How To Mix And Match Patterns For Beginners

If you’re fed up with boring plain block of colours and want to add a visual interest to your room, introducing pattern can be a good idea. Today I will give you few tips how to start. Choose the colour palette first. Decide which colours you like and check if they go well together. Weather itContinue reading “How To Mix And Match Patterns For Beginners”

Free Online Resources For Interior Design

When you’re designing your room you don’t necessarily want to spend money on a design software. Not everyone has a natural flair for interiors or trained eye for design, but that doesn’t mean that you cannot compose an appealing colour scheme or plan your space. There are free websites and softwares that can help youContinue reading “Free Online Resources For Interior Design”

Interior Design Trends For 2018. Part I

If minimalism and all white interiors are not your thing, or if you struggling to keep your house tidy and perfect, I have a good news for you. The 2018 trends in interiors forecast came to save you. In this post I will present few of them that I find interesting. Imperfection or WABI-SABI trendContinue reading “Interior Design Trends For 2018. Part I”

Colour Wheel – A Powerful Tool In Design

(Today I want to talk about a basic tool that can help you with creating a perfect colour combinations in your interiors- Invented in 1666 by Sir Isaak Newton colour wheel. This circular diagram of colours presents a logically arranged sequence of pure hues. The colour wheel is designed so that virtually any colours we pick from it will look good together.Continue reading “Colour Wheel – A Powerful Tool In Design”

What I Like About Dublin

Dublin always inspires me in terms of colours and textures. I like to have a walk in town centre and admire its unique and, very often bold, style. I like bright coloured pubs with hanging flower baskets and red brick building facades… Sharp, steel constructions wrapping the buildings are also very inspiring. Dublin is aContinue reading “What I Like About Dublin”