Use this vibrant color as an accent hue to add a splash of sunshine in any room. Indian yellow color is a spicy, exotic shade that is best partnered with more neutral colors, such as white or grey. For extra impact, use it as a statement accent in unexpected places to create zingy curtain drapes, bright internal doors and window sills, or as a striking floor covering – a mustard-hued rug creates a luxurious golden glow. Alternatively, for an effect…
Think a red boudoir is a decorating cliché? Think again! Recreate the sanctuary-like feel of this bedroom by layering muted tones such as dusty lilac, raspberry and coral – and add dashes of eggplant for extra sophistication. Take inspiration from the palette pictured below.
Design inspiration has taken from California’s arid but beautiful desert landscapes. The results include tooled leather, geometric patterns, rough weaves and a rugged yet warm palette of dusty corals and sandy browns.
Pair this season’s sumptuous shade of deep green with the warm lustre of patinated metal – very apt given that historically pigments used to make the colour green were based on copper minerals such as malachite; or verdigris, a brilliant hue produced as a result of the oxidisation process. Start with your walls – Little Greene’s “Dark Brunswick Green” is a good match, or try “Malachite” by Fired Earth – then choose from our edit of opulent furnishings.