1. Be bold
Pair strong stripes with botanical prints, soft florals with plaids. Have confidence in your instinct about what looks good together as you choose and arrange your chosen furniture, ceramics, textiles, books, art and even plants.
2. Don’t match
Don’t try to match, this look is all about clever contrasts. This applies to colour, pattern and even the eras of the art on the walls. The trick to unify your scheme is work within a tonal colour palette that harmonises effortlessly.
3. Beautifully does it
The Bloomsbury look celebrates beautiful, elegant design and decorative textiles, ceramics and art. Think pairing that iconic mid-century modern coffee table or traditional sofa with your favourite handcrafted ceramic lamp or boldly patterned rug.