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Creating Dark and Moody Spaces

If you're the kind of person who loves a drizzly afternoon, sitting by the window with a camomile tea (or other hot beverage), with a good book, listening to sweet beats, or just watching the rain hit the glass, then you'll know the inspiration and energy that can come from a dark and moody space. 

Adding dark colours and textures to rooms, whether large or small, can create a cosy space you just want to hunker down in and never leave!

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Tips for decorating with Green

Green is the colour of growth, of spring, of renewal and rebirth. It renews and restores depleted energy. It is the sanctuary away from the stresses of modern living, restoring us back to a sense of well being. This is why there is so much of this relaxing colour on the earth.

Explore tips and ideas on decorating with this rejuvenating colour.

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Go Native

Go Native Collection

Create a native inspired interior by incorporating a range of indigenous and cultural influences from around the world. This look is warm and inviting. It is all about connection, earth and sanctuary. 

If this look suits you, we've got lots of Aboriginal Art ideas and decorating tips that can help you create your space.

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Tips for decorating with Turquoise

Decorate your interior with turquoise - tips and advice on decorating with this exotic colour #utopialane #interiors #decorating #turquoise

Did you know that in colour psychology, the colour turquoise controls and heals the emotions creating emotional balance and stability? What better colour to influence a space!  If you're considering decorating with this colour, or you need inspiration, we have some great ideas to help you. 

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It's Australian Springtime!

Gloria Petyarre painting
Give your home a makeover this Spring starting with a new piece of art! Gloria Petyarre's Leaves, Mary Petyarre's Wild flowers, or Glady Kemarre's Conkerberry Dreaming in soft layers of dots are all perfect Spring inspiration.
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