The Pantone Colour System Could Eliminate Stress in Your Home

The fact that colour can affect mood is nothing new. So-called colour psychology is a field unto itself, and interior designers have long known that the colour palette used in a home or office will have an effect on how the people who live or work inside feel. With that in mind, the team of interior designers at Furniture Fitouts work hard to develop design motifs that make our clients feel comfortable and at ease. It’s simply part of what we do.

And to take it a step further, we’re particularly enthusiastic about the Pantone colour system. The Pantone system has defined more than 1,100 unique colours. These are precise colours that always come out exactly the same way. In other words, if you’ve seen a genuine paint swatch of a Pantone colour, then you know exactly what that colour is going to look like in your living space. There’s no variability or guesswork involved.

In this post, we’re going to look at two specific Pantone colours:

We’ll offer insight into how you can use these colours to transform your interior into a blissful, stress-free zone.

  1. A Bedroom Worth Sleeping In
    Rose Quartz and Serenity are best used in the bedroom, because they create a truly relaxed and laid-back environment. And there’s actually no need to completely redesign your bedroom in order to take advantage of these effects. Instead, consider setting up a statement art piece in either of these colours, or consider purchasing bedding, cushions or other soft touches that broadcast this calming effect.
  2. Kitchens without Chaos
    We think that the calming, light-blue aura is specifically well-suited to kitchens. This is a hectic space, and it’s easy to resign yourself to feeling stress in the kitchen. But a bit of careful colour infusion could change the entire dynamic. If your kitchen has stainless steel or marble accents (as so many do), then consider purchasing Serenity-coloured wares. This colour looks beautiful in this space, and it will also take some of the stress out of working in the kitchen.
  3. A Bathroom Oasis
    Serenity and Rose Quartz can make for a stunning addition to the bathroom. In this case, all you need is a few soft touches, such as a set of bath towels or a rug in front of the shower. You’ll be surprised by what a difference these colours can make in the bathroom.
  4. The Right Colour Combination
    It’s worth noting that Serenity and Rose Quartz don’t look great in every context. If you are going to be using these colours to de-stress your home, then it’s worth toning down the base colours. Avoid earthy colours, such as ochre oranges or rusty reds – as these will clash with the colours in question. Instead, err on the neutral side of grey and white, layering in your Pantone colours for a gentle, calming environment.

Are you ready to transform your home or office interior? Contact Furniture Fitouts today to set the process in motion.

5 Interior Design Trends That Are Worth Getting Over

Interior design trends are constantly changing, and that means you have to be ever-vigilant if you intend to keep up. But with Furniture Fitouts, you don’t have to worry about whether your interior reflects the latest fashion. Our interior designers are constantly reviewing the latest journals and style blogs to ensure that we have up-to-the-minute advice on how to fitout and decorate your home.

But staying on the leading edge of interior design means that you have to be ready to let go of those trends that have already run their course. In this post, we’re going to highlight a few design trends that are way past their use-by date.

  1. Macramé Cords
    Macramé is the art of knotting cords to create decorative shapes and designs. It was popular in the 1960s and occasionally sees a resurgence. That said, macramé has definitely run its course. With that in mind, if you’re looking for creative ways to hang potted plants or other design fixtures, consider looking into other options, such as leather straps or metallic pieces.
  2. Serge Mouille Lamps
    These metallic lamps with long arms that extend over the space you are illuminating are stunning design pieces. The problem is that they’ve been copied and ripped off over and over again – to the extent that you can hardly set foot in an Australian home without seeing an imitation. While these lamps still have serious design clout, it’s safe to say that they’ve been overdone for the time being. Let the current phase pass, and the genuine Serge Mouille lamps will most likely still be around.
  3. Pineapple-Inspired Decorations
    Everyone loves a relaxing tropical vibe. That’s why pineapple-inspired design elements have become such a hot commodity in Australia. But the truth is that this motif has more than run its course. These days, you’ll find images of pineapples everywhere – from lampshades to refrigerator magnets. It’s probably safe to say that you can leave this kitschy fad out of your next interior redesign. 
  4. Chevron Designs
    The chevron design is a woven, v-shaped print that has really taken over home interiors over the past few years. There’s nothing inherently wrong with this design motif, except that it has found its way into virtually all corners of life. The team at Furniture Fitouts believe it’s time to put this particular design to rest. 
  5. Brass Everything
    Brass fixtures have seen an astonishing increase in popularity over the past year or two. If you’re looking at a metallic fixture installed in a relatively new home, then there’s a good chance it is made from brass. The problem is that too much brass comes off as a bit overdone. A little bit goes a long way. And at this stage of the game, it’s probably safe to say that we can all afford to give brass a breather.

Whether you’re designing an interior for the first time or simply to refresh your existing motif, the interior design experts at Furniture Fitouts can help. Contact us today to discuss the details of your project.

8 Interior Design Elements That Might Bring Bad Luck

The team at Furniture Fitouts are able to create bespoke designs that reflect our clients’ specific tastes and preferences. And while we don’t consider ourselves to be superstitious, there are a few interior design decisions that some people believe bring bad luck. We’ll explore them below. 

  1. Bed-Facing Mirror
    One superstition holds installing a bed-facing mirror is asking for bad luck. Specifically, it’s believed to cause relationship problems by inviting unwanted outside influence. Who knew that something as simple as this could ruin a healthy marriage? 
  2. Broken Items
    When it comes to feng shui, broken items in your house are ill-advised. If an item no longer serves a purpose, then it could be dragging your home’s feng shui Keeping it around will also serve as a constant reminder of its uselessness – leading to persistent negative thoughts. Resist the urge to hoard and boost the positive energy in your house as a result.
  3. Stuffed Animal Heads and Other Dead Things
    There are plenty of people out there who will be pleased to learn that taxidermy is considered unlucky when it comes to interior design. Mounted heads are the height of taxidermy, after all. But we should note that it’s not just the ten-point buck that could be bringing bad luck into your home. Dead, dried flowers and even potpourri also make the list in this regard.
  4. A Black Door
    Another feng shui tradition tells us that the optimal colour of your front door depends upon the direction it faces. However, a black door is ill-advised regardless of what direction it faces. It’s believed that this colour of door invites bad luck into your home.
  5. Television Set in the Bedroom
    There are plenty of reasons to banish your TV from the bedroom – not least the fact that doing so could help you sleep better and help to combat depression. But as it turns out, many interior designers believe that a television set in the bedroom detracts from the overall design. Leave your TV in the living room and dedicate your private sanctuary to sleep and your early morning rituals.
  6. Peafowl Feathers
    Peafowl feathers are gorgeous to behold, and it’s easy to understand why a person might want to brighten their interior with a few plumes from this majestic bird. But the eye-shaped markings on the male (peacock) feathers are said to be harbingers of bad juju. Display at your own risk.
  7. Cacti and Other Thorny Plants
    This is another feng shui belief. Sharp or jagged objects – including thorny plants – are said to introduce bad luck to the house. If you want to attract positive energy into your home, avoid decorative cacti.
  8. Paintings of Shipwrecks

Paintings that capture the greatest peril of nautical times bring a classic glimpse of a bygone age into the home. But they may introduce more than a sense of nostalgia to your interior design scheme. Some people believe paintings depicting shipwrecks are a source of bad luck, and they displaying one in your home is tantamount to asking for your own domestic disaster.

At Furniture Fitouts, we provide our clients with one-stop solutions for interior fitouts and design. Contact us today for a residential or commercial fitout.

5 Steps to Achieving a Minimalist’s Approach to Interior Design

A minimalist approach to interior design is all about achieving better aesthetics through simplicity. And while it does involve stripping down the elements of design to their lowest common denominators, it’s important to understand that minimalist design isn’t ascetic in nature. It has nothing to do with denying oneself the pleasure of designing and arranging your interior.

On the contrary, a well-planned minimalist design has everything to do with restraint and revision, so that the subtle flourishes the designer undertakes achieves a more intense effect. Here are five of the steps we go through at Furniture Fitouts to establish minimalist interior design:  

1. Start by Creating Space.
One of the great aspects of minimalist design is its focus on the actual space that you’re working with. You can start this process by de-cluttering the space, which is a therapeutic process in and of itself. But this is only the beginning. You’ll also need to take inventory of the furnishings, fixtures and decorations in the room. Everything that is ultimately arranged in the room needs to have breathing space.  

2. Establish a Base.
Once you have created space and made room for a minimalist design, it’s time to lay the foundation of your new design scheme. Most minimalist designs work mainly in soft, subdued colours that are clean, crisp and fresh – making the restrained use of bolder accents all the more effective. White, beige and soft greys are popular for minimalist design schemes, but this is by no means a requirement. However, concentrating on a single colour will help keep the atmosphere relaxing.  

3.Select Simple Furnishings.
Excess is to be avoided if you’ve embraced a minimalist’s approach to interior design. This means that the furnishings and decorations that you select for the space need to be simple and restrained. Choose pieces with clean lines and a limited, natural colour palette. It’s best when the various articles of furniture look similar to one another, as this creates a sense of flow. There is, however, one exception: the showpiece. More on that in the next section.  

4.Choose Your Showpiece.
We mentioned the restrained use of accents in the point above. One of the most important ways to achieve this effect is by choosing a stand-out piece for the room. This could be an article of furniture or a decoration. The showpiece is your chance to introduce a splash of colour or an unexpected infusion of geometric lines or shapes to the room. However, it’s essential not to overdo it. Limiting yourself to one impactful showpiece will strengthen the room’s design, but taking this too far will dilute the effect.  

5.Make Careful Use of Textures.
Subtle use texture can give a space an almost tactile impression. Stonework, subdued tapestries or a well-placed throw rug could all accomplish this. Just be sure not to go overboard in the texture department, as strong minimalist design definitely favours smooth, surfaces, clean lines and crisp colours. To that end, introduce textures as a subtle form of accent to balance out the room.  

Are you interested in using a minimalist approach for your interior design project? Contact us to arrange a styling consultation with one of our interior designers to discuss your specific needs.

Interior Design Trends of 2017 That You Ought to Know

In the past, trends in interior design used to take a while to become established and then remain popular for several years. However, in this digital world that we live in today, where attention spans are measured in seconds rather than minutes or hours, new trends and styles are coming thick and fast: so fast in fact, that it can be difficult to keep up if you are not careful. Below, we take a look at the trends that are taking a hold in the early part of 2017, with an emphasis on those that we feel will still be de rigueur by the end of the year.

Out with the Old and In with the New

If you have decided that now is the time to renovate or redecorate, the following tips should help to ensure that your new interior décor is in keeping with current trends.

  • Warm, Natural Colours – While cool tones have ruled the roost in recent years, warm, earthy colours are what those in the know are using to decorate their homes in 2017. Instead of white marble kitchen surfaces and walls in pastel colours, think exposed brickwork and terracotta tiles. These colours are not being used as accents as they were in the past, but as the dominant tone in interior design themes for entire rooms and properties.
  • Nooks and Crannies – Open plan spaces used to be all the rage but as people seek an escape from the never ending bombardment of communications they are subjected to from their smartphones, tablets, and computers, small areas into which one can retreat and enjoy a few precious moments of solitude are making a comeback. Don’t panic though, there is no need to engage a team of builders to perform a major remodelling of your property’s interior: you can use houseplants, occasional pieces of furniture and movable screens to create private spaces around your home.
  • Comfortable Furniture – Instead of the utilitarian furnishings that were a hallmark of the minimalist design trend followed by so many in years gone by, people are rediscovering the joys of sumptuous sofas, deep, relaxing armchairs, and other seating that is designed to make chilling out a much easier objective to achieve. Such items of furniture can be placed in the nooks and crannies you create, ensuring that you are always comfortable when retreating from the outside world.
  • Natural Light – In keeping with the trend for creating spaces where one can escape from modern technology and find inner peace, natural light is all important when designing a new interior for 2017. If possible, you should enlarge windows and install mirrors to maximise the diffusion of the sun’s rays throughout your home.

If you would like us to help you furnish your home, please call or email to let us know when would be a convenient time to sit down and discuss your needs and desires. We have a great deal of experience in furnishing properties of all types and would love to help you modernise your apartment or house.

Here Are 5 Interior Design Trends to Watch this Year

Early each year, the team at Furniture Fitouts likes to take a moment to reflect on the latest interior design trends. We pause to consider which trends that were catching on last year are now running full steam ahead. We also explore up-and-coming trends that we expect to see stealing the show in the months to come. Doing so gives us a chance to prepare new approaches and furniture pieces to use in home staging.

And now that we’ve taken a proper inventory of the current interior design trends, we thought we’d share five of the most prominent ones here:

1. Interiors Are Getting Greener.
Eco-friendly design may be all the rage these days, but in this case, ‘going green’ has everything to do with colour and nothing to do with your home’s carbon footprint. The colour green is making an enormous comeback in homes and interiors. This strong colour makes for an eye-catching accent, but ‘restraint’ is the operative word. A little green goes a long way when it comes to interior design.

2. Artisan Furniture Is Growing Even More Popular.
Handcrafted furniture was already on the rise in 2016, and this trend promises to grow even stronger in the coming year. There’s something special about an article of furniture that was made by hand rather than mass-produced in a factory. Handmade items take time and skill to create, and each one has its own little quirks and nuances that make it 100 percent original. Needless to say, artisan crafts will give your interior an authentically artistic atmosphere.

3. Rescued and Refurbished Furnishings Are on the Rise.
In some cases, the so-called ‘rescued’ look is just that – a look. In other words, these furnishings and decorations are made new to look like they’ve seen some wear before being reborn into a new interior design. But for the purist, nothing compares to the thrill of finding a discarded article of furniture, stripping it down and making it new. In either event, the rescued look gives interior warmth, texture and a hint of nostalgia for a bygone age.

4. Marble Keeps Getting Bigger.
Back in 2015, designers began pointing to marble as the next big thing in interior design. Sure enough, this ornate stone took the interior design scene by storm in 2016, and it continues to be a favourite pick for designers. Marble shines in minimalist interiors with neutral colour palettes. We’re also seeing more marble pattern prints for upholstery, pillows and other softer interior design fixtures.

5. Expect More Pattern Prints All Around.
Marble print upholstery is one of many pattern prints that you can expect to see more of in 2017. Tribal prints (such as mud cloth patterns) are already gaining popularity. Tropical prints are also seeing an upsurge – in terms of upholstery, decorations and even wallpaper.

Whether you need to schedule a styling consultation or stage your property for a quick sale, the team at Furniture Fitouts can ensure that you’re making use of the latest trends in interior design. Contact us today to learn more.

Guide to Buying Off-The-Plan Apartments by Perth’s Property Experts

New apartments being built on the corner of Labouchere Rd and Mill Point Rd, South Perth.

New apartments being built on the corner of Labouchere Rd and Mill Point Rd, South Perth.

While there are several great advantages to buying off the plan, buyers must still gain a comprehensive understanding of the development before committing to a purchase, say Perth property experts. With a sharp increase in the number of apartment complexes built across Perth in recent years, local real estate agents like Mark Hay have urged buyers not to rush decisions.

“It is risky if you don’t do the homework and those buying off the plan need to be fully informed,” he said, “People need to think to themselves why they are buying off the plan instead of an established home. When you can’t see and touch something, there is always some risk attached.” The off-the-plan specialist urges buyers to research both development and developer to ensure it’s the right fit.

Seek Local Opinions

Gavin Hegney, an independent property analyst, says it’s vital that buyers contact local experts to benefit from their opinions. “Sometimes people do not understand exactly what they are buying,” he says, making it essential that buyers speak to local real estate agents and local councils to get a feel for the area and see if there are upcoming developments that suit their criteria.

As interpreting a building development from a plan isn’t always easy, it’s “important to sit alongside someone who can interpret what exactly the development entails,” said Mr Hegney, who encourages buyers to consider the timeframes when buying off the plan and use 3D programs to enable them to get a better idea of what they’re buying.  

Advantageous but Risky

The managing director of Momentum Wealth, Damian Collins, says there are many advantages to buying off-the-plan apartments but buyers need to be aware of the risks involved, like buying at the peak of the market cycle.

“In such cases, buyers may find that when they reach settlement at the building’s completion, the value of their apartment may be less than what they’re paying for it,” he said, which “can lead to finance implications, as lending may be affected and a greater level of equity is required to fulfil the purchase.”

Nevertheless, buying prior to construction is a great way to secure an apartment at current property prices without having to pay for it for another two or three years, the usual timeframe involved for the completion of such projects. This delivers benefits such as providing homeowners with ample time to sell their existing home before moving into an apartment that requires less maintenance and having “a choice of colour selections provided by the developer” if buyers purchase early enough.

Mr Collins also spoke of the off-the-plan incentives offered by developers, which “are quite common in today’s market,” he said, “An example of this is a free BMW with The Precinct apartment sales in Mount Pleasant”, with other incentives regularly offered “including kitchen upgrades, furniture fit-outs and guaranteed rental returns for a period of time.”

With the notable benefits to buying off the plan and incentives such as these, there’s little wonder why property buyers are snapping up apartments across Perth so enthusiastically. However, anyone considering an off-the-plan purchase needs to be aware of the risks involved. 

Green and Sustainable Features a Trend Among Perth Homebuyers

Sustainability matters: Jenny Marsh is happy with her recent decision to buy an off-plan apartment in “WA’s greenest” Evermore development in White Gum Valley. Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper

Sustainability matters: Jenny Marsh is happy with her recent decision to buy an off-plan apartment in “WA’s greenest” Evermore development in White Gum Valley. Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper

Keen to be green is a notable trend among Perth homebuyers, with sustainability just as important as property price and location, claim researchers from Curtin University. This backs up claims by local property experts who say that as homebuyers are increasingly willing to pay higher property prices for eco extras that enable them to reduce their bills, property developers will find it advantageous to cater for this trend as the city grows.

Sustainability Attributes Essential for Perth’s Property Market

Research by the Sustainability Policy Institute at Curtin University found that sustainability attributes are essential for the continued growth and prosperity of the local housing market and that many homebuyers see these eco-friendly features as a notable benefit that will influence their decision to buy. The report involved surveying residents who had purchased new developments across Perth on the factors that influenced their decision to purchase their homes and shows buyers are particularly keen on properties with features that reduce electricity and water costs or enable less car travel.

Producers of the Curtin Report, Jemma Green and Peter Newman, said the local property market was “demanding sustainable dwellings” and despite the insistence of real estate agents and industry bodies, people are willing to pay extra for sustainability options because of the financial and environmental benefits delivered.

“These results suggest that if the market provided more options of housing with sustainability attributes, people would choose them and developers would have a larger range of buyers,” they said. “The findings strongly suggest that as the market offers more developments with these attributes, residents’ demand for them will also increase.”

This, they claim, was evident from the 27 medium-density developments in the mid-price housing range of $350,000 to $600,000 which showed there was a strong market in Perth for eco-friendly features, such as solar power and renewable resources, as well as lighting and water efficiency.

Western Australia’s Greenest Development

The Evermore development by Yolk Property Group aims to be “WA’s greenest” with 24 properties featuring real-time water and power monitoring, leading-edge solar and lithium battery technology along with an electric vehicle charging points and communal bicycles for residents to use.

Jenny Marsh, a Subiaco social worker who purchased one of the White Gum Valley developments, spoke of her ambition to purchase a sustainable property that further enables her to lead a lifestyle that lessens the impact on the environment.  “The aim to be zero-carbon and the use of the shared solar technology interested me,” Mrs Marsh said. “There’s a commitment to sustainability.”

She discussed the green lifestyle she leads and how sustainable properties make it easier for people to reduce their carbon footprint.  “I do as much as possible to reduce my carbon footprint, from recycling water with buckets in the shower to riding my bike everywhere I can. I think a lot of people do what they can, but properties with these things actually built in will make it far easier,” she said.

With Perth homebuyers increasingly keen to be green and developers keen to capitalise on this trend, when can we expect to see sustainable properties become the norm across Perth?

Perth’s First “Micro Lots” to Go on Sale

The first “micro lots”, blocks measuring just 80sqm, go on sale this year and are expected to shake up the Perth housing market. A sign of the times, as many see things, with Perth block sizes rapidly shrinking to suit the smaller budgets and changing lifestyles of local residents.

The first 80sqm blocks, which will be priced at less than $300,000, go on sale in Ellenbrook and are the smallest green-title lots Western Australia has ever seen, though several local property experts have said we can expect to see even smaller blocks in the future. Some confidently predict that tiny 50 –  60sqm blocks could become the norm within a few years.

Shrinking Lots, Growing Interest

In 2016, Perth’s average lot size was 383sqm, significantly smaller than the 2008 average of 525sqm and the 700sqm blocks which were the norm throughout the 1970s. According to UDIA WA chief executive, Allison Hailes, local developers are catering for the needs of lower income earners and time-poor buyers who prefer small lots requiring less maintenance.

The 80sqm lot trial was approved in 2015 and the developer responsible for the project, LWP Property Group, expects construction of the 11 micro-lot homes to be completed about October. Its Innovo village, situated in Ellenbrook, consists of 11 two-storey terrace display homes built on green-title blocks that range in size from 126sqm to 175sqm.

With prices starting from about $320,000 and floorplans reaching up to 200sqm, the project is generating significant interest despite street frontage as narrow as 4.5 metres. Property experts like Ms Hailes believe interest in the micro lots, which are new to Perth, would gather momentum. “Once the community can see how good developments can be on smaller lots I expect interest in them will then start to grow more rapidly,” she said.

A growing trend that many have noticed is that people are happy to forego a big backyard if it means they have better access to public amenities and spaces. As LWP managing director Danny Murphy says, “It’s a bit like inner-city living but on the fringe,” who went to on to say that lot sizes will continue to shrink in size, “We’ll start with 80sqm … but we’ll get down towards 60sqm — I think in the next three years you will see that in Perth.”

How small is 80sqm?

How small is 80sqm?

That view is shared by other local property experts, like Brad Thompson whose Perth-based business, Thompson Sustainable Homes, was involved in the Innovo village project. He’s of the opinion that Perth would soon be like Queensland and the Eastern Seaboard states where blocks are as small as 50sqm, “That’s where the future will be heading in WA.”

Local homebuyers like first-homebuyer Natasha Bederson, who bought an Innovo off-the-plan terrace home, cite the ease-of-maintenance, price and absence of strata fees as factors that attract them to micro lots. With more people moving to Perth, a growing population and sluggish income increases, micro lots could be exactly what the city needs to ensure everyone has the ability to buy a property and have a place of their own to call home.

The guide to estimating space when furniture shopping

When it comes to buying furniture, it is best to be prepared. While we are all prone to impulse buys every now and again, buying furniture that is the wrong shape or size can lead to major headaches down the road.

Not measuring properly is one of the most common mistakes made by people when it comes to furnishing their home. Buying furniture that is too large or too small for your living space can look unsightly and is often impractical. Here are five key tips to help you buy the right furnishings for your home.

Measure Your Space

The first thing to do when buying any piece of furniture or appliance is to measure the space it is intended for. Once you know the exact length, width or height available you can begin to plan the furnishings that will fit your available space. Be sure to measure any alcoves or nooks as well to ensure the perfect fit.

Doors and Stairs

While you may have ample space inside your home, remember that you have to get the furniture into the house in the first place. This can be an issue with prefabricated furniture and it is one that is easy to forget. Doors, windows and stairs are the most common “tight spots”, so be sure to measure these and any furniture you consider buying first. Also remember to take account of light fittings and ceiling fans to avoid any accidental damage.

Maximize Your Space

While it may be tempting to splash out on a spacious sofa or king size bed, you should only do so if they fit comfortably in your home. When it comes to buying furniture, it is best to consider all the factors. For example, will the sofa allow enough space for end tables? Will the coffee table make the room too cramped? Or will the bookcase block a window? Taking a holistic approach to furnishing you rooms will ensure a more comfortable living space.

Power Outlets

While most modern homes are fitted with plenty of intelligently placed power outlets, it is important to keep these in mind when buying furniture or planning the layout of any room. TV stands, desks, end tables, bedside tables and any piece of furniture that will have a lamp or electric appliance will need to be placed near a power outlet if you wish to avoid using unsightly extension cables. Also ensure that larger items like beds, sofas and bookcases will not block any power outlets.

Be Inventive With Your Storage Space

Storage can take up a surprising amount of space in any home and can quickly become an issue in smaller apartments and houses. Open and closed shelving on walls can help you clear up a lot of the clutter in your home. It is also worth considering multi-functional furniture, such as beds with storage drawers that can help you save on storage space.

At Furniture Fitouts, we are committed to providing high quality furniture solutions for every room in your home. Contact us today to see how we can help you.

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