Playing With Scale

Playing with scale is an essential trick of a stylist's trade. sibella-court-stylist-alphabet-etcetera-spindle Experiment with objects of different shapes and heights, such as the long, spindly branch, flat stacked picture frames, a domed velvet horseriding hat and the length of blue and white striped Japanese fabric seen here. sibella-court-etc-B Every interior should have pieces, such as this large-scale carnivale letter embellished with multi-coloured Christmas lights, which inject a sense of humour. Playing with scale also acts as another layer in your interior scheme. sibella-court-stylist-alphabet-etcetera-low Rethink the height of your furniture and create a whole new perspective for your room. This Bedouin-inspired living area, with its rich layers of rugs and throws, low-slung tables, daybed and floor cushions, instantly evokes an exotic, hedonistic atmosphere. sibella-court-styling-tips-ecetera-birch-bed A play on scale – the oversized porcelain apple and giant 'S' above the bed – can also give the interior a sense of fun in an Alice In Wonderland kind of way. Shop the look by mixing a few of our fabric covered lanterns which come in a range of sizes and shapes. Hang the UFO with two small Bola 25 lanterns to create a dreamy atmosphere in a lounge area or bedroom.  Alternatively, liven up your space with our extra large Bamboo cloche which sits beutifully as a pendant over a kitchen bench or add a few above an outdoor dining area.  

FILED 14, Apr 2016

  • SYDNEY SHOP & STUDIO 3.02 75 Mary Street St Peters NSW 2044
  • MONDAY - FRIDAY 10AM-4pm OR BY APPOINTMENT
  • 02 9516 5643
  • SYDNEY SHOP & STUDIO 3.02 75 Mary Street St Peters NSW 2044
  • 02 9516 5643
  • MONDAY - FRIDAY 10AM-4pm OR BY APPOINTMENT