We are definitely living in a moment of big changes to our daily routine and as we are spending most of the time in our homes we will soon pay more attention in spaces that we are living in and the way we design them. So let me inspire you today by incorporating a NEW colour in your home to bring some fresh a vibe and boost our productivity for those working from home. 

As soon as it was announced the colour of this decade by trend forecasting company (WGSN), Neo- mint colour was seen both in interiors and fashion catwalks. So be one of the first to change and start using Neo-Mint shade in your home today.

When it comes to a colour for 2020, Neo Mint [will harmonise] science and technology with nature. It has a cool, futuristic tech feel but also connects with plant life and nature. – WGSN

Here’s some inspiration on how you can effortlessly include this cool colour into every room in your home.

It is a versatile, fresh, natural tone beautifully reflects the fusion of tech and nature.

If you want a complete room lift then Paint is a great way to embrace a bolder colour palette and update the entire look of your room in an instant. Add a playful element with tiles, alternatively introduce a touch of mint through home accessories, bed linen and window dressings.

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For even more inspiration, take a look at my Pinterset board curated for this colour trend.


HELLOO FALL! Now, that’s its officially feels like autumn. I’m ready for the change that fall brings which transitions us from summer to winter. And as the temperature drops, its time to update our homes/interior spaces with a new colour scheme.

I’m currently obsessed with Burnt Orange colour which brings a burst of energy to any space. It’s a medium-dark rich tone creates a sense of warmth and comfort making it one of my favourite colours for this season.

So keep on scrolling down for more inspiration.


Burnt orange colour is known for generating senses of happiness and energy and it could easily be paired with other warm colours such as burgundy, yellow or gold for a sophisticated look. For a light neutral look simply pair it with beige, navy or white.

Quick tip: Use it as an accent colour and consider pairing with cool dark shades for a  sophisticated look



I don’t know what it is, but every year around this time I feel the need to move and change (almost) everything around in my home. Does anyone else feel this way?

Fancy some more inspiration? Have a check out my Pinterest board for more creative inspirations.