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How to buy art with your heart

A triptych by emerging artist Carys Ross in acrylic and oils

Just when you think you’ve seen all the beauty you can take… My colour-loving friends, I want to share these with you. This stunning triptych is by Carys @caryss.rosss , the daughter of one of my Instafriends @andreacurtisdesigns I saw this artwork by Carys on Andrea’s stories and their beauty virtually winded me. ‘Are they […]

26th April ’17: In love with white

Good afternoon, Colour Filers. Now, grab yourself a seat. Ok, are you sat down? I have some shocking news. I’m in love with colour but I’m also in love with white. I know. I told you you’d be shocked. A cup of sugary tea, maybe? Actually, it was, strangely, these rows of white egg cups […]

25th April ’17: Bright stripes

Happy Tuesday, Colour Filers. Well, I say ‘happy’, though my second-in-command isn’t best pleased to be returning to school today (despite the carrot of a Bank Holiday offered in a vain attempt to lift his spirits). If you’re feeling much the same, let me share with you a glimpse of my wonderful (and aptly entitled) […]

24th April ’17: Colour influencers wanted!

Calling all colour-lovers! ❤️🍊🦁☀️💚👕👖👾☂️ This is a shout-out from The Colour File HQ. I’ve got a bevy of exciting colour influencer interviews coming up soon but would LOVE to hear from more of you who’d like to be featured. It gives me such joy to hear what you have to say about colour and I […]

Colour File interview: Mini Moderns

The interiors brand Mini Moderns was launched in 2006 by London-based designers, Keith Stephenson and Mark Hampshire. The brand specialises in applied pattern across a range of products, from wallpapers and fabrics through to rugs and ceramics. After the initial collection was snapped up by Heal’s, the brand has gone from strength to strength, selling […]