Feel Good Colour


living in colour

Colour is the quickest way to bring your space to life and express your style, whether you like a little or a lot. Take a cue from UK-based textile designer Margo Selby, known for her bold use of colour and geometric patterns. Here’s how to embrace colour - from a small splash to a head-first dive.



“I always like a really strong pop of something bright.”

Margo Selby



Designed in Margo’s Whitstable studio, her West Elm collection is handcrafted by artisan weavers in India, bridging traditional craft techniques and a distinctly modern aesthetic. The unifying thread through her work? Graphic geometric and high-contrast colours, in large and small doses.





3 ways to decorate with colour

While sometimes intimidating, colour is here to help - it easily tailors to your style and comfort level. Here are three easy ways to bring it into your home, no matter where you fall on the crazy-for-colour spectrum.



1.
add pops of colour with accessories

Pillows, artwork, vases and throws. easy to refresh when the mood or season strikes, consider these low-commitment colour boosters.

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Pro tip:

Avoid making every accent the same colour. To create dimension without going colour crazy, choose a multicoloured rug or pillow you love, then pull out 2-3 colours from that pattern to serve as your palette.





2.
think next-level with colourful furniture

From a splashy ottoman to a chair or nightstand, colourful furniture kicks your style game up a notch. For larger or longer-term pieces (like sofas or headboards) consider a colour versatile enough to role-play as a neutral. .

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Pro tip:

Dusty pink, navy blue, wasabi green - these are the new neutrals that play well with others. They add an unmissable pop without totally stealing the show.





3.
go all out with paint

Feeling colour confident? A coat of paint on a door, accent wall or all-out room immediately emboldens neutral furniture. Get tips on how to choose a paint colour from the pros at Sherwin-Williams.

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Pro tip:

Before you paint wall-to-wall, tape up swatches are paint a test section to see how the colour looks in your space at different at different times during the day and night.





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