Bedroom styling for King Living

Recently I created four different bedrooms looks for King Living with bedlinen by In The Sac to showcase the King Living bed collection and to show how these beds can work in any style of home.

We created these four looks in the King Living studio in Sydney with photographer Felix Forest my goal was to create lived in and inspirational bedrooms to inspire.

What I like best about the beds we selected from King Living is they are all classic designs, that really do work in any space (and you can select from vast range of fabrics). One of the fun parts about working with King on this project is I get to actually choose the fabrics the beds are upholstered in.

Plus I enjoyed working with In The Sac sheets, quilts and pillow cases. All items are 100% pure Belgium linen so their luxurious look combined with an ‘on trend’ colour palette perfectly complimented each bed style.

  1. New York Monotone

This look featuring the slimline Neo bed, with its sleek , simple and low to the ground design.  I kept things tonal and I used lots of shades of grey for this bedroom (bedlinen and upholstery choices). Grey is an easy colour and works with everything and in just about any space, perfect as a foundation. When it came to decorating, I chose more masculine undertones and kept the decoration to a minimum.  Sometimes things in the interiors world can have a slight tendency to be a little more feminine ! I kept things minimal, neat and understated in a classic and timeless style.

Style notes

Neo Bed by King Living

Dark Charcoal sheet set and quilt set by In The Sac

Vases from Top 3 by design

  1. New York Luxe lots of shades of grey for this bedroom (bedlinen and upholstery choices). Grey is an easy colour and works with everything and in just about any space, perfect as a foundation. When it came to decorating, I chose more masculine undertones and kept the decoration to a minimum.  Sometimes things in the interiors world can have a slight tendency to be a little more feminine ! I kept things minimal, neat and understated in a classic and timeless style.Style notesNeo Bed by King LivingDark Charcoal sheet set and quilt set by In The SacVases from Top 3 by design
    1. New York Luxe

    In this bedroom, we were inspired by New York, but created a feel that could be in London, Paris or LA too. I wanted it to feel chic, injecting colour with the art work and occasional furniture for a lived in luxe feel. Everyone wants a super luxe bedroom so we used the dramatic wingback Symphony bed headboard (how great is this upholstered bed head!)  I love this bedhead its a real statement piece. And, the charcoal quilt adds instant sophistication. How about this green velvet in the occasional chair and cushions that I love too !

    Style notes

    Symphony Storage Bed by King Living

    Dark Charcoal quilt and sheet set by In The Sac

    Blanket from Opus

    Art Work Kerry Armstrong from Becker Minty

    1. Bowral

    For this bedroom we injected some modern, country feels with some pretty pinks, complemented perfectly by In the Sac’s beautiful Musk linen quilt. Featuring the Promenade Storage Bed – I am obsessed with this natural linen fabric we upholstered the bed in. (I think this is my favourite bed).   The design is simple with no fuss and nice and low to the ground. The look is designed to for a feeling of escape, taking us away from the city for a weekend just like the perfect country getaway!

    Style notes

    Promenade Storage Bed by King Living

    Musk quilt and white sheet set by In The Sac

    Blossom from The Flowedrum

    Throw from MJG store

     

    1. Bondi

    This bedroom was all about relaxed coastal vibes – Just my style!  No need to guess my inspiration….. Bondi is my home ! This room is just like me, never far from the sea, lots of crisp white, with tan leather and chambray blues, this chambray Serenade quilted bed head is like your favourite pair of jeans it will go with anything…..consider it a neutral ! And probably my favourite look of the four !

     

    Style notes

    Serenade Soft Storage Bed by King Living

    Silt quilt set and white sheet set by In The Sac

    Print – Aquabumps

    Orchid  – The Flower Drum

    Blanket on bed – MJG Store

     

    All additional occasional furniture from King Living

    All Lighting from Euroluce

    All rugs from Bayliss

    All bedlinen from In The Sac

    All candles from King Living

    Flowers The Flower Drum Holly Hipwell

 

 

 

 

 

 

canon EOS M6 mirrorless camera

Currently I’m test driving the Canon EOSM6 Mirrorless Camera and so far I’m loving it! its easy to use ( for stills and video) and I love the vintage/modern retro look and feel of this camera – keep your eyes peeled for some of my shots on instagram and here soon!


Modern Retro Home book launch ( Sydney)

THANKS to everyone who came to the Modern Retro Home Sydney book release party on Monday. Thanks to our hosts with the most Blu dot and thanks to our event partners Logan Wines and Capi Sparkling 

Photos Rachel Dray

The new Sony A1 BRAVIA OLED TV

Earlier this year, the team at Sony Australia got in touch ahead of the launch on the new Sony BRAVIA A1 OLED TV to see if I would be interested in collaborating with them. The whole idea behind the Sony A1 OLED (aside from the amazing technology of course) is that it can seamlessly fit into any living room space. I helped bring this to life at Sony’s launch event held at Carriageworks earlier this month.

In the lead up to the event , I was lucky enough to road test the Sony OLED at home. It was like having my very own home cinema, the picture and sound quality were awesome and the colours were popping off the screen! I especially loved the voice activated function on the remote control which easily followed all my commands. I also used this function to catch up on all of my favourite shows (Game of Thrones & Younger) and watch movies on Google Play and video clips on You Tube.

For the launch event, I created three completely different living spaces to showcase how the Sony A1 OLED TV can work into different Australian homes. The room themes we ran with included: Inner City, Bachelor Pad and Family. I’m sure you can agree from the images below that the Sony OLED looked perfect in each space…thought it would be hard for it not look good!

 

Inner city

 

 

Bachelor Pad

  

Family Room

So here are my top tips when creating your own technology-centric living space – with the Sony A1 OLDE TV at the forefront ,of course !

  1. Know where to save and where to spend. Select and invest in great foundation pieces.       Your sofa, floor rug and other large furniture pieces like sideboards and shelving are pieces you should spend more on. You can add accessories and decoration over time and these additions need not be expensive 

2. A great TV cabinet is important -you look at it as much as you do your TV! As well as being stylish, it can also serve as excellent storage in your lounge room. also use floor rugs to create zones and define spaces – remember a bigger rug is always better!

3. Good lighting is key to making any space work.       Avoid overhead/downlighting, particularly if you want to create a more cinematic experience and really enjoy the deep rich blacks and bright highlights of a TV like the Sony A1 OLED. Instead use task lighting and decorative lighting to create a mood. In the Batchelor set up we included the iconic Gubi floor lamp from Urban Couture.

4. Express your personality in your home by decorating it the way you like to – it’s your place so personalise it with your own style, whether that be your favourite books, artwork or knick knacks.       I think it’s important to surround yourself with things you love and make you feel happy at home – it’s all about feel good style. We added artworks from Pampa and Blacklist to the rooms, decorative pieces from Dinosaur designs , West Elm, Pony Rider, Hay and Ikea.

 

 

5. Add plants for good green feel good vibes – plants make you happy and are a great way to update any space. My current favourites are fiddle leaf figs, monstera and ponytail palms.

6.Last but not least, choose technology that is minimalist and timeless, like the Sony’s A1 OLED TV, so that it doesn’t dominate the room and can evolve with your living space

 

 

 

 

 

Modern Retro Home now available

Today is the day my latest (third) book Modern Retro Home launches (everywhere) head to your favourite book store or

click here to order don’t forget to share own your social channels tagging #modernretrohome @mrjasongrant

Published by Hardie Grant Books and Photography Lauren Bamford

These photos Jacqui Turk

Harry Hartog book signing and workshop Warringah

Join me for a book signing and I will also share my knowledge of all things interiors and my secrets to Instagram success in an exclusive FREE workshop at Harry Hartog Bookseller at Westfield Warringah Mall on Saturday 9th September at 2:30pm. I will also discuss the making of my new book, Modern Retro Home and how to best fit the mid-century look into the modern Australian home. Don’t miss this chance to gain valuable knowledge and insight from one of Australia’s most successful interiors stylists.

Spaces are limited. Please RSVP https://jasongrantworkshop.eventbrite.com.au/

MJG new Summer collection is coming

Here is a taste of whats to come to come from my MJG collection never far from the sea..

Photo Jacqui Turk

Harry Hartog book signing and workshop Bondi

Join me for a book signing and also I will share my knowledge of all things interiors and my secrets to Instagram success in an exclusive FREE workshop at Harry Hartog Bookseller at Westfield Bondi Junction on Thursday 7th September at 6:30pm. I will also discuss the making of his new book, Modern Retro Home and how to best fit the mid-century look into the modern Australian home. Don’t miss this chance to gain valuable knowledge and insight from one of Australia’s most successful interiors stylists.

Spaces are limited. Please RSVP https://hhjasongrant.eventbrite.com.au/

shop dog

The only thing better than a beautiful shop is a beautiful shop with a beautiful shop dog. Meet shop dog George” from Water Tiger he’s a Jack Russ cross Wolfhound – they sell a collection of beautiful things from far away places….

Water Tiger 75 mary street st peters NSW

Pretty in pink new Jardan Sydney Store

Jardan have unveiled their brand (rather impressive) new Sydney showroom designed by If Architecture
As you can see the centre of the store is amass of blush sculptural shapes within the central staircase.
Jardan new store now open 42 Oxford St Paddington NSW 2021

Photo Jason Grant