The soothing effect of Blue and Green is a great option for bringing in some vibrancy and spark into the room.
Like diving into the big blue sea, the range of blue hues covers pale seafoam to sparkling lapis lazuli and everything in between.
More adventurous than pastels, these colours are dynamic and filled with personality.
The grounding shades of terracotta, cinnamon and clay have been edging onto interior palettes for a few seasons now, and this year they have their moment at the forefront of decorating.
These earthen hues bring a sense of warmth and comfort to a space. Unlike the decor of 70’s interiors, these shades add sophistication, a sense of the natural environment, an oasis in the frenetic urban world if you will.
Warm timber and handles finished in tactile leather, tan, cognac & almond, reference a vintage mood.
Neutral, timeless and practical, grey & charcoal hues are classic colours for interiors.
Soft greys tone down a room and add subtle sophistication.
Adding a burnished finish to fixtures and fittings within a framework of mid grey against marble detailing, adds sophistication and elegance whilst imbuing a wet area with a golden glow and a sense of good health.