For an eclectic modern feel try mixing bold colours with natural tones and textures. This combination of deep oak worksurfaces and wood effect floor tiles effortlessly compliments the dark slate of the cabinets and the deep teal feature wall, forming a harmonious kitchen space. Open shelves and copper accessories add warmth and brightness to the look. Find your ideal kitchen at Wickes.
The London bathroom shown here is by interior designer Roselind Wilson. It features taps by The Watermark Collection as part of a look she’s described as “sophisticated-industrial”. The taps, from the ‘Zen’ and ‘London’ collections, are in a Vintage Brass finish and share an architectural simplicity of form thewatermarkcollection.eu
The Contemporary Renovation Of A 100 Year-Old Home In Australia
This modern master bathroom has a large grey tiles covering the walls and floors. A glass partition separates the shower from the white floating vanity, and a skylight adds plenty of natural light to the room.
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