest in any space. This can easily be achieved through layering textiles, patterns & colours but it is also essential to consider your hardware in this regard. Incorporate a variety of textured drawer handles or mix & match your metals & materials to emphasise the space.

 

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Embracing natural materials can soften a space. Incorporating pieces with wooden accents, whether in the form of furniture, flooring, or decor. Perhaps opt for pieces with unconventional textures such as; rope, cane, or leather. Our pieces are hand-crafted which means that they will all vary slightly in appearance, giving your interior that added level of warmth and personality. Especially to a blank slate of a space. 

  

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Incorporate a mix of ambient, task, and accent lighting to provide layers of illumination and create visual interest. Consider using table lamps, floor lamps, and wall sconces. Our russes wall light or shipwright desk lamps are crafted using rope - the ultimate way to enhance the visual interest and textural feel of an interior. Ensure to use a warm-toned bulb.  

 

Cozy Furnishings and personal touches. Opt for plush sofas, such as our Shipley range designed by Sibella, accompanied by soft upholstery and our cushion range. Create cozy seating areas where people can gather and relax, whether it's around a fireplace or a central coffee table. Be sure to include your own curiosities & objects to make it yours. So go ahead, embrace these techniques, and transform your modern space into a cozy retreat that you'll love coming home to.

 

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 These photos were captured at the beautiful Piermont Retreat in Swansea, Tasmania. Checkout their site here & book your next stay!

 

 

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