Bedrooms should be a place of rest and relaxation, and colour can have a big influence on our mental state. If you need some inspiration, greys and blues are a great option as they instil a sense of order and calm. Adding gentle prints and textures will keep it interesting without shocking the system.
Moving on from blushed hues, wine-inspired tones are the next big trend in the pink/red family. These colours all incorporate a dash of purple (the colour of the year) to add a touch of sophistication. Your inspiration can be anything from a peachy pink Rosé to a deep ruby Merlot.
Although painting walls white might seem like the easy choice for an interior designer, choosing the perfect white is an art in itself. “Pure white” is almost never used, so the designer must consider warm/cool tones, tints, glossy/matte finishes, and how all of these will be affected by the lighting of the space.
Ever wondered how to choose the right rug for any room size? We go through the rug rules that interior designers live by to get the perfect look every time.
Want to know what runs through a designers’ head when they first enter a room? We introduce the seven interior elements designers think about most.
Ever dreamed of staying in your bedroom all day? These top 5 interior design tips will have you loving your boudoir so much that you’ll never want to leave it again.
Shhh! The pros won’t like it but we’re letting you in on interior design secrets you never knew. Add these into your repertoire of interior design go-tos for a sure-fire way to impress your clients and make your name in the industry.