The rust tone is warm and it’s best layered with lots shades of this one colour – plus splashes of rose as a lightener. This creates a lovely building of the colour with no striking other colours to distract from the colour. It’s not overwhelming at all. It’s also a colour that works with trends including Traveller, Moroccan and Woodland.
If you just want a little rust, use in a clean white or soft grey interior with lots of wood tones and keep minimal so the rust stands out.
For walls we’ve found Red Earth (Farrow + Ball) and Heat (Little Green Paint Co). Create the full impact by also painting skirtings, doors, frames as well as walls in a rust tone.
This Italian space-age chandelier was designed by Gaetano Sciolari with smoked glass globes produced by French glass maker Vianne. Depending on the ceiling height, the chain can be adjusted to the correct height. The original ceiling cap is included. In excellent vintage condition.
This beautiful curved silhouette armless armchair is from Zara Home. Pair with other soft tone neutrals in the fabrics of other furniture in the room and soft furnishings, together with lighter woods and lots of soft white.
It’s available in two colours (grey or pale blue) and could be yours for £349.99.
It may not be a choice of colour that jumps out at you, but beige is to take over our lives and homes during 2019. No longer is it seen as dull, lifeless and dated, beige is actually a warming & calming colour which acts as a nuetral backdrop to bolder shades.
Layer up different shades of beige with accents of brass, gold, wood and additional colours of black and white, creating a very collated room.
There are so many accessories and soft furnishing options to bring a bit of beige into your home. H&M Home has jumped on this trend and has a huge choice of cushions, throws and bedding to add a hint to a room
January is definitely a good time for new interior ideas and DIY projects, and with purse strings being a little tighter after Christmas, a good affordable DIY is a good option.
We love this staggered upwards box shelving idea from Homesthetics which as well as being stylish, it’s practical offering a decent amount of shelving and storage for a company space as the space is gained going upwards.
Head to high street stores for affordable box shelves to work with in staggered formation up the wall. We found good options at IKEA, IKEA, Dunelm and MrHousey.
Such a beautiful floor lamp, and such a great discount. For a great new feature in the home, invest in the midcentury styled Milton floor lamp from Heals.
Was £299 Now £179 and available in cream or black.
Blending mid-century styling with functionality, the Milton Task Table and Floor Lamp Range are compact enough to sit within any modern interior. The Milton range is designed in Banbury, and crafted from sturdy powder coated steel which is hand-painted to an antique brass finish becoming a solid design statement. The floor lamp is adjustable via a handle, allowing the user to direct the light perfectly over a sofa, or armchair when reading, or left to illuminate a room when at full height.
Still time to catch this great exhibition at the Design Museum. ‘Home Futures’ runs until March.
Explore today’s home through the prism of yesterday’s imagination. Are we living in the way that pioneering architects and designers throughout the 20th century predicted, or has our idea of home proved resistant to real change?