Hey guys, so it’s episode 4 and in this educative yet entertaining post I’ll be showing you how to style small spaces.
In my last post, SIGNATURE PIECES FOR SMALL SPACES, I showed you, as the title suggests, 7 signature pieces you can use to style a small space. As it’s not my style to just leave you hanging without practical examples, I’ll use this post to show you how to virtually style a small room for two different people.
In my last video THE ART OF THE MOODBOARD I showed you how to create a moodboard, a visual representation of the elements that would go into decorating any ideal space.
Now as I’m not one to just give you theory and leave you stranded, I saw it best to practically show you how to not only create a moodboard but also how to convert it into a stylish space. So in this video I virtually styled two homes, for two imaginary clients, and showed you how one would go about doing so with a moodboard.
Friday 25th May was AFRICA DAY, and in the spirit of full disclosure I wasn’t aware that this was even a thing so for those of you who are unfortunately not as informed as I was here’s what this amazing day is all about:
“Africa Day commemorates the founding of the Organisation of African Unity (now known as the African Union) on this day, 25 May, in 1963. It aims to celebrate African unity with each year the Day has a different theme.”
This year’s theme is African Union Agenda 2063 and OAC together with the partners have decided to adopt this theme “an integrated, prosperous and peaceful Africa, driven by its own citizens and representing a dynamic force in the international arena.” In order to pay homage to this theme I decided to do so by choosing 5 AFRICAN FURNITURE AND DECOR DESIGNERS, based not only in Africa but in the Diaspora, to show how design and African designers play a strong role in creating an integrated, prosperous and peaceful Africa, driven by its own citizens and representing a dynamic force in the international arena.