Though the text indicates 'gray' as the predominant colour in this bedroom scheme, we would veer toward taupe or straw with grey as a secondary colour in the accompanying textiles however .... complementary soft white is in no doubt and pretty accessories with a dash of black in the form of the chandelier for contrast produce a restful, contemporary scheme.
3) Farrow and Ball Stony Ground: Kate Forman says, 'I must have used this colour in almost every house I have worked on. it’s one of those colours that seems to go with just about everything. All of our designs sit with this perfect soft stone grey colour. Here I have used it in this bedroom with our Pink Sophia for the curtains and the bed making the scheme more sophisticated and less ‘girlie’ in its feel!' Full details on Modern Country Style blog: Kate Forman's 8 Favourite Farrow and Ball…
Teal Appeal: 5 ways to use this bold colour in your home. Teal provides a great backdrop for other bright colours to stand out. Below we styled bold pink, red and green shades in front of a subdued teal background which allow them to really pop.
Go traditional with a berry red and rich gold colour scheme to offset faux evergreen wreaths, garlands and hanging pines in your living room this Christmas. The new Winter Cottage collection from @Sainsburys has everything you need to create this timeless look and a range of fabulously festive candles to make sure your home smells Christmassy too! #sponsored #sainsburyshome http://trib.al/GtS6gqN
This Feng shui garden utilises many Japanese Acers. The Acers forms are kept small as is tradition in Japanese gardens. The key colours in this garden are purple/violets/pinks and greens. Although not opposites on the colour wheel this combination of colours compliments each other and with the selection of plants gives the feel of a very tradtional Japanese garden.