Many homes feature an accent wall. Not many use black. However, in this, it's "Peppercorn". The black stands out against the light through the window, the white chairs and certainly the light white lead walls.
The woodwork in this room is Pointing from Farrow& Ball. The large Chimney wall. Classic Light White Lead from Little Green. The light off-whites often provide texture and richness of colour to the room.
The wall right of the Chimney wall is wallpapered in an Nobblis black tinted silver paper.
This kitchen was solid oak when I arrived on site to quote.
The client was ready for change, and wanted more light in this small area.
We used Farrow & Ball all white on the units, then on the island we used Fired Earth Filing Cabinet, which gives of a hint of blue.
Farrow & Ball, Ceilings Pointing, walls Cord, feature wall London Stone.
We used a brick subway style tile for splash back.
There is the popular belief that colour on the ceiling makes the room seem smaller. In this master bedroom, that is hardly the case.
The contrasting colours add depth and richness to the room. Note also how the crown moulding really stands out in contrast to the walls and ceiling.
Farrow & Ball Ceilings Orangery Cornice Pointing, Walls Cord. Wood work pointing.
My client wanted a fresh and new look to their kitchen but could ill afford this time to replace their kitchen. In discussions with them we recommended a lower cost option - a ‘paint’ make over to freshen up their tired kitchen. The makeover involved painting the kitchen cabinets, kitchen walls and ceiling. In addition we replaced the counter tops and fitted new stainless steel sockets to match other stainless items in the kitchen. The client was very pleased with the results – getting a new look kitchen – personalised to their choice – all at a much lower cost that a new kitchen.