Exploring when and when not to use sketch drawings, mood boards, 3-D models and furnishing and finishing boards in our design process.
Finding tiles that work with your paint colours and vice versa is a common conundrum and one I’m asked to help clients with frequently, so I’d like to share a couple of tips on how to choose a tile and paint scheme that will work together for an eye-catching and harmonious look.
Not for the first time a recent client deemed yellow to be her ‘scary colour’! Yellow is fascinating because it’s wavelength is long and therefore stimulating. Also known as a ‘psychological primary’, it’s stimulus is emotional, meaning its positive and negative properties make an impact on us psychologically.
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