Life In Colour With Bree Leech

Life In Colour With Bree Leech

When it comes to interior design, Bree Leech wears many hats. The Melbourne based interior designer, stylist, trend forecaster and director of her namesake creative studio, has certainly cemented herself as a powerhouse in the Australian design scene. Dulux Australia, Bec Judd, and West Elm all feature on her client list. We’re big fans and have had the pleasure of working with Bree on our most recent #insideoutwithFeastWatson campaign. 

 

Feast Watson Outdoor Furniture Oil Outdoor setting

 

If anyone knows the upcoming trends we’ll all be coveting in a season's time, it’s Bree. She’s a trusted voice when it comes to colour and interiors. Her playful, yet warm and refined style has been cultivated over 25 years across multiple design disciplines.      

We asked Bree about her trend predictions for next year and her current inspirations - Envision joyful colour and wiggly designs! 

 

Tell us what you predict the colour / trend of 2022 will be?

Having worked on the Dulux Colour Forecast for 2022, I can say that texture, saturated colour and pastel hues are going to be big for 2022

 

What are three things that are inspiring you right now?

  • The joyful colour at Australian Fashion week this year

  • The wiggly design details of Gustaf Westman

  • Everything coming out of YSG Studio

 

Dulux x Warwick photographer Lisa Cohen @lisacohenphoto

 

What are you working on at the moment?

Trend directions for the Dulux Colour Forecast 2023

 

What’s your favourite space in your home? And why?

At the moment my office has my favourite decor pieces and artwork to keep me inspired and motivated during the busiest time of the year

 

Feast Watson Flooring Choices

Choices Flooring photographer Peter Mac @petemack1

 

What influences your personal style and home / lifestyle?

Unexpected colour & emotional connection - which for me often means colours, shapes and styles from my childhood in the 70s and 80s

 

View Bree’s work below.

breeleech.com

@breeleech