I am a Mum of three kids who lives in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. I work as a self employed Accountant / Bookkeeper most days whilst my kids are at school and kinder. I discovered Instagram just under three years ago when I was looking for inspiration for our renovation. I am now lucky enough to work as a brand rep and content creator for some amazing brands. I love styling homewares and prints in my home. Content creation has now become a passion of mine, my creative outlet when I’m not crunching numbers!
Q&A with Bianca Masciulli
How would you describe your creative style?
My home has a mixture of white and grey walls (hence the name of my account) so I tend to stick to monochrome colours and tones with some natural elements (greenery and timber). I love to showcase products in my home through shelfies (my favourite prop is the mantle in my bedroom), close up product shots, flatlays and larger scale styled room photos.
What kind of equipment do you use?
I use an IPhone 8 Plus. I will hopefully be purchasing a DSLR later in the year to use for close up product shots. I use a few different editing apps, my favourite is PS Express.
Can you tell us why you love art prints and experimenting with pattern?
I have prints all throughout my home. Some are expensive forever pieces, the others are inexpensive internet finds. It is these prints that I change frequently when I modify the style or theme of a room. Without even realising it, I have incorporated patterns through my home via textured pots, ceramic vases, cushions and towels. Patterns don’t need to be bold or bright, most of mine are in muted monochrome tones.
To read some of Bianca's expert interior styling tips see her blog post: Interior style tips: How to transform your space using art prints
Can you share a few of your favourite images and tell us why you love them?
I love how the patterned tray stands out and highlights the candle in this photo. I try to add a bold or patterned element in my flat lays for this reason. A few brands have asked me to recreate this setup for their own products.
This room is a perfect example of my love of monochrome. I’m always constantly changing the look and feel with new cushions and new prints.
My most popular shelfie. It mixes monochrome patterns with layered prints and timber elements. I am always changing the look of this shelf but I did keep that setup for longer than usual.
I am so honoured to be hosting the Creatively Squared challenge this week. Every week I am blown away by the amazing entries, I have saved many for my flatlay inspiration. I look forward to seeing the entries created by your super talented community.