the clash

January 5, 2021

I’ve admired Anna Spiro‘s bold sense of style for years. A true maximalist, the Australian designer has a flare for mixing pattern and colour. She is playful, daring and original in her approach. “Nothing in my world matches: everything clashes,” Spiro tells House & Home. Her Brisbane cottage –– think Tiffany blue walls covered in hand painted crockery, floral drapes, vases bursting with tulips and peonies and a Persian, Ikat or Suzani on every surface –– is a delight and an inspiration. Spiro is a maverick at mixing and matching; her spaces are a carefully considered hotchpotch of gorgeous fabrics, vibrant paint colours, art, antiques and bric-a-brac that come together in a way that feels natural, effortless and unpretentious. “It’s the imperfections and surprises that make a space interesting.” If you have a moment, mosey through the images. I’m potty about that shrimp pink sink in the guest loo.


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