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Innovative designs to create the wow factor

If you’re in the mood for change, then why not give your interior design the wow factor by trying out new textures, paint styles, colour schemes, and soft furnishings.

Here are some ideas to get you thinking creatively.

Inspirational wall murals

Amongst the most popular murals are those that transport you to another place, typically a tropical island. Nature themes work well with classic shorelines, floral landscapes, and architectural trees.

Wall murals are often inspirational and reflect the natural world. Ocean blue is a colour at the heart of many mural landscapes as it’s calming and thought-provoking, bringing tranquillity to a room.

Fine finish spray painting

Spray painting gives a seamless look that avoids brush and roller marks. It’s perfect for achieving a high-quality finish that brings a design to life.

If you’re considering refurbishing your kitchen, spray painting cabinets is a cost-effective way to achieve a completely new look. Throughout the house, spray paint can give a new lease of life to ornaments and furniture.

Smart and sleek, spray paint gives you the option of an array of colours and styles and can be used to transform surfaces such as wood, plastic, metal, and other materials. Use it to stunning effect on walls, cabinets, furniture, and ornaments.

Rustic character and charm

Rustic chic is achieved with lived-in furniture and natural textiles. If you already have some rustic features, such as original floorboards, exposed timber beams or panelled walls, you can build on this look.

Reclaimed wood brings character and dimensions with grain and texture. Antique and retro pieces can be added to bring vintage charm to the design.

For the walls, choose an earthy colour scheme with deep reds, rusts, greens, browns, and warm amber tones. Then accessorise with chandeliers, mirrors, meadow prints and faded fabrics.

Bold primary-coloured features

If you have a muted backdrop, you can bring in eye-catching primary-coloured pieces to make a statement.

A bright red lamp or a peacock blue print will stand out. Yellow is uplifting and brings sunshine into a room, and is perfect for soft furnishings, including blinds and cushions.

Dropping primary colours into a design by way of paintings, soft furnishing, lamps, or mirror frames is a simple way to bring your personality to the room.

From minimal to maximum

Minimal may still be the choice for many, but maximalist is finding its place.

If you love colours and prints, don’t be afraid to combine them. Stripes mixed with checks are currently on trend with a common colour theme to pull them together.

When it comes to soft furnishings, create lots of layers and include plenty of details. Mix and match to create the vibe you’re looking for, one that’s unique to you.

In contrast to the minimal geometric patterns, think busy baroque and classic paisley prints with tassels and fringing. A single armchair in your favourite pattern will bring homespun charm to the design.

Our painting and decorating services can help you create the wow factor

Our painting and decorating team has years of experience and can help to create a fresh new environment that’s perfect for you. We can provide guidance and advice on choosing the right paint finish, wallcovering, or digital mural for your home.

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