Newcastle Sunday Feature Article
A few weeks ago I had the fortunate opportunity of being contacted by the journalist of the “Newcastle Sunday” weekly newspaper to have a feature article written on me and my journey and evolution as an interior designer and stylist in my own creative space/home.
This article features all of the things that inspire and drive me everyday in my approach to not only designing but my life in general. I feel there is no stop/start for me – from my design approach to the way I choose to live my life and the people and things that I surround myself with.
My design approach revolves heavily around the use of nature and its effortless and perfect colour palette. Everything else builds from this.
I like to incorporate natural elements to all of my design projects as it undoubtedly brings an organic sense of calm, connection and fluidity to the surrounds.
The things I love are; rustic finishes, textures, woven fabrics, rattan, chunky knits, timber, driftwood, whites, natural stone, over-sized art and of course “Greenery” and lots of it!
My personal style is what I would call a mix between organic coastal and eclectic.
I love things that should not typically be paired together, but in an odd obscure way actually work. I like to push the envelope a little with design and think outside the box!
This article is something that I am very proud of and am very grateful to the amazing journalist, Melissa McGill , who has now also become a good friend.
Opportunities like this don’t arise often, so I am blessed to have this moment in the spotlight. I have so many cool, exciting and quirky plans ahead for Wild Tribe Designs so stay tuned! Come walk with me on the wilder side of life.