A colour that reminds me of the rivers that run through my childhood forest on misty autumn days. When the colour ranges between grey and blue. Ever shifting and always moving. It is also inspired by the colour of the sea and cliffs on overcast winter days.
This colour is inspired by our dog Felix (a whippet) with his smooth mushroom coloured velvety coat. It is a colour that also reminds me of wet sand on the beach on a rainy and misty autumn day, and the soft colour of drift wood. The colour has added blackness to make it slightly darker and giving it more interest and depth.
A colour inspired by northern lights, especially in winter time when the sun is breaking through the haze and the soft colour of birch tree trunks. A soft light colour with touches of light warm grey to give a softer and more soothing look than pure white.
On rainy days in the south of France the soil on our path walkways gets really muddy and our boots are covered in mud after a long walk. The colour of wet mud is a very soft yet elegant colour that will give your home a warm glow and a dark even tone, its very easy to live with and decorate around.
A colour inspired by denim. By far my favourite material, unwashed denim has such a deep indigo colour that nearly can be seen as black. With a few washes it becomes slightly lighter, this colour reminds me of newly dyed indigo fabrics. Blue is one of my absolute favourite colours and I find it a very stylish colour that works well with any other colour on the wide choice of colour on the colour spectrum, dark or light, soft or bright.
One of my 2 favourite natural wonders must be tumbleweed and birds nest. Both for their colour but also for the shape of tumbleweed, and for the love birds put in to make a perfect home for their eggs. I love it when they get really dry and the natural colour gets slightly blackened, giving the otherwise straw like colour a deeper hue that I find really relaxing and very soothing to live with.
The softness of a magical dusky evening mixed with dried flower petals in autumn where the colour has faded and gets so soft and nearly fragile, but gives the surroundings a nearly indescribable hue of softness. A very soft pinkish grey with the slightest addition of a warm tint.
I got so inspired by all the cacti on a recent trip to Tucson, Arizona. The landscape was covered in these tall majestic plants that grew tall to the sky. The soft silvery green colour will look good in any kind of interior and mixes well with both dark and light colours.