Our Story

‘You can fix a poor design with a good colour scheme
but you can never save a bad colour scheme with good design.’
– Peter Travis

We are a team of crayon lovers and nature enthusiasts, who believe colour has a powerful influence over people’s mood, emotions and behaviour.

We have found time and time again that the right colour combinations can transform the way people live and work.

Our clients are proud to show off their newly painted spaces that make their home feel more inviting, or arrive at work brimming with confidence about their new look.

Every day we see how a simple change of colour can have a dramatic impact on someone’s life.

If you’re looking to brighten your life with colour, you’ve come to the right place. We offer a range of colour consultations and workshops, including:

  • Colour Design Workshops
  • Keynotes & Presentations
  • Property Consultations
  • Brand Colour consultations
  • Exhibitions & Events
  • Personal Colour Consultations.
Wendy Greenhalf

About Wendy

Wendy is the founder and director of Colour Style Design. She is a certified Colortime® Image Consultant and holds a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. Wendy also has a Certificate IV in Design, a Colour Design Diploma and a Surface Design Diploma from the International School of Colour and Design (ISCD), where she regularly teaches on the topic of colour design.

Wendy is an industry expert on colour trends and is regularly invited to speak at conferences and events, sharing her insights on colour psychology and the impact of colour on the built environment. She draws on her marketing and event management experience for brands including Tourism Australia, Air Canada and NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service to help businesses influence the buying behaviour of their customers with colour.

Wendy draws inspiration from her travels and is fascinated by the way light, culture, heritage, people, climate and landscape create unique colour palettes around the world. She believes nature gets it right every time and often finds colour inspiration in her urban Sydney garden.