To the max

If minimalism isn’t your style, why not try maximalism. Less about collecting clutter and more about layering luxurious colours, fabrics and textures, it’s a trend that gives a nod to everyday glamour.

Ice Diamond dress, $199.99. Vibrant splashes of colour is a key element when creating this look.

Sequin contrast cushion, $12. Achieve the luxe look for less by combining affordable accessories with investment pieces.

Bogart block three-seater sofa, $4840. Velvet upholstery and this lush shade of forest green combine for an extremely sophisticated play on maximalism.

Glass water bottle with cup, $29.95. Glass vessels are a must with this trend, these spots adding a playful twist.

Midnight blooms, from $120. Artwork is an important inclusion in any maximalist setting and this Australian company has plenty of options that fit the bill.

Bone inlay bedside table, $825. Mix it up with furniture, a rug, or other accessory that introduces black and white to the fold.

Samba resin deer head, $239.95. Maximalism also plays on the element of surprise and unexpected additions to a typically functional room.

Carrara Marble soy candle with rose gold lid, $79.95. Ticks two essential boxes in maximalism – marble and rose gold. Keep the vessel long after the candle has gone.

Rosa Noir hand and nail cream, $32.95. Beautiful packaging in your bathroom or bedside can also add a touch of luxury.

Mojito round cushion RRP $89,; velvet cushion, $195, Adorn your sofa with layers of cushions in contrasting colours.

Wild Imagination timber lamp $108.90. Whimsical lighting can add to the feeling of excess, while actually being quite practical.

Pukka Tea, $7.95. Ornate designs displayed in the kitchen can help the look flow from one room to another.

The Dream Maker, $55. Decorative storage in all sizes is useful, while also adding to the layered look favoured by maximalism.

Set of 3 Knife Edge gold rings, $1600. An investment piece that works perfectly with this luxurious trend.

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