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The Art of Colour

This season, Shaynna Blaze has perfected a range of homewares and bedding that will invite the light into your home, and bring a pop of colour through the cooler months.

The Art of Colour


FIND COLOUR IN YOUR BEDROOM


We love Shaynna’s beige and grey colours throughout this collection, because they are easy to incorporate into your own home. You don’t have to be the queen of style herself to take this collection and make it your own, with a wide range of products that would suit any space. Think of yourself cuddled up on the couch, with a cup of coffee.

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The soft pink hues, botanical greens and bursts of blue coming through give the bedding a deepness and feeling of texture. There’s just something so inviting about beautifully crafted watercolour finishings that make you want to curl up with a cup of tea and a book and settle into your bed for the afternoon. It may be dark and gloomy outside, but your bedroom will always remind you of a beautiful day when its complimented by native flora. Balance the bright colours with some of Shaynna’s dark taupe and light grey throws and cushions. The contrast will give your bed depth and make it look even cosier.


FIND COLOUR ON YOUR TABLE


It doesn’t stop in your bedroom either, brighten your entire home with touches of pastel. With a range of contemporary homewares available to choose from, your home will be picture perfect all year round. Textures and timbers also feature across the collection, with porcelain white salt and pepper shakers complete with timber toppings. When used with the pastels, you will have a complete look throughout all of the rooms in your house. There is an art in picking colours.
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