Frame the view inside or out to create a dynamic work of ever-changing art.
In association with Resene.
INSPIRATION The geometry and hues of the Visioni B rug 2017 by Patricia Urquiola for CC-Tapis; cc-tapis.com.
PAINT SWATCHES, FROM TOP Resene Secrets; Resene Ruby Tuesday; Resene Quarter Truffle; Resene Tuft Bush; Resene Resitex Coarse; resene.co.nz.
MORE & LESS Hit the mark when pairing paint colours to highlight a 3D architectural detail by getting the ratio right. Go for broke with your subtle shade (we used Resene Secrets) and confine the intense hue (we used Resene Ruby Tuesday) to the area you want to feature. Set this scene in a courtyard, or try it indoors with an internal window, door frame or skirting boards.
ABOVE Wall in Resene Resitex Coarse and Resene Lumbersider in Resene Secrets; window frame in Resene Lumbersider in Resene Ruby Tuesday, resene.co.nz. TOP IMAGE Floor in Resene Lumbersider in Resene Quarter Truffle, prepped with Resene primer/sealer and sealed with Resene Uracryl 402 Clear; backdrop (seen through window) in Resene Lumbersider in Resene Tuft Bush, resene.co.nz. FROM LEFT Kilim Boucherouite rug, $1200, madderandrouge.co.nz. Palissade dining armchair, $710, and bench, $780, by Hay, cultdesign.co.nz. Vintage Indian Sacred cow, $275; Kilim cushion, $129; Stonewashed Portugese throw, $175, madderandrouge.co.nz. Plants stylist’s own.