WHITE FOR LIGHT
Avoid colour on walls in a small room without natural light to be used as an office
you can’t just chop and change, and usually require a professional to help with. To be honest, I don’t think it’s worth spending a few thousand rand on a designer throw when cheaper brands offer fantastic options (that often look better, in my opinion). That R1 000 would be much better invested in a statement pendant light that you’ll love year after year and is far more likely to bring the wow factor to your space than a throw.
QWe just redid a small bathroom in all white and I think we need colour somewhere. We haven’t done the vanity/sink yet. Do you have a suggestion? It’s an old farmhouse, so I’m thinking a warm-dark natural wood. Painting over the white walls is also at least in the mix of possibilities.
If you and your other half are butting heads when it comes to adding colour, how about taking a monochromatic approach instead? Adding black to contrast with the white would be a great way to add some visual punch to the space. Perhaps you could go for a black granite vanity? Or go for a white or pale gray vanity and then add a matte black tap as a statement “pop”.
AQ AI like to change my house so that in autumn it feels cosy and in spring it feels fresh, but my friends think I am crazy to change the decor so often. What do you think and do you have It’s totally okay to change your decor whenever you wish. I also decorate seasonally. Not in every room, of course, but in some. I often repaint a room for a new season because