When it comes to incorporating more than one pattern into a room, how do you make this work?
There is often overlap in colours between different patterns which you can play with and accent. Be creative in how you introduce pattern into the room. You could be subtle and consider scatter cushions in different parts of a pattern which the pattern repeat is large, giving the concept of pattern mixing. Consider a patterned wallpaper for the walls with a patterned throw in similar tones for example.
LEFT: Inspired by the infamous craggy mountain range on the Isle of Skye, Cuillin Edge has been paired here with our Papyrus, Chapelle and Payne's Grey.
What colours are you naturally drawn to for your own home and why?
I love blues, I think because they remind me of the skies and coastline. I love being by the sea, I find it very calming and blues in the home can be very relaxing and timeless. I also love warm, uplifting feel good colours such as warm yellows and rosy pinks, especially when they catch the late afternoon light at this time of year.