Ombre wall paint inspiration, on trend for 2016. Love the transition of dark to light blue here, especially how well it contrasts with white furniture. Blue and white work very well together and here's a way of introducing blue without giving screaming "beach house".
//Charlotte Mann, wall drawings in marker | Charlotte Mann is a British artist who draws on walls as an adult — and gets paid for it! Mann specializes in wall drawings and drawn room installations, created with bold black markers on a white ground. The delightful effect is essentially one of being inside a large pen and ink drawing. Link: www.charlottemann.co.uk #drawings
Diane Hill hand painted interiors turquoise chinoiserie mural. Colourful nursery (or children's bedroom) inspired by 18th century silk wallpaper. Create a stunning interior design for your home decor, or a feature wall. This corner of the nursery interior features chinoiserie peonies and a beautiful chinoiserie peacock nestled in a tree.
Beach bathroom tallboy storage free standing unit with 5 drawers photograph. Ideas and designs in furniture for decorating your coastal bathroom from The White Lighthouse www.thewhitelighthousefurniture.co.uk
The striking dual-toned walls in the kitchen – half light grey plaster and half dark blue paint – are a fresh take on classic wall panelling; the crisp dividing line is a modern replacement for a dado rail, and with the contrasting lighter shade gives the illusion of height and space. For a similar blue/black colour, try Farrow & Ball’s Railings (farrow-ball.com)