The days are getting warmer, evenings are getting lighter and flowers are blooming!
The arrival of Spring is the perfect excuse to revamp, spruce up, and enhance your interior design. It is a time to experiment with fresh colours and textures, and to discover new patterns and uplifting palettes. Look out for a new natural designs which reflect a growing interest in sustainability and the environment.
Smart dining room: Navy & Shell
For a look which is bright by day and atmospheric by night, try Navy blue on the walls and creamy white and beige Shell on the ceiling and woodwork.
Calming bedroom: Mist / Snow / Shell
A relaxing bedroom needs warm, gentle and soothing colours. Mist is a contemporary mid-grey which works beautifully on walls. Combine it with Snow white on the ceiling and Shell on the woodwork. Add a pop of colour with your choice of fabrics and bedlinen.
Moss is a cool green-grey that works well in all spaces and looks particularly good with plants.
Study: Old Rose + Smoke / Silver Birch / Snow
For a calm and dignified workspace, choose Old Rose for the walls. Paint shelves and storage units a strong, deep grey like Smoke. A warm and rich grey like Silver Birch looks great on the woodwork. Finish the ceiling with Snow white.
Ground floor colour flow: Cactus / Moss / French Grey / Lily / Snow
It's a common mistake to think of rooms in isolation when you’ll have views from one room to another indoors. When planning your revamped interior design, consider creating a flow between rooms using a selection of hues positioned next to each other on the colour wheel - for example a blue, then a navy, and a third colour that’s either a mix of the first two or an accent, such as turquoise.