How to Organize the Colours in your Home

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  Often whilst working with clients, I notice the colours in certain rooms (especially in the bedrooms) and note comments from clients on how they are feeling. If there are red walls in the bedroom there is usually too much anger or passion in the client’s life right now. I often tell them to change the room colour to blue to help bring them calmness (to help them sleep) and to ensure there are less arguments with their loved ones.  Whilst red may be bad in the bedroom, it is great for the dining room to enable a lively appetite Read More

7 Tricks to Make your Room Feel Larger

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  For many residents in the region living in apartments and villas, space can be a premium. Storage solutions seem to be sparse and furniture seems to get bigger and bigger.  You also may have moved countries with all your stuff into homes that do not have the space to fit all of it or could be decorating your space making it seem smaller. Furniture plays a huge factor in making your home seem clutter and small if the pieces are too big or bulky. A trick I have learnt over the years is to move the furniture away from the windows Read More

5 Scientific Decorating Tips

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  Have you ever thought about decorating your house using science? Do you just choose the furniture item from the Ikea Catalogue and let the painter choose the paint colour? Well I didn’t think about science until I heard about Neuro-Architecture, which is where neuroscience combines with architecture to help influence design decisions.  It focuses on how the brain and nervous system reacts to build environments and has been used in hospitals, rehabilitation centres and workplaces to improve productivity. Using the findings in the various environments, they have been adapted to help change the interior design of the home.  Neuro-Architecture Read More