All in Decor
The unveiling of our travel themed baby room or nursery. Based on Around the World in 80 Days, by Jules Verne and decorated by your truly, Tassels & Tigers Interior Decor & Design in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Thanks to everyone who tuned into the Home Channel earlier this month to watch the show on the Tassels & Tigers lair – also known as my own lounge. For those of you who weren’t able to catch it, I decided to do a summary of the main touchpoints. We spoke about statement pieces, where to find them, and how to make use of layout and colour to create a unique look with the things you already have.
We thought it may be fun to play around with a couple of ideas on which Mr. Price Home decor items you could pair with our Solomon & Sheba scatters... and also give you an idea of what we mean when we refer to a Curated Decor Collection, or Decor-In-A-Box.
She wanted to create a bit of privacy in the living room and bedroom, as well as protect her wooden floors and furniture from the harsh sun. Thick and heavy, block-out curtains would have undermined the home’s open, airy feel however, so she was looking for a sheer, natural linen look.
We were careful to find curtaining that had the natural, wafty look of linen, but would be able to stand up slightly better against the sun, so we suggested two fabrics from Stuart Graham Fabrics’ Atmosphere collection: Question: Silvery, for the bedroom and Cloud: Linen, for the living room.
Personalised feature cushions for twin boys' nautical themed bedroom. Soft furnishings made by Tassels & Tigers themed interior decorators.
Our first Monthly Design Board where we gather our favourite things from current décor and design trends. This month we’re looking at a winter colour that’s popping up everywhere as we get stuck deeper into the cold – Cherished Gold.