One of my favourite paint companies has announced some fab sounding colour workshops for the next few months, headed up by Melinda Ashton Turner. Not only does she have an uber impressive career as a stylist, she recently started her own blog all about colour, so who better?
Using paint can be one of the cheapest and easiest ways to create the most dramatic effects in a room but there’s so much choice, many people don’t know where to start. Either that or they play it safe with one of the countless off-whites out there. In recent years people have gone crazy for the feature wall, but interiors folk remain divided on whether it’s a must-have or a big no-no that has fallen out of fashion. What do you think?
Anyway, if you’d like to learn more from someone with heaps of experience, you should try one of these workshops. They’re for a maximum of eight people so spaces get snapped up fast. The workshops aren’t just generic talks about paint and colour schemes so you can expect to learn a lot and take away a healthy dose of inspiration. Choose from:
- Creating a colour palette
- Injecting colour
- Proportion of colour
- Tonal colour schemes.
Find out more and book here.
After originally training as an interior designer, Melinda forged a successful career as an interior stylist and art director and recently returned to Sydney after 11 years in the UK. Her high profile career has seen her work on publications including Vogue Living, Homes & Gardens (UK), Elle Decoration, Living Etc and Belle. She has worked on advertising campaigns for the likes of Jo Malone and Harrods.