New bronze age

ImageIt seems there is nothing common between for example wood and metal. Yet metal details work magic in interior design.

Take wood & metal. Wood is warm, porous, matte, absorbing and breathing. Metal, on the hand, is cold, smooth, glossy, reflective and still. The combination of these materials with antonymous qualities creates surprisingly calm and harmonious environment which is neither boring nor screaming.

Incorporating brass elements into grey dominant interior fills the space with balanced atmosphere of sophistication without snobbism, industrial structure with nostalgic edge.

Metal brings grounded structure to an interior which is pleasant for both men and women. For kids it offers a great mixture of textures, creating focused environment where they can absorb new knowledge and experiences.

Absorbent & reflective.

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Matte &  glossy.

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Textured and smooth.

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Clear accents.

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Don’t overdo it!

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Colours of 2014

In my last post I mentioned white colour as a medium to visually unclutter small spaces. 2014 offers new inspirations for your interiors. Designers take a modern twist on the traditional by pairing soft pastels with vivid brights to create a colourful equilibrium. So here some of the hits.

Disciplined romance of a city living – Paloma Grey

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Fresh memories – Violet Tulip

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 Natural commitment – Hemlock Green

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To be continued….