Take the strata-inspired trend to a whole new level by using its intricate patterns on your ceiling. This apartment in New York, designed by Architecture At, features a breathtaking hand painted mural by Nota Design. It’s a luxurious feature that gives the space a textural focal point and helps to draw the eye upwards, making the room feel larger.
Wallpaper does not have to be uniform. Be creative with your decorating scheme by mixing graphic patterns for a look that is individual. No need to invest in multiple designs, though. We’ve discovered three exciting companies that offer papers which include a mixture of complementary patterns on every roll. ‘Cut and paste sections, apply them landscape or portrait. It’s fun and spontaneous,’ says Ghundoo.
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.
Flooring has come a long way since the days when wall-to-wall carpet was the sine qua non of British domestic interiors. But traditional hardwood, stone and ceramics can be impractical or limiting day-to-day – which is where Amtico’s high-performance vinyl flooring comes in. Whether you’re a pared-back minimalist or someone in search of a more dramatic style statement, Amtico products offer great design flexibility so that they can be tailored to your taste and requirements. The Amtico Signature collection,…
Opaque material provides privacy and a cosy atmospherewithout blocking out all of your precious daylight. This ‘City Lights’ fabric by Jane Churchill is the stylish, modern alternative to traditional net curtains and allows a soft, diffused, ‘twinkling’ glow to fill the room. Hang yours with a draping pencil pleat to create a contemporary window dressing.
Use these large porcelain tiles to give your floor, wall or kitchen splashback a weathered metallic glow. The ‘I Metalli’ designs by Laminam are easy to install and mimic the industrial look of rusting or patinated iron, brass, copper and bronze without the upkeep. They can be used as exterior cladding, too.