A Sydney Influencer Has a Trick to Make Your Home Look and Feel Minimal
Arguably, your living room is the most central space in a home—is there anything better than curling up on your couch with your favourite wine after a long day? Your home should resemble your personal taste and style, we love the infinite styling potential a living room can possess, velvet or tasseled cushions? Rattan or upholstered reading chair? The options for creating a relaxing escape are endless. We’ve long loved Talisa Sutton for her impeccable style, and now, this influencer and INF / Network membe has become our go-to for interiors, too.
Sutton has been working on renovating her house, and we've come to the conclusion that she's perfected the art of minimal living. Her key tip for keeping your home in true Scandi style? Keep everything neutral. From the floors to the walls, and even the art work, Sutton’s home proves that simple really is best.
Inspired by her space, we asked Sutton for the styling rules she followed for her new digs. Read on, to see what she had to say.
DON’T BE AFRAID OF USING THE SAME COLOUR FOR EVERYTHING
"I have always been drawn to light interiors and furniture. When we moved in, we had the floors sanded and painted white, and we gave the walls a fresh coat of bright white paint. Particularly with smaller spaces, it gives the illusion of space and reflects light throughout the apartment. All the pieces we have collected tend to fall into this neutral palette of white, ivory, natural wood and tan, or they're black."
AN INTEROR REFRESH DOESN'T HAVE TO COST A LOT
"We had already built up a small furniture collection when we moved into this place, so we worked the layout around our existing pieces. We then added greenery and artwork to make it feel fresh and inviting. I think the simple colour palette and use of plants and cosy textures makes it a very relaxing space."
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