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manga merida by tinhan.deviantart.com on @deviantART

manga merida by tinhan.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Tom Rawstorne celebrated the completion of his flat pack house by settling down to a microwave meal and a James Bond film inside

Could YOU build a flatpack house? Home in a box costs just £6,500. But is it really as easy to build as an IKEA bookcase? We gave one brave dad a week to try

Possible big bear faire design ;) Could This Flatpack House Be as Easy to Build as an IKEA Bookcase?

5 Ideas for Hallway Inspiration - The Chromologist

An inspirational image from Farrow and Ball, India yellow packs a big punch so use it in small amounts with lots of contrast in natural colors.

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…

How To Use Dark Shades In Small Spaces

Marble sinks and hex tiles and industrial lighting, OH MY! Delicious bathrooms to love by Studio M.

Portfolio of Andy Doig's work showing his neon art made at Fishtail Neon Studio in Brighton.

Portfolio of Andy Doig& work showing his neon art made at Fishtail Neon Studio in Brighton.

Make a brave, bold statement in your bathroom or kitchen with these bright & funky yellow glass metro tiles. Brand new to the UK, find these cutting edge products at amazing prices from Too-Jazzy.com.

Acid Yellow Boom Glass Metro Tiles

New Brand Identity for The Hugo by Studio Brave — BP&O... - a grouped images picture - Pin Them All

The Hugo Branding by StudioBrave Fivestar Branding – Design and Branding Agency & Inspiration Gallery

TEAL color schemes for rooms - This is pretty much the colour scheme for my dining room... but stuck on what to do with adjoining living and kitchen!

My favourite colour palette for my dream stroller would have to be orange and teal. I'd accessorise the teal tide armadillo flip with orange accents.