This personality loves a neutral palette and an often restrained, tightly composed approach.
It’s all about balance and harmony. Even when using quite a few accessories and pieces of furniture, the limited number of colours used will make the space appear elegant and restful. It’s a look that can be extremely detailed without being overly attention-grabbing, and which uses a high proportion of natural materials such as linen, cotton, stone, marble and timber. A current look that fits this personality is ‘New Nordic’ or ‘Scandi’ with its white walls, black accents, pale timbers and natural materials.
Left: Resene Quarter Fuscous Grey bedroom. Top right: Resene Black and Resene Alabaster bathroom. Bottom right: Resene Blanc walls with Resene Triple Milestone above fridge and Resene Quarter Pearl Lusta cabinet.
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