This week we are showcasing our fourth and final makeover look from the Pan Peninsula shoot. We decided to style the same small space into completely different concept to our previous three sofa looks. For those of you who don't know about our Pan Peninsula Makeover Series or if you simply want a little refresher, here’s a breakdown of what we got up to!
We chose an apartment in the elegant Pan Peninsula apartments, right in the heart of Canary Wharf, the city district of London. Each make over focuses on the living area but demonstrates various playful ways to give it a complete different overall feel and form. For the previous looks we used the same sofa (from Dwell) for each look, we showed you the importance that soft furnishings and artwork have on your overall look and how these can transform the entire look and feel of your room. For our final look we wanted to emphasise the importance of using artwork in your home or office to give it some "Va Va Voom"!
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For the fourth shoot, we wanted to create a refreshing summer inspired look. You may be redecorating your hallway, the office or even a section of your living room, so styling your console with vibrant artwork is a great method to create an initial impression of your personality with your guests. Our colour inspiration for this look came from the splashes of bright colours in Mary Narduzzo's artwork.
Current Trends We've Used:
We've given a very Scandinavian styled console a summer makeover with pops of blues and yellows to uplift and brighten a normally monotone look.
Our Favourite Finds:
We loved the artwork by Mary Narduzzo as the variety of colour in these pieces will allow you to style it to almost any interior look, whether its for your hallway or the reception of your office. Her pieces will no doubt create conversation! Oh and the console was a bargain find from our local Homesense store (less than £100)!