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Styling Spotlight… Elkie Brown

One of my favourite shoots in the current issue of Heart Home is “not just black and white,” styled by Elkie Brown. A former visual merchandiser and window dresser, Elkie first moved into fashion, home and gift buying before pursuing a career as a freelance stylist in 2010.

I love her beautiful portfolio of work, which includes editorial features for Red and YOU magazines, as well as The White Company. Not afraid to mix and match a pattern or two, her work is bold and vibrant, layering up textures and tones to create a wonderfully cosy feel.

Which images are catching your eye?

Author bio

Kate Baxter is a columnist for Heart Home and authors the blog Fabric of my Life. A PR girl by day and interiors stylist in every remaining hour God sends, Kate founded Fabric of my Life as a little corner of cyberspace where she could collect all her design ideas, passions, thoughts and musings into one big magpie's nest. You can follow her on Twitter @fabricofmylife. Read more posts by .

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