Oct 26, 2017 7:05 pm
Hi we have an openplan living/meals kitchen area. With a slide doir opening to a alfresco, a 240cm window at lounge side facing north sun, and nex to it a 240cm slide door at dining are and then the kitchen
All our walks is white, floors titanium (greyish) vinyl planks. Kitchen top is quarts (white with grey bits) cupboard is parchment gloss, all appliances is stainless steel. And have a 120cm window (also north facing, same side as lounge window and dinkng slidd doir)
We will have double roller blinds in black for the 2 slide doirs and window in lounge and dark teal for kitchen window. We will have a dark brown/black dining table/chairs and a charcoal grey lounge set.
My question how can i decorate the white wall across from the side that has the black blinds and how can i decirate kitchen ir have it fliw into dinnig / lounge that the teal blind dont look “odd” or out with the all white and the black?
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Dec 22, 2017 2:26 pm
It seems that your entire concept is like monochrome. Thus, I personally would add touches of black to further complement the interior design. It does not have to be solely paint colors but can be in the form of accessories like lamps, frames and so on to fill up the empty wall space.
What seems to be the officer's problem?
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