Lick Colour and Design  were recently commissioned to develop a distinctive interior colour scheme for Sydney based accessories designer Peter Lang, in his newly refurbished Victorian terrace in Elizabeth Bay.

Upon entering the house, one can immediately confront with the cocoon universe of pure colour Resene Scarlet (spicy blue red).

Through-out the interior a custom-mixed cool minimalist white provides the ideal backdrop for the client’s impressive collection of art.

The piece of resistance in this innovative colour scheme is the framing of the Murano Chandeliers with Resene Decadence (true ultra Marine). A bold splash of Resene Wazzup (mustard yellow) behind the original marble mantle evokes the hues of the paintings in the room.

Resene Oilskin (deep grey brown) was selected for its complexity for the master bedroom to create a rich masculine ambience.

Moving into the slick kitchen /dining area a wall of Resene Didgeridoo (rich ox blood) contrasts well with the featured artwork. Resene Lemon Ginger (deep and spicy mustard green) adds a zesty splash of colour to this minimalist kitchen.

Other colours specified in this interior are: Resene Belladonna (fuchsia berry), Resene Mamba (smoky lilac), Resene Sisal (light neutral) and Resene Triple Tapa (swampy brown).

The use of vibrant hues balanced with complex neutrals in this indulgent colour scheme reflects the signature style of Lick Colour and Design.

Resene was chosen for this project for its innovative colour palette. Products specified on this project were, Resene SpaceCote Low Sheen, Resene Lusta-Glo, Resene Zylone Sheen, Resene Zylone 20.

Lick Colour and Design are currently working on an interior colour makeover for the Sydney Swans Football Club.