As the world begins to embrace the action of self-isolation at home, it’s important to create a sanctuary at home to enhance the well-being of you and your family. By making simple and effective changes to your home, not only will that promote a healthy way of living, but also create a fun way to keep you motivated and creative whilst staying indoors during this period of time.
1. Monochrome is coming back
Choose a monochrome palette to circumvent the challenging task of coordinating colours when designing your home interiors.
The interior of this home designed by Nickolas Gurtler in the leafy suburb of Applecross in Perth, embodies the art of putting together a monochromatic space. Incorporate accent tones like gold, black and espresso against the primary palette of white and grey to imbue a sense of allure whilst preserving a contemporary appeal. To cut through the richness of the fabrics and colours, select cushions that have a natural pattern or strong geometric shapes and place them individually across the sofa as opposed to clustering them together.
2. Imbue personality in your home with art
Another simple and easy way to create personality in your home is the use of artwork. The Nick Leary Art Collection is a collaboration with King Living between two authentic, Australian-made creative brands. Much like Leary’s artworks, decide upon artworks that are beautifully minimalistic without overwhelming your space. This will work incredibly well with any interior aesthetics you have.
3. Protect and preserve for a healthy home