Anne Roselt, Plascon Colour Manager
An out-of-the-ordinary display of intriguing items or pictures is what really elevates a room from ordinary to something really special, and if you are looking for individuality and authenticity, look no further than Timothy Oulton…
Or consider the design of this chic office (above) by Los Angeles designer, Mary McDonald.
Colour-coded bookshelves are a trend that is either loved or hated. I had fun colour-coding my bookshelves, so I am a fan.
Above is Allan McCollum‘s collection of Forty Plaster Surrogates. You may not notice at first glance, but the frames are different colours.
The lounge (above) was designed by my good friend, Charlie Vettori…
Internationally acclaimed interior designer, Stephen Falcke: this image (above) from his book, Stephen Falcke Interior Design.
A collection of items, no matter how mundane, when grouped together and creatively displayed, increases the appeal of the individual pieces. We would love to see if you have any creative collections – so please send us your pics.