What Colours you Wear Say About You

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The impact of the colours you wear The colours you wear have an impact on your mood and how you feel, they also tell the world a little bit about you. While we all have our favourite and feel good colours that suit our personality and skin tone, understanding the effects different colours have can […]

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Turquoise – A 2018 Trend Colour

Turqupise Trend 2018 - anne-roselt

Turquoise I am excited to see that one of my favourite colours – Turquoise is making a comeback. I love it because this special combination of blue and green reminds me of the beauty of the Ocean.Turquoise is known for it’s invigorating, cooling and calming qualities. It is also fun and uplifting, youthful and sporty. […]

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First Ever Living and Breathing Chandelier that Purifies the Air

Incredible Living and Breathing Bionic Chandelier

 The Exhale Chandelier How incredibly exciting to have the world’s first living and breathing chandelier on display at the V&A Museum for the London Design Festival. The chandelier called Exhale features transparent glass petals which contain live green algae.

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The Black Exterior of this Modern Home blends perfectly into the Environment

Would you be brave enough to Paint Your House Black

Black Exterior If you live in a coastal eco estate, with a 42 acre indigenous coastal forest teaming with wildlife, black might not be the first colour that comes to mind when choosing a colour for the exterior of your home.

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The Colour Meanings of a Zulu Love Letter

The Zulu Love Letter Many years ago, before writing letters and cell phones, the Zulu women in South Africa used colour and beading to express feelings and communicate messages regarding gender and marital status.

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Why we Should be Eating a Rainbow Coloured Diet

Why you should be eating Rainbow Coloured Food

Colours of Food We often hear about eating more ‘greens” but did you know eating other colours of fruit and vegetables are just as important. Each colour family of plants contains a unique set of chemicals called phytochemicals (plantchemicals) which work with vitamins, minerals and fibre to promote good health and lower the risk of disease. […]

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