When it comes to interiors, though dark colours may seem daunting, stepping away from pale shades doesn’t mean your space needs to look dark and gloomy. Deep, rich hues, like inky blues, charcoal greys and smoky blacks, will add an instant hit of luxe sophistication to any space. So, whether you’re after cosy and intimate or grand and sprawling, here’s how to experiment with the sultriest shades of the season…

Interiors Trend: Dark Colours

When it comes to interiors, though dark colours may seem daunting, stepping away from pale shades doesn’t mean your space needs to look dark and gloomy. Deep, rich hues, like inky blues, charcoal greys and smoky blacks, will add an instant hit of luxe sophistication to any space. So, whether you’re after cosy and intimate or grand and sprawling, here’s how to experiment with the sultriest shades of the season…

This grey living room with floor to ceiling bookcases uses a very uniform shelf structure but displays the books themselves in a random, jumbled way, creating a unque and interesting feature wall

This grey living room with floor to ceiling bookcases uses a very uniform shelf structure but displays the books themselves in a random, jumbled way, creating a unque and interesting feature wall

Vintage leather armchairs trimmed with nailhead give this space a clubby English look.

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A living room with a grey three-seat sofa, chaise longue and a black round coffee table. Combined with four grey glass-door cabinets.

A living room with a grey three-seat sofa, chaise longue and a black round coffee table. Combined with four grey glass-door cabinets.

We need somewhere to put the vac, laundry & ironing board & coats. Perfect for the alcove in our dining room.

We need somewhere to put the vac, laundry & ironing board & coats. Perfect for the alcove in our dining room.

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