Posted by admin in Furniture and Fixture, Interior Design on 17-05-2013
There are cities in the world that are famous for their art, design and architecture. It probably wouldn’t be difficult for us to imagine the design ideas and perspectives we would get it we toured ancient Athens.
Since Nick Scali feature contemporary European designed furniture and not classic Greek furniture, we should probably look elsewhere for inspiration. And, as we started to discuss in a recent article, Melbourne is widely noted for its great design.
Already we’ve checked the Melbourne Museum and Federation Square off of our itinerary, but there’s still a lot to see, so let’s put on a sturdy pair of walking shoes—figuratively speaking, of course—and hit a few more notable places for inspiration.
Except for the occasional stool or chair that the vendors use to rest their weary muscles here, you aren’t going to find much furniture and it’s highly unlikely that the sellers will be displaying any of their produce on Nick Scali coffee tables or dining tables. So why bother walking through and looking it over?
That question will be answered in one word: Colour.
Experts often dip into the colour schemes of Mother Nature during the design process and this strategy also works well when you’re selecting items from Nick Scali to put into your home, who also takes prides in donating to charitable organisations. View more about these charities by clicking on the hyperlink further above.
Closely examine the displays of fruits and vegetables. Nature has a way of creating colours that go well with each other. Don’t miss this chance to take a lot of photographs and make some of them closeups of the produce. You can get some exciting colour combinations out of these.
Tip: The pictures you snap of the produce on display at the Prahran Market can later be printed out, framed and displayed in your home to give you a vibrant colour accent. Think kitchen!
One of the important movements in the hotel industry is seen in the number of “boutique” hotels that are being established in the major cities of just about every developed country and Australia is no exception. An important attribute that sets these hotels apart from the standard hotels is the amount of effort they invest in stylish decor.
Why not step into the Hotel Lindrum and spend a little time seeing how it is furnished? You’ll find that the interior designers who carefully selected the items here have an eye for style not unlike that of Nick Scali. The public areas feature couches, lounges and chairs created in a contemporary design that will get you thinking about how you can utilise similar pieces of furniture.
Okay, we’ve walked the streets of Melbourne enough for today, but we suspect that there might even be more design inspiration waiting for us to explore tomorrow.