Why you should be eating Rainbow Coloured Food
Theory and Therapy

Why we Should be Eating a Rainbow Coloured Diet

Why you should be eating Rainbow Coloured Food
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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. Eating different colours of fruit and vegetables ensures a variety of phytochemicals and nutrients. Continue reading “Why we Should be Eating a Rainbow Coloured Diet”

Trends and Travel

Colour for the Soul in Nairobi, Kenya

Always on the look out for colour inspiration, I was excited when a friend invited me to Nairobi for a few days. With just a short amount of time I never realized there was so much to do and see in Nairobi and what an effect it would have on me. Here are the highlights of my trip. Continue reading “Colour for the Soul in Nairobi, Kenya”

What your favourite colour says about you
Colour Sense, Theory and Therapy

What Your Favourite Colour Says About You

We are all unique individuals with no two people being the same, however much research has revealed that there is a link between colours we are drawn to and particular personality traits. In fact some psychologists use this research to help them get more information about their patients. Continue reading “What Your Favourite Colour Says About You”

Interiors and Exteriors

Bedroom Before and After Colour

Working on Spaces Magazine means I get to see the most beautiful makeovers done by wonderful stylists. This often leaves with me a dilemma because I can’t choose what I want to do in my own house. Continue reading “Bedroom Before and After Colour”

Interiors and Exteriors

Michele Throssell’s journey to becoming one of SA’s top Interior Designers

Michele Throssell's journey to becoming one of SA's top Interior Designers
Michele Throssell photographed by Elsa Young for Frank Fratures

I met Michele at Pietermaritzburg University, we studied Economics (yes Economics!) together. With both of us taking a creative path in our lives, I was keen to catch up with her and find out how she has become one of the most sought after interior designers in South Africa. Continue reading “Michele Throssell’s journey to becoming one of SA’s top Interior Designers”

Interiors and Exteriors

12 of Durban’s Art Deco Buildings you will just Adore

12 of Durban's Art Deco Buildings you will just Adore
Image: Anne Roselt

My home the coastal city of Durban South Africa is well known for its magnificent beaches, hotels, world class shopping and diverse cultures that are steeped in history. What you may not know, is that hidden between the high rise buildings and residences are some of the most incredible Art Deco buildings dating back to the 1930’s. Continue reading “12 of Durban’s Art Deco Buildings you will just Adore”

Theory and Therapy

Colour Sense: Ever wondered why the Sky is Blue?

We are surrounded by colour but most of us take it for granted, have you ever wondered for instance why the sky is blue?  Colour makes sense when you have an understanding of where colour comes from (the theory). It helps you understand colour therapy which has an impact on colour trends. So why is the sky blue? Continue reading “Colour Sense: Ever wondered why the Sky is Blue?”