The Sourceress, Belinda Cendron shares her tips on sustainability and creating modern rituals for your bedroom.
Interiors in 2020 is all sustainability, value and modern rituals. This means natural colours and timeless materials with curves in all the right places and pieces that enhance our lifestyle and well-being.
The return of a sustainability focus and hand-crafted aesthetic to the world of interiors is not only about vintage or natural objects, it’s about pieces made with purpose and a binding philosophy. Pieces with heart and soul, are what makes your house a home. Special touches that evoke an emotional response are what elevates a space from just a room to a sanctuary. A haven of your own, where you can breathe just a little deeper and stimulate the senses with unique items, materials and textures.
As a newlywed or first home buyer, I believe its important to consider that these ‘artisan’ elements will be the special pieces that ultimately make your house a ‘home’ and stand out from the rest.
Supa Centa Moore Park offers everything you need to complete your interiors with all of this in mind. In our dining room, for example, a modern look solid timber dining table pairs beautifully with a hand finished vintage sideboard on an ethically sourced cowhide rug. Whilst hand finished pieces and natural objects such as sustainably sourced corals, faux shells and hand carved figures add layers and introduce fun conversation starters for your space.
In the bedroom, we added organic elements in timber and plants, as well as more ethereal elements such as the large crystal paired with a stack of vintage books and keepsake box to add some charm.
In our living room, I sampled from the huge range or stores for a diverse array of furniture styles in natural materials from sustainably sourced timber and stone, and this hand-crafted drum coffee table, a slate side table and a timber lamp or timber stump table.
With ample parking and free wifi you can shop in comfort and confidence and find everything you need at Supa Centa Moore Park to furnish your new home with style and sustainability in mind.