From this layout, the homeowner and Tonita Moffat-White of cotton tree, took on the challenge of mixing and matching fabric. Pink, peach, and grey with splashes of rust for effect, were chosen as the principal colours. The colour scheme is also primarily responsible for knitting all the seating groups together.
Accessories - paintings and antiques - have been carefully co-ordinated with each of the furniture groupings and help give a distinct identity to each group. For example, the core grouping in the living area is distinctively oriental in flavour. Elsewhere, African tribal artifacts form a coffee-table grouping adjacent to a tribal wall-hanging. In another group it is a shell collection which forms the focal point.
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