Monthly Archives: October 2013

dulux colour of the year 2014 is….. teal

Dulux Colour of the Year 2014 - Teal. This opens a new browser window.

Every year in October, Dulux hold their Colour Futures seminar presented by world renowned colour expert Per Nimer, where they announce the colour for the following year.

I try to catch this event every year. It’s always entertaining, thought provoking and it’s a great opportunity to catch up with colour buddies and meet new ones.

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SBID Healthcare Design Advisory Council Launch 2013

SBID Healthcare Advisory Panel Launch. This opens a new browser window.

As a partner member of the Society of British Interior Design, I’m honoured to be one of the  nine specialists selected to head up the SBID Healthcare Design Advisory Council.

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covet london launch party

Covet London launch - Covet London guide and goodies

Nothing makes me happier then to see one of my clients dreams come alive. And last night was one of those nights celebrating with Carlie Parkinson of  Covet Girl with the launch of Covet London, a who’s who and where to go guide.

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colour psychology…. interview on channel 4 sunday brunch

I love new experiences and trying things for the first time. So being interviewed on live TV on Sunday was no exception. I was really excited to be asked to talk about colour psychology on one of my favourite shows – Sunday Brunch on UK’s Channel 4.

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silent branding & why business owners need to listen up

Think colour is silent... Not after you read this. This opens a new browser window.

If you were in London earlier this year, you may have heard of Selfridges (the iconic UK department store) ‘No Noise’ project. This is where they and other well-known brands removed their logos from their products, symbolically ‘de-branding’ their products. Their aim was to create a ‘quiet shop’ offering customers a carefully selected range of products that encourage ‘considered purchasing’.

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