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Safari Journal

Bold colour

Bold colour

All of these beautiful South African homes have one thing in common, the use of bright and bold colour.

Through art selection, rugs, statement furniture, textiles and feature walls; bold primary colours of red, blue, yellow and secondary colours of green, orange and purple bring each of these spaces to life and reflect the unique personality of its home owner.

A great way to experiment with bold colours is to start with inexpensive purchases that you can change seasonally such as colourful tactile cushions and eclectic objects. Take it a step further and paint a feature wall or multiple walls in a deep hue to create depth and to highlight artwork. To the fully committed colourist, invest in statement furniture such as a sofa, an occasional chair or a rug and take your colour-filled surrounds to the next level.

Safari Journal / Blog by Safari Fusion | Bold colour | South African jewellery designer Kirsten Goss' colourful Constantia home

Safari Journal / Blog by Safari Fusion | Bold colour | South African jewellery designer Kirsten Goss' colourful Constantia home

Safari Journal / Blog by Safari Fusion | Bold colour | South African interior designer Michele Throssell's Johannesburg apartment

Safari Journal / Blog by Safari Fusion | Bold colour | South African fashion creatives modern Atlantic seaboard home

Safari Journal / Blog by Safari Fusion | Bold colour | A heritage modernist Cape Town home

Safari Journal / Blog by Safari Fusion | Bold colour | South African fashion designer Marianne Fassler's avant-garde Tsitsikamma forest cabin[Images: House and Leisure]

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