Introducing The Serif by Samsung
A spacious interior doesn’t mean it has to be a large space, it’s about using your space efficiently.
I prefer to avoid the visual clutter at home, keeping things stream lined and organised is important.
My home, a considered blank canvas also helps to sooth the eye ( I love a white wall and floor) plus suitable storage in every zone of your home is key to maximise space. A great tip is to group like objects together to create a harmonious space.
I love the concept of Samsung’s Eco-Packaging, it’s all about creativity and thinking differently to make something for your space from the packaging the TV comes in. It’s really great when a brand chooses to lead the way with thinking to create a shift, I really do carefully consider my personal impact on the environment and have always loved creativity, reusing and rethinking.
I love adding natural elements and personal touches to my home, I have to real really want, need or love something ( or all three) for it to make it into my home, all thoughtful and considered additions
Starting piece or point, when decorating a room think about a piece that grounds or defines a space. It’s always good to have a piece that is the “hero” piece, something that everything else works around. This could be an artwork on the wall, a piece of furniture or a beautiful TV like The Serif.
I love creating vignettes in my home, styled up moments be it on a dining table, console, shelf or bedside table and books are always a great styling tool
I love a simple clean white palette its the base for my home, lived in and not cold I love using materials to make my home look and feel comfortable
Creating a home that is me is really is important our homes are a reflection of who we are; love your home and love who you are
Floor rug Pampa
Timber stool Mark Tuckey
large resin shell Pineapple Traders
Yellow Chair Thonet
large vase ( on console) Melissa Le Llouche
Whale tail vase Clay Canoe