Friday, 25 March 2011

Green With Envy


As the seasons change and we feel a hint of spring in the air why not inject a shot of citrus into your home. You will be the talk of the street as you bring your home right up to date with this fresh colour palette which really gives that flow of bringing the colours of the outdoors indoors.

The perfect feature for any lounge, family room or garden room would be the wonderful pair of Giovanni sofas we currently have on offer in our showroom. These walnut framed sofas are upholstered in a very tactile caterpillar tone fabric from Linwood which gives a beautiful contrast against the woodwork. Finish the room with some occasional tables in walnut to achieve a classic look with a modern twist.



We are also waiting in anticipation to receive our new range from Harlequin which includes citrus & lime tones in a wonderful array of textures and patterns. The zesty tones have been mixed with some moody backgrounds to give a crisp, contemporary look. There is an exciting range of fabrics from shiny opulence to mosaic velvets which can be used for curtains, cushions and upholstery.

The new Osborne & Little Collections Athlone & Maharani could also be used to incorporate this fresh colour scheme with fabrics such as Dingle and Galway in crisp stripes and Maharani in a printed cotton if you want to include some interest with pattern.

Statement accessories are also a great way to introduce a colour accent into any room. Why not add some lamps such as the Heathfiled Mono and Lola which have a delicate glass base in Charteuse Green, the shade incorporating a floral design to give that botanical feel.


If you are tempted to inject some colour into your life why not give us a call and we will be pleased to help you achieve the look!!

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Thank you to Lynsey Grierson, Interior Designer at John Dick & Son who wrote the main content of this blog post, if you wish to contact her you can do so at design@johndickandson.co.uk




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