Elrington Road E8. This gorgeous Victorian terrace has been renovated to high spec to retain original features with a modern twist. Features a lovely entryway, galley kitchen with green subway tiles and brass units, parquet flooring, childrens nursery, open fireplaces, mid-century furnishings, modern glass extension with window seat and a quaint summer house in the garden, a perfect backdrop for interior décor/product shoots.
This color has always been a favorite of mine. I’ve heard it called olive gray. Sage green. Army green. Even grunge green. But, it’s basically a grayed down version of warm green. I remember it fondly from my ’90s days (er, I mean, my little sister’s ’90s days). Now, it’s making a comeback in fashion...Read the Post
This dark green and light grey hallway with wood flooring is light and welcoming: 'A horizontal band of colour at ground level which includes painting the same colour on the skirting board will look great and help to reduce the appearance of scuffs and we (lighting ideas bedroom)
Ein stillvolles Poster mit den Blättern eines Bananenbaums auf einem weißen Hintergrund. Die Blätter erscheinen in dunklen Grünnuancen, was schöne Kontraste im Bild erschafft. Das Spiel der Farben lassen das Bild noch lebhafter und exotischer
Dark blue walls....... What's not to love! — HORNSBY STYLE
Dark blue walls? yes please! I think using blue on the walls of our homes had a bad rep for far too long, and now thankfully they've returned in the last five years or so, but in much deeper, richer colours.
Right now in interiors I'm noticing, and loving, the use of slightly dirty pastels. By that I mean, soft earthy shades as opposed to the ice cream pastels you might find in a child's room. In particular I'm kind of obsessed with soft sage green. I find it soft enough to be pretty, but not overly fem