Ways to use colour
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1. Opt for Babouche on your front door to say a welcoming hello. 2. Use Gervase Yellow in a bathroom alongside Lime White for a cooler-toned yellow pairing. 3. Create a dining room scheme inspired by Monet’s dining room at Giverny by choosing Citron walls paired with Tallow trim and a vibrant pop of Danish Lawn on furniture such as chairs.
This mid-century modern green is perfect for those who want to embrace stronger colour in the home, its sober tone creates rooms that feel calm and serene - especially when combined with soft pinks and browns.
Scheme 1: London Clay walls with Templeton Pink trim and Stirabout on the ceiling Scheme 2: Light Blue walls with London Clay trim and a Slipper Satin ceiling Scheme 3: London Clay walls with a pop of Bamboozle, such as on bookshelves
Painting interior doors, may that be to an adjoining room or those hiding away storage, is a great way to add more personality to a space. Here are 5 great examples worth saving for your next project.
If you're looking to add this muted rose shade to your home but are struggling to decide on a neutral to pair with it, here are 3 whites which complement the romantic shade perfectly.
Take a darker shade across the door frame for a subtle yet unexpected twist.
Boot rooms can offer much more than simply being a space to leave dirty boots.
1: Sudbury Yellow, Lime White and Wimborne White 2: Yeabridge Green, Cabbage White and Beverly 3: Cook’s Blue, Railings and Wevet
1: Green Smoke walls with Down Pipe woodwork and Bone on the ceiling, perfect for a hallway where the light is restricted. 2: A bedroom scheme of Cinder Rose walls with Strong White trim and ceiling and Green Smoke on a piece of furniture. 3: A scheme for a kitchen of #ShadedWhite walls, Vitty Green cabinetry, Green Smoke on the central island and a pop of Belvedere Blue on a larder or table legs.
Be inspired to introduce blue tones into your home and find the perfect shade for your space.