One of the hottest trends of the season is copper — when paired with a punch of fluro, it's the perfect combination. I consider copper a ‘neutral’, so this is always a staple in my home and is the perfect accent to create a layered interior.
I always say to people looking to style or design their own space, start with a monochromatic base and add layers with punchy accents. Copper objects and accessories contrast perfectly to a neutral background of black, white, marble and timber.
If you struggle with colour and balance, choose one accent colour and use this as your base. Match your flowers, accessories and decorative items to this base and then add your ‘neutrals’ of copper and timber.
Use fluro tones sparingly and pair back with natural textures. The contrast between bright and bold fluro tones is dulled down with more earthy elements such as linen and timber.
Decorative accessories such as small sculptural pieces add an eclectic vibe to your space. I love using graphic objects that add interest to your decorating staples, such as books and candles.
Adding a pop of fluro in the kitchen with napery and tea towels is a great way to transition from season to season. These small, interchangeable accessories are the perfect way to change up your look without completely re-decorating.