FIVE HOME DECORATING SECRETS
LEARNT FROM FASHION STYLING
The Home is excited to announce its partnership with stylist and presenter Jules Sebastian for the next season of her popular interview series, Tea with Jules presented by The Home. Jules Sebastian will film her interviews with celebrities including: Shelley Barrett, The Bachelor’s Sam Wood, and Wiggles stars Emma Watkins and Lachlan Gillespie, at The Home’s studios in Sydney CBD.
The beautiful set has been designed with furniture and decor from The Home to complement Jules’ style. ‘I wanted it to have a welcoming feel so my guests would feel relaxed, and for the style to be modern with a touch of luxe,’ said Jules.
The first interview from the season will air in June, so in the meantime, Jules has shared her top five decorating secrets learnt from fashion styling with us.
5 HOME DECORATING SECRETS LEARNT FROM FASHION STYLING
with stylist Jules Sebastian.
FIND YOUR STYLE
Just like in fashion, there are endless different home decorating styles to choose from – Scandinavian, French Provincial, Hamptons or Industrial to mention a few. Try to find a style you love, and then keep it consistent throughout your home.
KEEP THE BASE NEUTRAL
A neutral base (a good pair of jeans or a plain white shirt) coordinated with accent pieces (coloured accessories and or fun layering pieces) are the basics for a chic wardrobe. The same goes in interiors – keep walls and big ticket furniture such as sofas, tables and bedheads in neutral colours, and have fun with your décor pieces using them to inject personality with colours, prints and patterns.
PLAY WITH TEXTURE
To create interest in your outfit, playing with textures such as lace, fur or leather is key. The same goes for interiors, especially when you have a monochrome colour palette such as in the popular Scandinavian style. This particular look is made more interesting by adding animal hides, exposed timber or raw concrete.
SPEND ON THE IMPORTANT STUFF
When it comes to your wardrobe, you should invest in premium quality when it comes to timeless pieces such as a coat, handbag and cashmere jumper, to keep you going from season to season. In homewares, you should be prepared to spend on big ticket items such as a mattress, couch and dining table, ensuring the quality and the look is timeless for years to come.
ACCESSORISE WITH TRENDS
Once you’ve got your quality basics in neutral colours, you can amp up your style season to season with colourful trend pieces. Same goes for interiors – with rose gold and marble being two of the hottest homewares trends at the moment, you can luxe up your neutral interiors with accent pieces such a candles, vases or a pendant light in the materials.
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