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Creating a Visually Pleasing Interior - Using Colour (Part 2)

Satara Sales - Tuesday, August 14, 2018


If your room is dark for most of the day, your aim will be to maximise the light that is available to you. In this case you need to use colours that reflect any available light. Painting the walls white is most obvious, but be careful which shade of white you use as a bluey white can leave an already cold, dark room feeling icy. Use a warmer shade of white, that is, one infused with a touch of yellow to add a little warmth to the room. This then creates a simple backdrop for a décor of pale linen furnishings in fresh shades of aqua, turquoise, yellow or green. If your space is flooded with natural light you’ll need to tone it down, so avoid white at all costs. White is a reflective colour and a bright room painted white will be filled with glaring light, leaving you squinting. Stick to deeper colours that absorb the light, this applies to everything from the window treatments to sofa covers. Choose cooler colours in shades of blue and green, consider tones of red, orange and yellow if you need to warm the space even further. Orange is such a fun colour however it doesn’t have to be overbearing. You can turn the intensity up or down. Bright oranges will draw your focus, whereas an earthier Terracotta can work harmoniously with other elements in a room.

The colour you use in a small room won’t actually increase the available floor space it will however give the illusion that it has. In a small space colour works as a kind of mirage, it tricks the eye into thinking one thing when the reality is a much different story. If you want to make a small room appear larger, the key is to keep the colours pale. Add to the expansiveness by painting the ceiling white to give the room a sense of height. Cover floorboards in a white paint or lime wash to maximise the effect, if you prefer natural wood, choose timbers in a washed-out tone. If the room has carpet, choose a lighter shade. The going paler in smaller rooms rule works not only for the paint colours on the walls but also for furnishings. Lighter tones for your sofa, flooring and bed linen will keep the mood of the space upbeat. Ensure the fabric textures are light and breezy as heavy weight fabrics work to close a room in. Who says white has to be bland? Prevent white from looking clinical Use white as a canvas, then overlay with rich, natural tones to create warmth and depth. White can be successfully coupled with almost any colour from the spectrum. Combine it with brights (berry, aqua, lemon, orange, apple & lime) for an uplifting playful effect.

Image 1 by FlooringXtra featuring Satara Products [Aslak Sofa, Eden Cage Coffee Table, Sundial Dining Table etc.]

Image 2 by Satara via [www.satara.com.au] Featuring the Boomerang Coffee Table, Boomerang Kitchen Stools & Nordic Side Table

Sensational Sofas from Satara

Colleen Johnston - Tuesday, August 15, 2017

We are excited to be able to offer you 4 new Sofa designs from Satara, rounding out our indoor furniture collections.

These four beautiful Sofas are locally handcrafted from a variety of Zeppel fabrics,or as specified.  They are typical of the  high quality and contemporary design that you rely upon us for.

Click on any of the below images for more details.


 


 

 


 


Satara now in Perth - Behind The Door Collective

Satara Sales - Thursday, February 09, 2017

Perth designers can now see Satara products in a brand new Showroom being launched this weekend by Behind the Door Collective.  

Behind The Door Collective is a concept of three friends that desired to see a space in Perth that brought the design community together. 

It is a space that will bring like minded people together through exhibitions, showings, gatherings + workshops.  

VIP Launch Friday February 10. Regular opening hours are Mon - Friday 9am - 5pm. 

Unit 6 73 Walters Drive Osborne Park, 6017  simon@behindthedoorcollective.com.au

+61 421 315 496

Rachel - Maree, Simon and Amy 


Spring is in the Air and it's time to think Outdoors

Satara Sales - Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Spring is only a few weeks away, blossoms are starting to appear and it's definitely time to start thinking about outdoors.

Here are Satara we are stocked up with stunning outdoor furniture options.  Sofas, Dining Sets, Sun Loungers and our divine Daybeds.  The Bedarra Lounge and Sofa from Satara is a perfect way to enjoy the warmer days. Made from a combo of teak, outdoor cord and outdoor foams and fabrics, the generously proportioned design cries out to be lounged upon.

Shown here in white cord and warm grey cushions.



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