Posh but approachable!Â Kind of liking the sound of that as it very much epitomises my design ethos.Â That and the fact that there are no rules,repeat no rules in interior design. Most of my best ideas are born out of risk and an utter conviction that they will work.Â To all those builders out there who continually say âoh youâre not supposed to do thatâ I say ignore!. The results can be truly unbelievable â trust me! To me design is about unexpectedly catching the eye â so that you are always doing something that is a little off radar â mixing up textures, materials, pieces from different periods and creating one dam sassy dialogue! Trust your instinct and cause some friction as friction dear friends makes everything Â look way more interesting. [caption id="attachment_363" align="aligncenter" width="497" caption="Graham Atkins Hughes"][/caption] A pink blind skimming a kitchen window,Â and gosh kitchen walls adorned with picturesÂ (superÂ galleryesq)- its these personal displays (the mismatched frames and images, the shot of unexpected colour ) that create this off radar look that I have been banging on about and that I SO love. [caption id="attachment_364" align="aligncenter" width="497" caption="Graham Atkins Hughes"][/caption] I have to use this image again because to me this exactly personifies what I am going on about. Who would think that putting a highly reflective pink (outside table) in a Victorian dining room would work. The whole space is brought alive by the glossiness of the flamboyant furniture and the super scale lamp. Its modern mixed in with traditional, its called decorating with drama and its gorgeous.