Maximalism is all about making lotsa noise and showing your personality – big patterns, big colours and all your favourite things bungled together in one place to create your own style haven. Watch and learn from these experts who are blazing the trail for my favourite interiors trend…
Designer Justina Blakeney defines the New Bohemians as creative individuals; boutique owners, bloggers, entrepreneurs and ex-pats. Her unique style is at once homely and exotic and seamlessly merges colours and patterns to create an atmospheric and vibrant style. For more ideas take a look at her book, ‘New Bohemians’.
House of Hackney is a hybrid of fabric, fashion, and furniture. Their store located on Shoreditch High Street is a haven for interior lovers and home owners. If you want to bring some instant fun and style into your home, look no further.
Larnie Nicolson is a New Zealand based photographer. With a design background she photographs living spaces that are absolutely beautiful. If you need inspiration on how to bring a touch of maximalism into your home buy her book Rooms to Love which came out late 2014.
Tony Duqette was an American artist who designed sets for film and theatre. His style was eclectic and vibrant, and he is known as a design legend. Take a look at his iconic work here, and gather some inspiration! His historic Tony Duquette Studio featured here was located at 824 North Robertson Blvd. in West Hollywood.