Today seems suitably wintry to feature this stunning apartment which sits beside Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown. This apartment caught our eye with its punch of colour and pattern layered over a simple, minimal canvas – showcasing just what an impact soft furnishing and homewares can have on a space, as well as considered details.
We caught up with Interior Designer Rosa Milne from Interior Workroom for a quick Q&A
Our clients asked us to ‘ breathe new life’ into their Queenstown holiday apartment. So the girls at Interior Workroom got busy and delivered a concept for the property proposing a tranquil retreat, sitting above the bustle of Queenstown below.
Our design direction and selection of furniture were chosen to enhance the existing finishes, with the use of linens, wools, bold prints and pops of colour to add an element of playfulness.
This is hard to describe really but hopefully it’s seen as considered, colourful with lots of personality.
We love the use of bright bold fabrics and accessories, what is your design advice to someone wanting to integrate colour into their home?
Think about how you want your interior environment to feel and how it’s being used in context. Be honest when selecting colours making sure they reflect your personality. Keep it natural, unpolished and alive.