By Lynnette Hartsock. interior. Published at Wednesday, August 08th, 2018 - 18:30:07 PM.
We love the unexpected styling of a colour coordinated ornamental bicycle in this room scheme. The bright red seat is a nice cheerful touch.Orange meets blue again in this enormous layout. Because blue is at the opposite side of the colour wheel to orange. the combination is naturally striking. Just a kick away from orange on the colour wheel is yellow. making it another eye-catching combo.A blue-yellow mix in more muted shades.
This one nestles nicely where a run of wall cupboards have been brought up short. The bright yellow ones above pull the kitchen and the television area together.Wood finish accent walls don't have to be flat. This amazing wooden wall has been designed to mimic shattered glass. with each section of wood cut into a shard. The wooden ‘shards' were then mounted not quite flush. so that each piece would reflect the light at a slightly different angle to achieve the desired effect.
This TV has been mounted to a towering chimney breast where large wooden slabs overlap one another. appearing like a huge work of art.A reflective black backdrop camouflages glossy TV screen. The colourful stripe rug and scatter cushions on the sofa also work to draw the eye away from the powered down set and into the room.How about this giant propellor to distract the eye from a blank TV set!
Wood slat walls are another great way to give added texture to a woodtone wall. This one also incorporates sections of ‘living wall'. with plants situated right between the slats.Grey toned wood has been spliced into a tile-like design here. The same wood tone is used for the door of a base console and a side unit that displays decorative crockery and wine glasses.A concrete wall makes a dramatic partnership with wood tone.