"The key to harmonising different shades of the same colour is to keep to the same under tone. In this case, all the greens, from the darkest myrtle on the walls and shutters to the softest olive on the velvet sofa, share an element of yellow. The mustard pulls the look together and gives the room wonderful shaft of sunlight. Add a pop of contrasting colour such as this hot pink."
The Chesterfield sofa, typified by its familiar design - a large couch with rolled arms the same height as the back, with deep button tufting and nail-head trim. The lore around the Chesterfield is that it was invented when the fourth Earl of Chesterfield, Philip Stanhope (1694-1773), commissioned a similar sofa in the mid-18th century
For an eclectic modern feel try mixing bold colours with natural tones and textures. This combination of deep oak worksurfaces and wood effect floor tiles effortlessly compliments the dark slate of the cabinets and the deep teal feature wall, forming a harmonious kitchen space. Open shelves and copper accessories add warmth and brightness to the look. Find your ideal kitchen at Wickes.