Restauration d'un corps de ferme
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Yellow and blueBlue is the anchor hue and yellow comes into the scheme via the headboard and the pillows to lift the overall palette. A predominantly yellow room might seem too overwhelming.Tip: If you already have a mainly blue room and are nervous about adding yellow, first experiment with some sunny flowers. It’s an easy way to try out any accent colour before committing to costlier items, such as rugs, throws, lampshades and cushions. Wondering how to choose the right blue paint?
Research what’s hot in wallpapers right now“Textured wallpaper [as seen in this room] is still huge and will be for a long time to come,” says Broady. “Not only does it look sumptuous, it can really add warmth and depth to a space. Combine it with rugs and throws, animal-inspired prints or grasscloth textures to make a room look interesting and feel very rich.” For more wallpaper ideas that wow, designs that mimic natural materials are also big news, generally because they’re cheaper to buy and install than the real thing. Look out for realistic marble, polished concrete, brick and wood effects.Nature has also inspired the jungle-themed papers that are popular this season. Look for big leaf motifs, cactus prints and deep and bright greens mixed with touches of bold colour.In addition, Paula Taylor of Graham & Brown predicts that warm metallics will remain strong this season. “We’ve seen the rise of copper and its more feminine partner, rose gold, taking centre stage, teamed with the softer pastel shades and nudes,” she says.