London based Wallpaper designer and painter Sian Zeng was born in China and grew up in Hungary. After graduating from the renowned Central Saints Martins College she founded her own label. We spoke to her about her approach to colour and asked her for tips on paint colours that can be combined with her wallpapers.
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Colours with warm undertones ensure timeless harmony in both classic and modern interior styles. The English paint manufacturer Little Greene has also taken up this theme and derived inspiring neutral shades from it. With the Stone colour palette, it offers modern New Neutrals colour shades that are perfectly matched to different room situations.
The skilful combination of colours and textures is a central element of perfect interior design. This also includes the combination of glossy and matt surfaces in the same colour. The juxtaposition of matt and gloss creates dynamism and gives the room depth, character and a touch of avant-garde elegance.
Matching walls and interior tone on tone has a long tradition in Scandinavian interior design. The effect is restrained and timeless.A good starting point for this very Nordic colour concept are the wallpapers of the traditional Swedish brands Sandberg and Boråstapeter, many of which are in subtle colours. Clear white or grey components in all colour tones allow the wallpapers to recede visually in the room.
Choosing the right colour for the ceiling is important for a harmonious room concept. However, when designing a room with colour, the focus is usually on the colour of the walls. The ceiling is often overlooked. In this article, I show you what you should consider when choosing the ceiling colour.
The new Sweet Treats special colour collection from Little Greene focuses on warm honey, caramel and chocolate tones. A total of 9 colours can be used to create cosy interiors. They are named after well-known desserts and sweet baked goods.
The expressive Carte Blanche paint and wallpaper collection is a collaboration between the traditional English paint brand Farrow & Ball and the celebrated young fashion designer Christopher John Rogers. It features versatile shades and wallpapers.
For Joa Studholme, colour curator of the renowned British paint manufacturer Farrow & Ball, one thing is certain: children's rooms allow for many different colour concepts. From pastel shades to bold statement colours, many things are possible to create beautiful and gender-neutral spaces for children to grow up in.
Finding the right combination of wallpapers and colours is a major challenge in wall design and colour consulting. At the same time, it makes a decisive contribution to creating a coherent room concept in the end.
Matching wallpaper and interior tone on tone creates a calm, relaxed atmosphere in the children's room that leaves plenty of room for imagination.