There is no ‘design-law’ that forbids you from mixing two elements who by nature are opposites. Pair aged, distressed hardwood floors with stainless steel elements, ultra-modern tables and chairs, or retro glass chandeliers. Although not an entirely new approach, pairing muted neutrals with bold, primary colours is another example of clashing complimentary elements. Incorporating different patterns into your decorating scheme can be incredibly intimidating. But layering patterns is an art in itself and pays off in the end. The trick is to combine prints in different styles and scales. Trust us with the right choices the finished space will harmonise the pairings in unexpected ways.
We are always focused on the fixtures and fittings for the kitchen; take care of even the smallest details, but never experiment a lot when it comes to colour. Spoiler alert: You can use every possible colour of the rainbow and still get a gorgeous looking space to make your most favourite dishes. From splashy modernism to rustic industrialism, we have seen it all. Yet those brightly coloured cabinets are the ones that get stuck in our minds. This trend is in its true sense the underdog in decor trends.