A colour changes depending on the light and this is the most common reason why a colour scheme that you might have copied from another room or magazine doesn’t look quite the way you had hoped.
Colours have an effect on our emotions as well as our senses and can be used as a valuable way to stimulate, inspire or relax.
Do you have a room that doesn’t get enough natural light? Add brightness with warm hues like duck egg blue and primrose yellow.
Turn your bathroom into a tranquil oasis with a warm grey colour scheme that exudes serenity.
Go from casual to formal dining with a cohesive colour scheme that balances practicality with sophistication.
Get inspired by Van Gogh with a sunny yellow colour scheme that evokes warmth.
Love the joyous hues of Claude Monet’s paintings? Dip into the Impressionist’s paint palette to spice up your home.
Add energy to a functional room with a striking orange colour.
A golden hue that evokes warm spring days, apricot is particularly powerful in small spaces or rooms that receive little natural light.
You only need a simple splash of colour to make meal times magical.