When faced with redecorating a small space, it’s natural to be drawn to light, bright neutral hues that you’ve been told will open up even the pokiest spaces. But choosing a brave, dark colour can be much more effective, creating a cool, dramatic look with an on-trend vibe. From moody hallways to sultry bathrooms, we’ve enlisted the help of some top designers from our SheerLuxe Interiors Panel, to give their tips on how to work dark shades into your home…
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stunning winter style + various dark shades of grey and black + Anna Ericsson + elegant look + thick overcoat + leather leggings + chunky knit scarf + perfect choice + colder days! Brands not specified.
Sustainable Kitchens - The Cosy Stone Cottage Kitchen in Bath. The oak worktop creates the perfect country feel in this shaker style oak kitchen. The base units are painted in Farrow & Ball Down Pipe while the wall units are painted in Farrow & Ball Shaded White.