By Shobukobar. Interior Design. At Sunday, December 15th 2019, 06:22:12 AM.
Navy kitchens are de rigueur at the moment - "but even mid and light blues will thrive on cabinetry", says Amy. In colour psychology terms, blue is calm and serene, so it works well in bedrooms. "It is also linked to intelligence and contemplation, which is why you often see it in a home office," she reveals.
Frame your fireplace with a set of built-in shelves. This is a great way to create a feature wall in a living room. Feature walls look best when they are symmetrical, so make your shelving units equal in size. In the living room design above, we used open shelves. You can also add doors to cover the lower portion for closed storage. Add a pair of sconces and a mirror or painting above the fireplace to complete the look.
Instantly modernise your living room with a beautiful piece of statement mirrored furniture, such as a coffee table or console table. Using furniture and accessories featuring a mirrored or glass surface is a great way to make a space feel brighter and bigger. The reflective nature of these pieces bounce light, so they are an excellent option for windowless rooms. What’s more, glass and mirrored furniture work well with every kind of colour palette, so there are no limitations in terms of style.