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Inside the Brand New Bright Bazaar Book

I thought I was pretty colour confident until I got my hands on the amazing Bright Bazaar book and realised just how daring and dramatic Will Taylor is with hue. As a self confessed colour addict (and one of my fave bloggers), his first book showcases the magic that can happen when you truly embrace the fact that colour is your friend.

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Split into three sections (Colour is your Friend, Bringing Colour Home and Colour Cocktails), Bright Bazaar explores such themes as getting colour confidence, finding inspiration, mixing palettes and so much more. As an extension of his highly popular blog, the book showcases his travels across the globe, snapping and showing off the best colour the world has to offer.

He even gets the stamp of approval from designer and author Jonathan Adler (check out his book here), and West Elm UK have given the book the thumbs up too, naming Will their go-to blogger for colour inspiration.

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There’s nothing not to love about Bright Bazaar. It’s colourful, eclectic, inspiring and will fill your mind with new style concepts and ways to look at the world more colourfully.

As you can see above, even Mim gives it her seal of approval (her fave pages were those that covered off monochrome. She’s a graphic kinda gal).

Bright Bazaar Book Review

Outside of writing the TLC Interiors blog, Chris is an interior stylist and author. You can also catch him on your TV screens as a designer on Channel 10's Changing Rooms. If you'd like to book a design consult with Chris, you can find out more here

Comments (2)

  • Deb hornsby

    Love this post
    Colour is fun n comfy and makes things not feel posh and untouchable in a home
    I need this book

    reply

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