We asked noted interior instagrammer and blogger @_saralouisa to come up with a colour palette that helps to compliment one of our many light shades! We loved her unique sense of style and her amazing use of rich toned colours throughout her home. Sara decided to choose our Prismatic Vintage Pendant Light with a bronze fixture finish and black flex – very classic! Along with the Farrow & Ball ‘Sulking Room Pink.’ As said by Sara herself, “pink is proving to be a popular colour in the world of interiors, however, it’s not for everyone…what I love about this colour is that it is not ‘too pink,’ so for those who are uncertain about taking the leap to blush, Sulking Room Pink adds lovely warm rose tones without looking too ‘Malibu barbie’…it has a beautiful romantic finish about it too.”
Sara said she would style the Prismatic shade in a dining area, with the pendant light hanging directly over the table. As you can see in the images above, Sara explained to us that she wasn’t quite brave enough to go all out and paint a whole pink wall – who can blame her?! However adding a touch of Sulking Room Pink to the pantry door, which can be seen when the door is open, has turned out to be a perfect touch of colour against the other white, black and neutral tones in her kitchen.
We decided it would be a good idea to keep the styling very simple and ‘chic’ to compliment the classic style of the Prismatic Pendant. And to allow a good range of natural light to reflect the beautiful blush tones that the paint provides. Therefore, along with a lovely set of bistro rattan chairs and a complimentary black and wooden top table, we kept the accessories in the set quite minimal with just a vase of British Lilies which really helped bring the set together – its always the little things! Below are the final images of the set which we are all really happy with, it proves that a pop of colour can never do much harm! We hope that this project helps to inspire some of you to cross the ‘safety zone’ of using neutral colours on the walls and to step into the world of colourful paints and maybe switching the colourful furniture to something a little more neutral.