So I was super inspired and quite obsessed with Hannah’s apartment last week I decided to dedicate a colour palette to her! Congrats Hannah, you’ve made Stylelingual history. The colours I’ve run with are her gelato hues of pink, peach, orange and yellow with the neutral of grey. Because grey is the new beige.
The pinks and peaches are soft and dreamy while the yellow and orange punch through to stop it from becoming too sickly sweet. I know I bang on about bringing colour in through accessories and Hannah’s place is such a great example of it.
Pick out colours from artworks and other investment pieces like a floor rug. She has cleverly brought out the colour through the cushions on her couch. When she is ready to move on she can simply swap them out to another colour without turning her whole living room upside down.
And she strikes again in her lovely bedroom carrying through that same palette, with natural whites, creams and blacks to balance it out.
These colours look fab in Hannah’s eclectic apartment but they also lend themselves to a scandi and contemporary styles. Just use hints of the colours, you don’t have to go all out. If you want to add in another colour teal works in so well. And yes, I didn’t include a metallic in my colour palette (gasp) but copper and gold works in really well with these colours as it picks up those warm golden and peachy pink hues.