Today I would like to post some inspirations from one of my favourite interior stylists, Sibella Court.
I love how her add element of surprise in her designs, and the fact that her work is a reflection of her “personal journeys”; infact, from concept (inspired by her own travel photographs) to the finalised space (having usually involved a team of inspiring designers, builders and architects) every job ends up as a very personal and unique space.
The first tip she recommend is to work within a ten-colour pallete: this provides boundaries and allows for the space to feel like a “story”.
She explains her styling tips in her first publication, Etcetera : it is a lavishly photographed interiors book in which every image shows a clear and easily replicable principle, that will help transforming a room without the need for expensive and permanent renovation. Love how Sibella Court’s style is very global, combining contemporary elements with antiques and junk-shop finds, textile fragments, wallpapers, collectables and ephemera. Etcetera draws on five of Sibella’s favourite colour themes as a framework for the display of her impeccable eye for detail.