For the third instalment of our #LoveColour interviews, we’ve chatted to Denise Beckand from the ever so bold and beautiful craft, artwork and design blog, BeColorAnd – a site dedicated to stories of colour, colours trends and colourful artwork from talented artists. Denise herself is a self-confessed colour addict with a beautiful motto – ‘live your life colourful’. Let’s gain an insight into her world:
As a dedicated colour lover, which hue do you feel represents your super-cool style? It would be a rainbow of colours! I am a colour lover so it’s difficult for me to choose one in particular, my preference changes all the time. Lately I worked a lot with green and pink, a lovely complementary combination!
Are you a fan of dreamy pastel hues or a lover of all things bright and bold? Another difficult choice, every colour has its own charm and function. But if I have to choose, bright and bold colours.
Which eye-catching colour combinations would you pick to restyle an interior this season? Gold for a dramatic and luxury look, a successor of the copper colour of last year. I would use gold in combination with blue and wooden furniture.
What are your must-know top tips for easily adding a dash of colour to the home? With only some cushions and plaids you can give a ‘new feeling’ to a room. And when that’s not enough, paint one wall or a piece of the wall for a bigger effect!
We’re all about hot future colour trends! Can you predict 2016’s colour of the year? I hope that it’s a olive green colour. I love this colour in combination with red, orange and pink.
Talking of beautiful colourways, have you seen our stylish FlipBin collection? Which hue do you love? I love the red FlipBin, the colour is all about passion and is my kind of style.
Classic monochrome or bright colours? Bright colours to give your life a boost.
Pretty patterns or minimalist design? Minimalist design, let the colour speak.
Cool geometric or eye-catching florals? Florals, they inspire me everyday.
Funky textures or smooth and soft? Smooth and soft textures.