Every parent knows that trying to decorate a child’s bedroom is a never ending saga. As soon as you have designed it with one theme, they will want something different. Their latest music or sports idol can change before the paint has even dried out! But fear not help is at hand. Read on and I’ll show you how to implement some clever and creative ways which will keep both your child and your wallet happy!
Complementary colours are very appealing to the eye and bright bold colour palettes can look stunning. Use turquoise with soft shades of pastel pinks for a soft feminine look or add some punch with hot pinks and cranberry.
If you’re reading this blog, chances are you enjoy decorating and renovating your home. However there are times when you can’t paint the walls or make any permanent adjustments, if for example you rent your property. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make your home interesting and personal. So read on and I will show you how to bring that zing of colour into your home with soft furnishings, furniture and artwork.
Between the weather and the economy we have more than our fair share of grey in this country! But grey doesn’t have to be the colour of doom and gloom. In fact soft tones of grey teamed with strong vibrant colours is one of my favourite colour combinations at the moment.
Hello and welcome to my BlogMy name is Karen Hughes and I'm an Interior Designer from Dublin, Ireland. I’m passionate about design and I started this blog as a way to connect with others just as passionate as myself. I tend to ramble on about all sorts of things, projects I’m working on, people, places and things that inspire me (and some that don’t). So put the kettle on, get comfy and settle in. I hope you enjoy your visit and don't forget to say hello. Visit my website to find out more about my services and view my work.
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