Kyal and Kara created a haven of minimalist luxury that still provided life and warmth complemented by a white, grey and orange palette inspired by the gorgeous limited edition artwork by Lindsay Blamey. “It looks finished, luxurious, sophisticated and contemporary,” said Darren Palmer. http://www.completehome.com.au Neale Whitaker could barely contain himself "How good is that artwork" said Neale. He thinks they got the balance just right, and demonstrated a clear understanding of the potential buyer.
“I was shopping for bedside tables and art and I came across the artwork,” Kara says. “I loved the colours and the feel, it was so moody and industrial.” “It just really stands out, we became attached to it,” Kyal adds. It was just the sort of piece they were looking for, and it worked well with the neutral items they’d already purchased for the room. Then it was just a matter of peppering colour references throughout the space – and the judges admired their restraint. http://www.theblockshop.com.au
What was your favourite item this week @Kyal&Kara? "Our artwork by Lindsay Blamey is pretty special". http://www.theblockshop.com.au/blog
I loved your Lindsay Blamey artwork. How important do you feel it is to have a focal point like artwork in a room? So important! We discussed having a TV on the wall but felt the room would be lacking character. When I saw the Lindsay Blamey artwork I knew it was the perfect piece for the space. We used the art to pull out colours for the room, and set the ‘mood’ of the styling. http://thehome-journal.com