There is something about the Australian summer cricket season, that, by summer’s end, I know I will miss over winter. The SCG (Sydney Cricket Ground) encapsulates a disparate array of feelings and memories for young and old alike. Today’s article about the SCG by Pat Sheil, published in the Sydney Morning Herald, caught my attention.
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Each day, Archecolour is privileged to share a knowledge-bank of design, interior decorating, architectural, diy and colour palette expertise with friends and clients just like you. For 25 years this has, and is, our favourite thing to do. Each house, room, kitchen, backyard, property or farm has a story waiting for your personal chapter. Your
Green is the colour of growth, envy, inexperience, wealth, jealousy and rejuvenation. Conventionally, the colour green implies moderation, tradition and balance.
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Yellow is the colour of welcoming energy & optimism. The mother of sunshine, yellow reveals your inner creativity. Walk into a space with a splash of yellow & you are likely to be greeted with a smile. A full space of yellow ochre wraps you in the colours of the sun, warming your heart & inspiring your head.
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The creativity of agriculturalists, the world over, never ceases to amaze me. Enjoy these photographs inspired by the simple & necessary agrarian act of growing rice. Stunning crop art has sprung up across rice fields in Japan, but this is no alien creation. The designs have been cleverly planted. Farmers creating the huge displays use no
As a designer & decorator, I am often asked to describe how a particular colour, or palette of colours, affect a person’s mood or the ambiance of a space. A rainbow is the supreme cohesion of how colours can work in your home. If nature can project a colour, shade, tone or tint