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The Stylist Edit

The Stylist Edit: March

Meet Lauren Lee, a studio stylist at our Rosebery store in Sydney. Lauren gained her Masters in Interior Design while studying in Italy, and was an interior designer in Los Angeles and New York before working at Brosa. Her design specialty is ‘high-end residential’, but loves to help out with the odd DIY project.

Describe your role at Brosa?

As a studio stylist for Brosa I conduct client consultations while advising on selection and pairing. This includes spatial planning and visualising mock-up furniture boards to assist customers in making design decisions.

How would you describe your own personal interior style?

I’m very much a neutral minimalist, but love unique details and funky accessories. I’m from Southern California originally so I also have a bit of a boho style at heart.

Where do you find everyday inspiration?

I find lots of inspo from my travels, colour trends in fashion, and design details when out at restaurants and bars.

Lauren’s tip: break up a monochrome palette with texture, such as our Marlon Coffee Table
Lauren’s tip: break up a monochrome palette with texture, such as our Marlon Coffee Table
Lauren’s tip: break up a monochrome palette with texture, such as our Marlon Coffee Table
Lauren’s tip: break up a monochrome palette with texture, such as our Marlon Coffee Table

What are your top tips for a well-styled home?

Make sure you break up monochromatic palettes with some contrast or texture. That can be black steel legs on a sofa (like our Como/Seta), or a textured rug (like the Tribeca) to separate your furniture piece from the floor.

Which design trends are you most excited about in 2022?

I’m loving the retro curves that are coming back in style. It really adds softness, especially to a contemporary space.

What or who inspires you right now?

Since we’ve been given more freedom to travel I’ve taken a few trips exploring Australia. I recently took a trip to Tasmania and fell in love with the nature and modern rustic architectural spaces I visited.

Favourite styling tip that is low cost for high reward?

Good lighting in the form of ambient, task, and decorative lighting. It makes such a difference for your space. Also if you haven't got the green thumb like me, adding faux plants and dried flowers to a space.

Favourite online place to find inspiration?

I use Pinterest and Instagram the most. I also love Dream Home Makeover with Studio McGee on Netflix.

What is your favourite part of the job?

I love getting to do personalised 1:1 consultations with customers. We get to know your needs on a more intimate level and can provide you with recommendations, space planning, and visual mood boards.

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